A Quote by Neal A. Maxwell on cities, emotion, god, impulses, proverbs, resentment, and selfishness
Submissiveness to God enables us to govern ourselves. . . . Lacking this capacity we vulnerable, like "a city which is broken down, and without walls" (Proverbs 25:28). We are vulnerable if we can be taken by a wave of emotion, invaded by an invidious impulse, roughed up by resentment, or engulfed by a surge of selfishness.
Source: Not My Will, But Thine, page 95, © by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Used by permission.
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