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FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE


Born 12 May 1820, died 13 August 1910. On 7 February 1837 – not long before her 17th birthday – something happened that would change her life: "God spoke to me," she wrote, "and called me to His service." Nobody really cares what knowledge Florence Nightingale had about the medical profession. They care what she did for the injured soldiers.


If you spend five hours studying the lexicon of the Bible and never speak to God in that time, what’s the point? If you memorise every iota of Christian theology and don’t apply any of it to your life, where’s the use? If you stand at a street corner and shout about how everyone’s going to hell and never actually connect with anyone, nobody is going to listen to you. Nobody wants to hear about an academic God with an academic threat of an academic hell.

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