Hypocrites

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"What does the world, told a truth,
         but lie the more"

			-Browning

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The Gates of Truth

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   The congregation of a
modern church after a ser-
mon on 'Hypocrisy'

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  The text of my sermon this
   morning is taken from the
twenty-third chapter of Matthew,
      twenty-eighth verse.

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"Even so, ye outwardly appear 
righteous unto men, but within
  ye are full of hypocrisy
        and iniquity."

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"Woe unto ye scribes and Pharisees,
 hypocrites, because ye build the
tombs of the prophets, and garnish 
 the sepulchres of the righteous."

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"Great sermon this morning"

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"Ask for his resignation but keep
        my name out of it"

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"Leave the gold and come on"

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The broad road or the
     narrow way?

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"I need your hand"

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Truth is ever elusive

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"Since my people will not come 
  to you, come to my people"

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Gabriel the Ascetic
     A Legend

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    With prayer and fasting
he reverently formed his idea 
of Truth

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"Find out what he works on
        so steadily"

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   When it was perfected Gabriel
asked permission to present Truth
to the people

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"Let us see this work of art!"

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The people gathered as on 
       a fete day

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The Abbott himself deigned
    to unveil the gift

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The people are shocked by the 
     nakedness of truth

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Truth departs from the people

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The robe of mourning
   envelopes her

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Truth holds her mirror 
    up to politics

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Society

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"Truth is welcome if clothed 
       in our ideas"

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Love

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The mote in the eye

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Modesty

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