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October 21, 2012


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Tom Bailey

This is what I like about George MacDonald. He always says something unique, or at least says it in a new way. He wrote a poem called "The Disciple" that ends in a unique way:

Lord, thou hast much to make me yet--
A feeble infant still:
Thy thoughts, Lord, in my bosom sets,
Fulfill me of thy will,

Even of thy truth, both in and out,
That so I question free:
The man that feareth, Lord, to doubt
In that fear doubteth thee.

(Have you herd of the poet/minister/Welshman
RS Thomas? He says amazing things about doubt from a personal perspective.


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