I would seek to God, and to God would I commit my cause:…
Zachary Macaulay and Wilberforce, the friends of slaves, lived near to each other and were great friends. The latter had such a high opinion of the learning of the former that when he wanted information about any matter he would cry jokingly, "Come, let us look it out in Macaulay." To compare small things with great, this is just what we ought to do when in a moral difficulty. "Come," we should say, "let us look it out in Christ: what would He wish us to say or do in this matter?" It is chiefly because the Bible tells us the mind of God as revealed in Jesus Christ that it is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path.
Parallel VersesKJV: I would seek unto God, and unto God would I commit my cause: