Mark Twain Quote

We began to stir against slavery. Hearts grew soft, here, there, and yonder. There was no place in the land where the seeker could not find some small budding sign of pity for the slave. No place in all the land but one—the pulpit. It yielded at last; it always does. It fought a strong and stubborn fight, and then did what it always does, joined the procession—at the tail end. Slavery fell. The slavery text remained; the practice changed, that was all.


Bible Teaching and Religious Practice. - Bible Teaching and Religious Practice (1923)

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We began to stir against slavery. Hearts grew soft, here, there, and yonder. There was no place in the land where the seeker could not find some...

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We began to stir against slavery. Hearts grew soft, here, there, and yonder. There was no place in the land where the seeker could not find some...

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We began to stir against slavery. Hearts grew soft, here, there, and yonder. There was no place in the land where the seeker could not find some...

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We began to stir against slavery. Hearts grew soft, here, there, and yonder. There was no place in the land where the seeker could not find some...