Apparently one of the favourite sayings of Captain Sir Tom Moore during his long life was: “We can get through this, and tomorrow will be a better day!”
Reminds me of that other turn-
It’s all very human and, in a limited way, can happen sometimes. But down through time it proves to be yet another false concept. The idea that we all improved from Mesolithic slime, to cavemen, to today’s highly sophisticated man about town is sheer lunacy.
The real history of mankind is that we have descended not from apes but from the high point of the Garden of Eden. It’s been downhill ever since.
Oh, there is progress. Science has gone from strength to strength. Still over half of all the scientists who have ever lived are alive today. We have evidence in the Covid-
“Trust no man” is still the Bible’s advice, and it remains good advice. But it becomes very difficult. Christians are by nature often very trustworthy of others, and that can lead them down all sorts of dead ends. And that can, I regret to say, also lead us to question even our great God. Can we really trust Him? I suspect that Jesus had this in mind when he opined that when he returns (Maranatha!) will he really find faith on earth? That has to be an indictment on today’s Christians, who are supposed to be people of faith, who live by faith, where faith comes first. And that by itself can cause some who state in no uncertain terms that, no, they will not have the Covid-
In the world tomorrow, I think that that’s one of the qualities God wants from mankind—our ability to think through a problem and then to solve it. Of course, as Spirit-