Taking flak

“The thirty” were not adverse to taking on lopsided odds.

In fact, those heroics were what made them famous. The exploits they each created fed the fearlessness of the others; they seemingly thrived on attacking the impossible. They were literally “giant-killers.”

But such fierceness isn’t without retribution. Simply reading of their endeavors, you get a sense that they didn’t have much down time; they were continuously being called to duty and continuously being hit by the enemy.

Isn’t that what Jesus hinted at?

Hostility from Hell is a natural extension of aggressively attacking it.

I read a quote by a WWII bomber pilot that stated, “if you’re taking flak, you’re over the target.”

Taking much flak these days?

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