Scripture: Romans 12:21
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Author: Albert Einstein / Mitchell Dillon
“The wold is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.”
Albert Einstein played a strategic role in a time when evil seemed to have an upper hand in the world. Communism and Fascism marched across much of Europe, while the rest of the world was left to choose how to respond.
The same struggle continues today. By God’s design, there has always been enough evil in the world to test those who were good, and there has always been enough good in the world to overcome those who were evil.
So, the question is this: will those who love good do what is in their power to do to overcome evil? God has never placed the fate of the world in the hands of evil men, but in the hands of those who can and must do something to stop them.
“Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good’ (Romans 12:21).
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