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t of disunion, which also threatened to forever divide a united Church. He then proceeded to observe that our country was now contending with one of he most devastating rebellions that ever cursed a nation. He said he would view some of the causes of this crisis.--he would not undertake to consider the political causes. We had, as a nation, by pride and vain boasting. With an our boasting of religions belief there was, verify less real religion in this than in my nation prot to be Christian, in the world. The name of God was profaned the Sabbath was desecrated. Our intellectual men have become refined, religious philosophers. It was no wonder that, in the midst of such a state of things, men sought out methods to avoid the offence of their own actions, and that God's judgments should fall upon us. Corruption had become so common that it was now a matter of course. There were to-day thousands crying to God crying against the practices which have brought all this offering