If it be from a pure conscience (that is, a conscience purified in the blood of Christ), and faith unfeigned, which is the life, or a fruit of it, whereof we are speaking, -- it is glorious and commendable; if from other principles, the Lord abhors it.
Mary's dismay was unfeigned and spontaneous, and her father's irritation grew more pronounced.
Let us instead reach for that 'higher ground' which encompasses unfeigned love liberally garnished with tolerance.
She burst into tears of a gratitude which could perceive was unfeigned because she was unable to utter a word.
She clarified that what's important about sharing the "unfeigned" aspect of a production is to get at the specific powers of the theatrical form—an experience of togetherness in a real time and place—in the service of the story.