Friday, November 28, 2008

George MacDonald Musings

"We have no right to school ourselves concerning an imaginary duty. When we do not know, then what He lays upon us is not to know, and to be content not to know.
The philosopher lives in the thought of things; the Christian lives in the things themselves.
The philosopher occupies himself with God's decree; the Christian with God's will.
The philosopher with what God may intend; the Christian with what God wants him to do."

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