The Dark Side of Greatness by Charles R. Swindoll Genesis 39:19–21; 41:50–52; 45:4–8; Proverbs 18:12; 1 Peter 1:3–9 “There lies the most perfect ruler of men the world has ever seen . . . [and] now he belongs to the ages.” Of whom was this said? One of the Caesars? No. Napoleon? No. Alexander the Great? No. Eisenhower? Patton? MacArthur . . . or some earlier military strategist like Grant or Lee or Pershing? No, none of the above. How about Rockne or Lombardi? No. Or Luther? Calvin? Knox? Wesley? Spurgeon? Again, the answer is no. Well, it was no doubt said of a great leader, a powerful and persuasive personality,Read More →