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Is my God this way? No, they would reply

June 14, 2016



  SWEET were the days, when thou didst lodge with Lot,
  Struggle with Jacob, sit with Gideon,
  Advise with Abraham, when thy power could not
  Encounter Moses strong complaints and moan:
      Thy words were then, Let me alone.

  One might have sought and sound thee presently
  At some fair oak, or bush, or cave, or well:
  Is my God this way? No, they would reply;
  He is to Sinai gone, as we heard tell:
      List, ye may heare great Aarons bell.


The Temple
George Herbert, The Works of George Herbert (London: George Routledge & Co., 1854), 99–100.


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