Battlefields and Drakkensburg Reflection

It also gave me an understanding that god allowed

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Unformatted text preview: . Not one white settler was killed. This was an overwhelming fact. Standing on ground where brave men died gave me a sense of respect and honor for the fallen. Blood was shed. All I could do was sit there and meditate on the fact that fearless men were willing to risk their lives (on both ends of the battle). It also gave me an understanding that God allowed this to happen. He allowed thousands of men to die, while allowing white settlers to live. Many questions emerged s...
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