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gkrudan76

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Or else perishest thou, though thou hast a thousand holy candles about thee, a hundred ton of holy water, a ship-full of pardons, a cloth-sack full of friars' coats, and all the ceremonies in the world, and all the good works, deservings, and merits of all the men in the world, be they, or were they, never so holy. This is the part from "Parable of the wicked mammon" I just don't understand what this part means?? Please help!

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