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Reverend Richards—feeble and finished—
Cried as his exit was lost
On Christians who worshiped the dime;
A change of the times.
Which sentence BEST summarizes this final stanza of the poem?
Reverend Richards is dying and can no longer sustain his church or his followers who sadly cannot worship there any longer.
Reverend Richards must retire because he is old and feeble, and the Christians who attended the church cry over his departure.
Reverend Richards finished crying and got lost trying to find the exit, but the Christians who worshiped with him only had enough change to spare a dime.
Reverend Richards’ ministry at this church is finished because of changing times, but his leaving doesn’t seem to bother his congregation who was more interested in the money from selling the church.