what became of that old pulpit? I am not an idol worshipper, but that or any other
pulpit must be a sacred thing, for which was preached
from the text "I heard thy voice in the garden and was afraid". . His pronouncedly
spiritual physique and solemn manner emphasised the supernatural awe of the text
Adam's apology, -- not then dissected by a short process of reduction ad absurdam, or
through minute German scholarship
ing experience of of [sic] every listening soul, from the white ineffable eternal God
There was left only a wide, cold planetary space, void of all save sin and its con-
sequences at his close. The stillness and the sobs must have been minlged [sic] proof
of the power and excitment [sic] of his impassioned picture.
Among the few sermons clear as the Sun still in
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