Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - THIS IS a "blood, sweat and tears" talk with our readers - with apologies to the late Sir Winston Churchill. At Britain's darkest hour of World War II, Prime Minister Churchill's "blood, sweat and tears" speech saved the nation. It struck through to the hearts of the British people. It moved their emotions. Like an electric shock it gave them hope. It stirred their determination, aroused a willingness to suffer any sacrifice or privation, that their country might survive. Today, as surely as Britain faced the question of survival then, all humanity faces the question of SURVIVAL now the survival of the human race! We don't like to think about it. We shrink from facing up to the existing facts. I know that well! But there is a story to be told about that, and I propose to tell it now.
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