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The False Hope of the Form of Godliness

Charles Spurgeon
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To have the form of godliness without the power of it is to lack constancy in your religion. It is a very hot and thirsty day, and you are riding on a camel. Suddenly there rises before you a beautiful scene. Just a little way from you are brooks of water flowing between beds of osiers and banks of reeds…
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