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[902e] and small; for even masons say that big stones are not well laid without little stones.

They cannot be.

Let us never suppose that God is inferior to mortal craftsmen who, the better they are, the more accurately and perfectly do they execute their proper tasks, small and great, by one single art,—or that God, who is most wise, and both willing and able to care,

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