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In the spring of 1944, the life of the German novelist Hans Fallada was descending into chaos.

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In my sermon this morning, I suggested that, when Jeremiah heard God’s call to be a prophet, he attempted to duck the call.

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Seventy-three years ago today, a thirty-six-year-old Austrian farmer was beheaded by the Nazis in Brandenburg-Görden prison on the banks of the Havel River in north-eastern Germany.  He left his thirty-year-old wife and four daughters ranging in age from 10 to 3.

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