You can’t help feeling stronger when you look at a place where you won a glorious victory not to mention a kingdom, hundreds of years ago. Peter and Edmund were soon so busy talking about the battle that they forgot their sore feet and the heavy drag of their mail shirts on their shoulders. The Dwarf was interested too.
Believers should all recognize this feeling because our lives are full of victories and defeats that are hundreds, even thousands, of years old. This passage from Lewis’ Prince Caspian (chapter 10) reminded me of some concepts from this passage:
Those who celebrate Pesach are not spectators, they are participants. “It is I who came forth out of Egypt,” says Rabbi Gamaliel.