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Letter: Borrowed lessons

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

If our eyes and ears are still working and our brains aren’t overloaded from what is happening around us, from local to federal actions, I want to share words from the Rev. Peter Marshall’s sermons right after World War II ended. They are lessons that show once again that nothing in life really changes. We simply forget what should be remembered and fail to do what we know is right.

We need to be “warriors of the spirit.”

“The forces of evil are organized on a world scale. They fight against God, against religion, against peace. They seek to promote confusion, to sow suspicion, and to set man against man. All who believe in God, who love America, who cherish our heritage, who seek peace, who are sick of war, and who long for goodness, must fight for these things. They are worth fighting for.”

Do we know how to fight? This battle is ours, the one that begins with yourself in prayer—ask Him what He wants you to do and...

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