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The Way West (1955)

"You know the rules."
" I'm going, short or not, with you or alone."
" I wouldn't be stiff-necked."
" The Lord will provide."
Fairman's man, Hig, interrupted. "While you're gettin' stuff from Him, get me a new pair of pants, will you?" He hitched the worn pair he wore.
Tadlock frowned, as if this was no time for fun. "It's all right to put your trust in the Lord, but trust alone won't pass, not with this company." Tadlock's voice was sharp, as if he was tired of figures and reports and wanted to get the chore finished and be on the way and no arguments about it.
Weatherby's faded eyes argued with Tadlock's black ones. At last he said, "I haven't lived to my sixty-fourth year without learning that the Lord will provide."
The other men were quiet. Summers thought most of them felt kindly toward the preacher but knew at the same time how foolish was his talk.
" Don't you see, Brother Weatherby-" Tadlock spoke now as if to a child, trying to show him reason"we can't allow you to take that chance, for your sake or for ours? I believe in the Lord, too, but I don't believe He approves of recklessness. He wants men to help themselves."
The men nodded to this, they spit and nodded and let their glances run from Weatherby to Tadlock and back.
" I wouldn't be any kind of captain," Tadlock went on, "if I permitted you to go. I would just be inviting trouble."
Weatherby's gaze still was steady on Tadlock's face. "The Lord Jesus said, '0 ye of little faith.' "

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