When German bombers attacked Coventry, England, in November of 1940 during World War II, more than 500 people were killed, the city was devastated, and Coventry Cathedral was completely destroyed. The day after the attack, the leading minister at Coventry Cathedral wrote on a wall behind the altar, in the ruins of the cathedral, the words "Father forgive." Join John Bradshaw on location in Coventry, England, and discover humanity's call to forgive and God's willingness to forgive those who ask.
Do we really think that fighting wars improves anyone's life?Very moving. Destruction is inevitable when mankind turns away from Gods wisdom.