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PRINTED BY JONATHAN PALMER,
London: BELL AND DALDY, 186, Fleet Street.
The Worship of God and
Fellowship among Men.
A SERIES OF
SERMONS ON PUBLIC WORSHIP.
PREACHED AT CHRIST CHURCH, ST. MARYLEBONE.
Frederich Denison. Maurice mind others.
[The Right of Translation is reserved.]
THESE Sermons were not addressed specially to any class. They were, however, suggested by the recent effort to bring the members of the Working Class to our Churches. That effort will surely be attended with infinite blessings, if it leads us to think of the wants which are common to us all. It may produce mischief, if it nourishes the thought that our poorer brethren are in greater danger than we are of becoming heathens and godless, or that there is more than one way of delivering the rich, the poor, the whole land from that danger. A Gospel of God, a Gospel that He is caring for us all, seeking after us all, drawing us to Himself, offering us Communion with Him as the