The Religious Side of Queen Victoria

An account of the religious side of Queen Victoria's character has just been written by the Rev. Dr. Alexander MacKennal, a distinguished Congregational minister of Bowden, England, and president of the National Council of the Evangelical Free Churches of Great Britain. Dr. MacKennal's account appeared in The Congregationalist, January 26, and was as follows: —

"A prosperous reign is a sore trial to the integrity of a people; we have not come out of it unscathed. We might have been destroyed by it, but we have had a monarch whose personal character has been a standing witness for virtue and godliness, and whose influence has always been exerted in favor of whatsoever things are true and honorable and pure and holy and of good report.

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