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The Imitation Jewels of the Form of Godliness

Charles Spurgeon
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The form of godliness without the power is not worth the trouble it takes to put it together and keep it together. Imitation jewels are pretty and brilliant, but if you take them to the jeweler he will give you nothing for them. There is a religion that is all paste gems—a godliness that glitters but…
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