Bitterness | Hate | Love | Repentance | Salvation | Success

A young soldier was going off to fight in World War II against the Japanese. As his father put him on the train and waved goodbye, he turned with bitter tears and said, “If my son is killed, I hope every ‘Jap’ in the world is killed!” Yet the fact that the father was a Christian made it difficult to feel that way in reality. He had a fierce struggle with himself and finally realized that it was not Christian to hate, whether his son lived or died. He declared rather, “I will not hate. I refuse to be destroyed by hate!” A year later the son was killed. Soon life insurance money arrived. The father did not really need the $10,000 so he sent it to the Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board and designated it for missions to the Japanese. How could the father do that? Only by the miracle of Calvary. Only God can change bitterness and hate into…

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