“I would hate to think there were no miracles, especially at a time like this, when they are most needed. You are a great man Serge, but faith in yourself can’t produce a miracle.”
“Miracle? Where is God with His miracles in all of this? Oh I believe He’s there but He’s ignoring us, surely. I have it worse than an atheist. I have been disappointed by my God.”
Luc looked at Serge, filled with a heavy heart. He saw that more than anything this man needed hope.
“Serge, there are miracles around us all the time.”
“I’ve never seen a man walk on water.”
Luc was thoughtful.
“I think Serge that the actual walking is not what’s important in the story. What is important is that in ordinary circumstances, Peter, an ordinary man, was able to do something extraordinary because of his faith. It was only when he doubted that he began to sink. The same is true for us. I am an ordinary man. I hope to be enabled to do something extraordinary, to save us all from this evil beast of the Nazis.”
Luc’s words hung in the silence of the room.
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