With Closed Eyes

"It is the proof of our obedience when we are not wise in our own eyes but commit ourselves entirely to the Lord. Whenever, therefore, he requires anything of us, we must not be so concerned about success as to allow fear and anxiety to hinder our course. For it is better, with closed eyes, to follow God as our guide than, by relying on our own prudence, to wander through those circuitous paths." -John Calvin, Genesis

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