Constitution of Iron from William MI was just reflecting on a visit to Madrid where I chose to visit a great history and war museum with rooms filled with “all things conquistador.”  From my youth up, I was fascinated with suits of armor and all things medieval.  It seems only fitting that my first book would have a suit of armor on the cover.

After viewing so many antique suits of armor, I was very tired and made the terrible and much regretted decision to not visit Prado, one of the best art museums in the world.  I was right there and my feet failed me!

In Constitution of Iron, we explored Joseph’s Point B in his life:  “He sent a man before them, even Joseph, who was sold for a servant.  His feet they hurt with fetters, he was laid in chains of iron and his soul entered into the iron; until his word to his cruel brothers came true, the word of the Lord tried and tested him.”  Other translations read:  “They afflicted his feet with fetters; his soul came into irons.”  “Iron hath entered his soul.”  “His soul came into the iron.”  “His neck was put in irons.”

A great man of God wrote a book, Don’t Waste Your Sorrows.  Let me add today, don’t waste your trials.  Run the race with patience until iron has formed into your soul.