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The Way West (1955)

for faltering. Let the Lord give fire to his words so that the wicked could see the living light.
He was thankful, as he read in the stars the proof of the divine power and omnipresence, that his God that the true God-was not distant and unapproach able, to be propitiated by a Romanish counting of beads, to be communicated with through the dubious intermediaries that Daugherty professed to believe in. God was close and attentive, ever ready to hear the prayers of the penitent. If the good man searched in his heart he felt Him there.
To Weatherby's right, off the line of travel from camp to dance, a figure moved and stopped, almost as if to avoid the meeting, and Weatherby halted and called out, "Who is it?"
" Mack," the figure answered, walking up. "Good evening, Brother Weatherby."
" Good evening."
" Been watching the dances?"
" I find them offensive."
" Doesn't the Lord approve?"
" You joke about God!"
" No. I only wonder."
" Have faith. It is the answer to doubts."
" But not to living." The words and the tone of them added to Weatherby's depression.
" We must believe that it is."
" No matter what?"
" No matter what. We cannot always understand God, for His greatness is beyond understanding."
" I was taught that, back in the Methodist Church."
" I didn't know you are a Methodist."
" Was."

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