‘Fake News’ all the way up to the Pulitzer Prize dominates news headlines, but the overlooked Good News is that what happened 2000 years ago, made way for a war where you get to have a say in the bruising battle where your very soul is the endgame

The War that Matters Most is the One That Seeks Your Soul


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By —— Bio and Archives April 15, 2017

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Imminent War screams at us from Internet headlines.

Bombs dropped in Syria and Afghanistan hold the lion’s share of public attention.

Tortuous guessing games keeping people awake nights pondering whether it will be Russia, China or North Korea getting ready to strike back at the West is taking peace of mind prisoner.

But the war that matters most comes from neither hype nor propaganda.  It is the war as old as the human race, the ongoing war of good versus evil with the human soul being the end prize.

It is not the war that the news media says is imminent about which you should worry, but the war that is already the here and the now.

It is Good Friday of Easter weekend, 2017.

Almost 2000 years ago, darkness descended upon the world between 12 noon and 3 p.m., while our sole Savior died on the Cross giving—not just the generation of His day—but all that came before and would come thereafter a real chance at salvation and eternity through sincere repentance.

Much of the imminent war of the screaming headlines is steadily stoked by that political gamesmanship called propaganda.

There is little if anything average citizens can do about it.

Too many politicians patently ignore the groans of the chattering classes once they attain power through election.

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