This is the sixtieth installment in Eric’s series entitled Spiritual lessons from WW2. In this episode he zooms in on a particular interchange of telegrams between Churchill and Stalin in late 1943. Stalin is upset with Churchills phraseology on the matter of Arctic convoys arriving in the winter months of 1943 and subsequently sends a brash, belittling, accusatory, and altogether unpleasant telegram to Churchill. What Churchill does in return is wholly unexpected and unprecedented in the correspondence between world leaders. Churchill’s actions create an amazing picture of the Christian’s response to the Devil’s accusatory voice in our own lives.
Listen to more episodes in Spiritual Lessons from WW2 series!
Looking for past episodes? Get them on iTunes or Stitcher: