Holy, holy” seraphs’ cry
and call to all who hear
Cover feet and face before
the one whom all must fear …
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How long is the gap between an argument and making up?
The stronger your desire for something to be true, the greater your risk of being deceived.
The ultimate, infallible arbiter of truth is, of course, God. Our society has rejected him, but as much as they hate him, they can’t help replacing him. Even if it’s with some unknown 25-year-old computer science major armed with Wikipedia.
When you ask God for guidance, are you seeking his heart? Or just asking him to show you which option will have the most desirable outcome?