Religion & Spirituality
The enemy of our souls is relentless, and his attacks seem never to cease. It's a weary struggle. How do we win? Or, more appropriately, how do we avoid losing?
2 Kings 6:15-17; 2 Chronicles 32:1-8; Romans 8:29-30; Ephesians 6:10-13
The "Cobra King" crew - 1st Lt. Charles Boggess, Cpl. Milton Dickerman, and Pvts. James G. Murphy, Hubert S. Smith and Harold Hafner -- pose for a celebratory photo in the vicinity of Bastogne, Belgium shortly after the tankers led the armor and infantry column that liberated the city on December 26, 1944. US Army Photo via Wikimedia Commons.
Music: "Patton," by Jerry Goldsmith, performed by The BBC Concert Orchestra, The BBC Concert Orchestra Greatest Hits, Big Eye Music, 2008.
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