Thy Will Be Done

“For every action of his, man must ask himself, “What I am doing pleases me, but does it also please God?” and must examine whether it is pleasing to God. If we forget to do this, then we also forget God. That’s why in the old days they used to say: “For God’s sake!”…Or else people would say: “God willing,” or “If God permits it.” People felt the presence of God everywhere, they kept God constantly before them and they were careful. They actually lived what the Psalm says: ‘I have set the Lord always before me…’”

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