Just as soon as we turn toward Him with loving confidence, and say, “Thy will be done,” whatever chills or cripples or enslaves our spirits, clogs their powers, or hinders their development, melts away in the sunshine of His sympathy. … He does not free us from the pain, but from its power to dull the sensibilities; not from the poverty and care, but from their tendency to narrow and harden; not from calumny, but from the maddening poison of its sting; not from disappointment, but from the hopelessness and bitterness of thought which it so often engenders.
-William W. Kinsley
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