It is obvious that one could not dwell much on the power of the life-principle without coming sooner or later to the thought of God. As already hinted, I did not come to it at once, because my conception of God made Him of so little use to me.
And yet, in popular phraseology, I had “served” God all my life. That is, brought up in an atmosphere in which the Church was a divinely instituted system for utilizing God, I served the system, without getting much beyond the surface plane of what were technically known as “services”. When the trial came, such services offered me an anodyne, but not a cure.
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