C. S. Lewis quote about God from Mere Christianity (1952) - Nobody can always have devout feelings: and even if we could, feelings are not what God principally cares about.
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Nobody can always have devout feelings: and even if we could, feelings are not what God principally cares about.

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1952
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Adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between 1942 and 1944
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C. S. Lewis quote about God from Mere Christianity (1952) - Nobody can always have devout feelings: and even if we could, feelings are not what God principally cares about.
C. S. Lewis quote about God from Mere Christianity (1952) - Nobody can always have devout feelings: and even if we could, feelings are not what God principally cares about.
C. S. Lewis quote about God from Mere Christianity (1952) - Nobody can always have devout feelings: and even if we could, feelings are not what God principally cares about.
C. S. Lewis quote about God from Mere Christianity (1952) - Nobody can always have devout feelings: and even if we could, feelings are not what God principally cares about.