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September 15, 2010



How can one be patient with God?

The Divine Reality is either overwhelmingly obvious or is not at all.

In the Grace converted feeling-heart there is no doubt of The Divine Reality.

I would suggest that the title of his book Patience With God could very well be titled Waiting for God(ot).

As such it is another example of the doubt-mind upon which all of modern "theology" is constructed.

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