Sunday, January 11, 2004
The Packers may have lost but...
You've heard of the battle of Armageddon. It's that big battle at the end of time about which all those books have been written. Armageddon is actually named after another battle at a place called Meggido fought way back in 1000 BC. A burly commander named Sisera brought a massive army that covered the plains with his troops, along with nine hundred iron chariots pulled by fierce horses, against a women named Deborah who led a small ten thousand fighters and no chariots or horses. The packers may have lost, but Deborah and her little army slaughtered Sisera and his chariots at Meggido. Of course this has a much bigger meaning. It means that one day there will be a battle in which evil, no matter how large and terrible, will be defeated. It means that Mao Zedong, Stalin, Hitler, the bully at school, and all other evil in the world will be gone. It means that the scales of justice will be made right. All this from the most unlikely of sources. Like Deborah and her small army, the Church of Jesus Christ may seem insignificant, but with the power of God they will win the battle.
So the Packers may have lost, but there's still hope...
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