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Profaneness to the church was supposed to be guarded against by stretching a curtain before the altar at some little distance.
It would, I am persuaded, be no recreation to you to be in a party which should be disgraced by obscenity or profaneness.
Jeremiah says expressly, that from the prophets profaneness had gone out over the whole land.
And how much profaneness, or abuse of others, is in many of your stage-plays!
Atheism, profaneness, unholiness, which are the defiance of God and all his armies.
Is it to profaneness or dislike of a holy life, that your company tempt you?
The profaneness of the titles mentioned above must at once be evident to every reverent, considerate mind.
SECRET SOCIETIESDAVID MACDILL, JONATHAN BLANCHARD, AND EDWARD BEECHER
People have entirely left off the sin of profaneness; and, as to intemperance, there is very little of that.'
There is something very much nobler here than in Esau's profaneness.
It is stated that Bishop Morton condemned the profaneness of the company who had disturbed the service at the church.
OLD CHURCH LOREWILLIAM ANDREWS

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