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Excerpt from True Servants of God: Or, Stories of the Saints
Then the devil, speaking from within the statue, answered: I am not God; there is but one God; He whom you preach. We fell from heaven and deceive men through hatred of God.
Then cried S. George: How dare you stay here when I, who worship the true God, am present?
As he spoke a dreadful wailing seemed to come from every statue in that heathen tem ple, and, falling to the ground, they were dashed in pieces. The tumult was great then, and the angry people demanded the life of the Saint. Away with him They cried.
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