The Book of Privy Counseling o

The Book of Privy Counseling - But one who does not dare abandon himself to God and criticizes others who do manifests an inner emptiness. For either the evil one has robbed his heart of the loving confidence he owes to God and the spirit of good will he owes to his fellow Christians, or else he is not yet sufficiently steeped in gentleness and truth to be a real contemplative. mythoughts, David Reese, Thoughts of God, thoguhtsofgod

The Book of Privy Counseling – But one who does not dare abandon himself to God and criticizes others who do manifests an inner emptiness. For either the evil one has robbed his heart of the loving confidence he owes to God and the spirit of good will he owes to his fellow Christians, or else he is not yet sufficiently steeped in gentleness and truth to be a real contemplative. mythoughts, David Reese, Thoughts of God, thoguhtsofgod

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