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Excerpt from Cumorah's Southern Cross, Vol. 5: May, 1931
That is the way it is with most things. Of life. We enjoy them not because we understand them, nor because they al ways seem reasonable to us, but because we have learned to follow the instruo tions of them, who do understand. To take another example, how many people who drive automobiles can explain their mechanics? Perhaps half the drivers cannot. They have merely learned that by turmng a switch and pressing a star ter, the motor will begin running. Then if the clutch is pushed in, and the gears. Properly meshed, and the clutch let out again, the machine will move forward. Thus most of us drive automobiles many of us in complete ignorance of their mechanics. Merely because we have learned that by doing precisely as the makers instructed, we are transported in comfort. It makes no difference what. We think of the instructions, we fail if we do not comply with them. To turn. On the switch before pushing the starter, may seem silly to us. We may reason with ourselves. That coal oil is as good a fuel as gasoline. Our desires may prompt us to adjust the gears without putting in the clutch. In spite of all our reasoning, we must eventually come to 'an under standing. That the plan outlined by him' who created the machine, should be followed to get the best results.
Religion is. A lot like that. Though men and woman on every hand are willing to' accept unexplainable conclusions and blindly follow instructions regarding many of the most commonplace things of life, we hear them constantly saying that they cannot accept the fact that there is a God because they cannot see him nor prove His existence. We hear. Them contend that God's existence cannot be.
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bound: 22 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 20, 2017)
isbn: 0259880493, 978-0259880493,
weight: 1.6 ounces (