Sunday School

“It has come upon us,’ he said. ‘I don’t mean the war. I mean our time of judgment, yours and mine…Men choose one side or the other, making the best choice they can with the knowledge they have. Yet they know little, and the turns and twists of war are incalculable. They may fight for a righteous cause and yet at the end of it all have become as evil as their enemies, or they may in error espouse an evil cause and in defense of it grow better than they were before. And so the one war becomes each man’s private war, fought out within his own nature. In the last resort that’s what matters to him, Froniga. In the testing of the times did he win or lose his soul? That’s his judgment.”

—Elizabeth Goudge, The White Witch

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