A sermon by Edward Hitchcock in which Hitchcock discusses the idea that Christ can see man's true nature and motivation even when his outward persona is one of virtue, noting that there is hypocrisy within many Christians. Revelations 2:23 is quoted. Hitchcock has noted on the first page the dates and locations where he delivered this sermon as well as Bible chapters and hymns related to the sermon.
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