Fausses infidélités, Les (French Edition)

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Support Forums Stats. Cannot those words of bitter irony, with which the Psalmist speaks of idols, be applied to such minds? These words convey a true though humiliating picture of those pitiful characters whom false shame enslaves. They have ears, but will not hear; they have tongues, but will not speak, except to approve of that which is approved of by those around them; they have eyes, yet do not see the meanness and servility of their own conduct.

Did they possess the dignity of character and nobility of sentiment which true religion bestows, which raise man in his own esteem, they could not fall into such a state of debasement and error. Eh quoi! And can you, Israelites! Instead of proudly confessing your belief openly, as befits the nation of priests, will you betray, renounce your God, to crouch before the idols of the world?

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False shame in matters of religion leads to infidelity; and then reason is sacrificed, and truth deserted, for the vulgar pomp and worldly advantages of error and apostasy. Thus does false shame in religion become more fatal than were the persecutions of the tyrants of past times, who only tormented the body, while the former corrupts and degrades the soul. But, after all, the world really holds such characters in the lowest estimation. They are degraded in the eyes of the very individuals whom they wish to please, and thus fail utterly in their unworthy object.

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Que sont et que peuvent les hommes pour nous? Let us therefore free ourselves from such a bondage, and throw off the yoke which the opinion of others imposes on us. What can man do for or against us? When, one day, we shall appear before God, can man shield us from His justice?

Let us, then, burst the chains which bind us to worldliness and pleasure, and bear a free and full testimony to the truth. Our fathers did so at the expense of their earthly happiness, our martyrs sealed it with their blood, and we ourselves can readily bear up against sarcasm and ridicule, when it is in the cause of duty and of God.

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