Excerpt from A Calm Review of the Measures Employed in the Religious Awakening in Boston, in 1842: Being a Discourse Delivered in Bowdoin Square Church, June 28, 1846
The importance of this last consideration will be seen, if we suppose a religious clerk, apprentice or domestic, observing his master or employer ignorant of his real condition, and trusting to his morality for salva tion, should tell him that he is a sinner, and in danger of eternal damnation!
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