November 11, 2018
It was 1943. The Allied Forces were squeezing the Germans out of North Africa. British armies were infiltrating the German armies from the East. And from the West, a little known American general named Dwight D. Eisenhower lead the Allied forces against the Nazi troops. In May, thousands of German soldiers were killed or captured. These events led to the first great Allied victory of WWII.
Winston Churchill spoke of the attack in North Africa. It was of great importance, but there was far more to do before victory could be achieved. The goal was the complete destruction of the Third Reich. It was not the end. It was not the beginning of the end. It was, perhaps, the end of a new beginning.
This is how I feel about the end this series of the early years of David. It is not the end of the story, but, rather, the end of a long road to a new beginning…
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