However essential our work may or may not feel, as an act of faith, we must offer every bit of it to God.

The year was 1939. Hitler had just invaded Poland, with ambitions of world domination. Soon after, Great Britain and France declared war on Germany. Europe quaked. With memories of the first great war that killed 21 million men, and left another 20 million wounded, people wondered, what fresh horrors would this new war bring? In the shadows of that dark night, an Oxford don delivered a sermon t

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