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Let those who seek God rejoice: for He shepherds His people perfectly. His people lacked for nothing as they wandered the wilderness. He allowed none to oppress them. He rebuked kings on their account. For their good and not for their harm, He sent them famine. He sold them as slaves. Their feet were hurt with fetters, their necks put in collars of iron. So worship Him! To you, will He deny no good thing as you walk uprightly before Him. Lord, grant us such, and as we do, let us not doubt your goodness to us in ALL things. Then, in feast and in famine, will we praise your goodness to your people.

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Being then, under the command of God to be holy, not to endeavor always and in all things so to be is to despise God, to reject his sovereign authority over us, and to live in defiance of him. This state, I suppose, there are few who would be willing to be found in. To be constant despisers of God and rebels against his authority is a charge that men are not ready to own.

— John Owen

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