Saturday, January 22, 2011

The man or woman who would be strong

One with Origin, strength inexhaustible; apart from Origin, weakness itself

The man has begun to be strong who knows that, separated from life essential, he is weakness itself, that, one with his origin, he will be of strength inexhaustible.


To know God as the beginning and end, the root and cause, the giver, the enabler, the love and joy and perfect good, the present one existence in all things and degrees and conditions, is life; and faith, in its simplest, truest, mightiest form is – to do his will.


George MacDonald, “Foot-Faring,” Donal Grant, 2 & 6-7.

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