The Cost of Doing the Right Thing
587BC was a time of national crisis for the Jewish people generally and the inhabitants of Jerusalem in particular. But as is often the case, a time of national crisis becomes a moment of individual personal crisis. So it was in Jerusalem for three men - a prophet, a king and a eunuch. All three faced the same fears. Two chose to do the right thing. The third failed. Why?
Why, when faced with the cost of doing the right thing, do we sometimes hold back? What can give us the courage not to fail in our moment of moral crisis?
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