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The Rev George A. Gordon of Boston conducted the services at Appleton Chapel last evening, and took for the subject of his address the struggle of Christ. He said that we must be careful to separate Christ's struggle from ours, for with him duty and inclination were alike, while with us it is to be found that there is little inclination but a stern sense of duty which prompts us to struggle against wrong. A confession of sin is necessary for our character and a confession of ignorance necessary for the development of our morals.

In conclusion, the speaker said that our struggle against wrong must be continuous but that in the end our several defeats will lead to victory and secure to us the remedial grace of God.

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