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From ‘Worship’ let us take the first half: They who, as worshippers, some mountain climb,5
Or to some temple made with hands repair,
As though the godhead specially dwelt there,
And absence, in Heaven's eye, would be a crime,
Have yet to comprehend this truth sublime:—
The freeman of the Lord no chain can bear—
His soul is free to worship everywhere,
Nor limited to any place or time. . . .
In lieu of Mr. Garrison's metrical apostrophe to “The true Church,” Lib. 11.191; Writings of W. L. G., p. 115. we shall do better to seek a prose definition of that entity in the following profession of faith, which was calculated for private circulation by the friend to whom it was addressed:
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