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The Rob Skinner Podcast: Helping You Make This Life Count

Nov 18, 2020

Don’t listen to the voice of cowardice and fear.  During the battle of Bull Run at the beginning of the Civil war, Southern General Thomas Jackson rode his horse up and down the front lines of the fight encouraging his men.  When the Union soldiers attacked, he waited, fully exposed, as the soldiers drew near.  His men looked up and shouted to one another, “There he is!  Standing like a stone wall!”  His courage in the face of withering fire and a bayonet charge gave his men the courage to stand and win that early battle.  From that moment to the present, he has been known as “Stonewall Jackson.”