“Father, if you’re not an elaborate figment of our collective imagination, please grant that I may delight in your will and walk in your ways.
But, if you’re not really there, or you’re a God who doesn’t really care, may my religion be of such a quality that my enjoyment of this life is maximized thereby.”
March 12, 2010
A Great Prayer by a Merry MonkPosted by barryhuffman under Christianity | Tags: prayer, Quoted |
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