‘The Doctrine of Despair’ (2018)

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I have to admit that my car accident the other day has made a dent on my morale. And some of the things I’ve been hearing! “This six-foot-five guy comes in here and wants to try on a dress…” Stuff like that.

The Doctrine of Despair

Well, nothing worthwhile has ever been accomplished by anyone who just gave up. We have a King of kings to serve, we have to keep working. We are down here on the threshing floor and we don’t always see clearly; but God does. It’s not like He’s asking us to take over management of the Allied war effort in 1940, with France in ruins and Britain on the run; He had Winston Churchill for that.

We have our own battles to fight, and we must fight them, trusting in God.

One comment on “‘The Doctrine of Despair’ (2018)”

  1. “Those things were accomplished by very small minorities working fanatically, tirelessly, single-mindedly to get what they wanted. They weren’t more intelligent than us; they just worked harder.”

    Just imagine what would happen if just half of the Christians worked as hard as those evil folks. Because God is with us, we could produce a place similar, as found in the 2015 American science fiction film “Tomorrowland,” a movie I really liked. Yeah, just imagine, if Christ ruled the hearts of most of the worlds population and nations.

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