GOD, THE ONLY INTELLIGENCE

Does it not seem idle to speak of looking to God for aid when one does not know where or what God is? It is equally vain to try to act intelligently without knowing anything of the nature or source of intelligence.

If the most erudite man in the land were asked, "Do you make intelligence and store it up?" he might well answer: "No, not a grain of it. But I use intelligence."

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