“...we can be faithful in the moment, even when we don’t know the future, the outcome, our success or failure or even how to gauge those things”

Reflections on our times and C.S. Lewis' “Learning in Wartime.” ..."The death of our illusions, then, isn’t meant to paralyze us but to re-shape us into the people who know how to weep and how to groan and how to point to a different sort of kingdom. As he said: 'If we looked for something that would turn the present world from a place of pilgrimage into a permanent city satisfying the soul of man, we are disillusioned, and not a moment too soon.'" - Russel Moore

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