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William Pitt was one England’s great prime ministers and a great intellect. He was a friend of William Wilberforce, who was a great proponent of abolition because of his Christian convictions. Pitt was a nominal Christian, as most were in his day, but Christianity did not mean much to him. Wilberforce invited Pitt to hear the great preacher, Richard Cecil. After many excuses, Pitt finally agreed to go. Cecil was at his best, and Wilberforce was uplifted as never before; he was glorifying God and praying for his friend Pitt. When the service ended and they were going out together, William Pitt turned to his friend Wilberforce and said, "You know, Wilberforce, I have not the slightest idea what that man was talking about."

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