“No Trap is so Deadly as the One You Set for Yourself” (William Manchester, The Last Lion)

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2Co 11:4 For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus than the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit from the one you received, or if you accept a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough.

Listen to the following quotes and see if you can guess who their subject is:

“The central fact today is that he does not want war and is prepared to renounce it as a method of settling disputes with his neighbors”

“He seeks our friendship. If we fail him, he will turn elsewhere and we shall be sorry to have refused him.”

“He is the greatest living [citizen of his nation] and I told him that to his face.”

“He is a born leader, a magnetic, dynamic personality with a single-minded purpose…to keep the peace.”

“With this man at the helm, [his country] will…

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One Response to “No Trap is so Deadly as the One You Set for Yourself” (William Manchester, The Last Lion)

  1. Bruce says:

    History teaches us that we don’t learn from history. But what is even more sad is that we exclude ourselves as the cause because we become blind to our own blindness. We’re a long way down that road again. Blessings!

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