More - PR3605 .M6 M5 1820

HIGH PROFESSION AND NEGLIGENT PRACTICE.- rrnERE has seldom been a period Vial which there was more talk of religion, - than that in which we live ; and we are disposed to believe, that the abundance of the heart in this instance produces its usual effect upon the lips. But it Inust also be observed, that, in an age of much vital religion, as it must 'be ac- knowledged this is, there will naturally be not a little 'false profession; or, at best, in many-professors, more external -how than inward piety -a religion that sometimes more distinguished by pen cutiar phrases, and hot-contention about opinions, than by much devotedness of heart and life.