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The Way West (1955)

Weatherby shook his head, sorrow deep in him, and the sense of inadequacy, and irritation at this rejection of the eternal truth. "Have faith. Sorrow, difficulties, temptations-they are only to test us."
Mack laughed a short, mirthless laugh. "Everything bad is our fault; everything good we owe to God."
" You talk like a deist."
" A light word for me."
Weatherby was too tired to argue, too down in spirit to answer as he should. He said, "You will come back to Methodism. I pray it will be so."
" You'd better pray for all the train, Brother Weatherby. They tell me the country ahead swarms so with buffalo that even travel by company is risky. There'll be Indians, too."
" I always pray for all, but I will pray especially for you. You will come back."
" Once a believer always a believer," Mack said. "Or once a believer never a successful unbeliever. Maybe you're right."
" Good evening, Mack."
In his tent Weatherby said another prayer. "I put myself in Thy hands, O God. Give me the strength and wisdom to do Thy bidding, I pray Thee. Help me with the sinners and the savages and the doubters like Brother Mack that they may see the greatness of Thy works and fall down and worship Thee. Let me remember that all is right that the Lord doeth. And bless our little train, I pray Thee, and see us safely on to Oregon. Amen."
Through the soft and breathing night there came to his ears the beat of drums for the dog dance.

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