F.V. Mildred

Heart Cry

In the words of Thomas Carlyle, "Prayer is and remains always the native and deepest impulse of the soul of man." This instinct of prayer is universal, and idolatry is a proof of it. Among the most depraved tribes and savage peoples are found idols to which prayers and sacrifices are offered. The instinct of prayer is thus expressed in ways that allow how far man has wandered from the primeval knowledge of God, but the instinct is undeniably there. What the fin ...
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