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And it is that same love that drives us to be more than we are. Love beckons us to climb the highest mountain, swim the deepest sea, to get off the couch and make a difference in the world. Love drives us to the ends of the earth to accomplish victory in response to experiencing God and his love for us and for others. Butch was a fighter pilot assigned to the aircraft carrier Lexington in the South Pacific. Each account seems to be a bit different, but the bottom line is that one day while most of the American fighter planes were out on a mission, Japanese squadrons were on their way to attack the Lexington.
Butch was one still on ship some say an crew error had left him low on gas and so he had to return from the mission and another story says there was another pilot, but his guns jammed. Laying aside all thoughts of personal safety, Butch flew to intercept the formation. He dove into the formation of Japanese planes firing his wing-mounted guns until his ammunition was exhausted, then continued to attack them by trying to clip their wings. This 6 minute air-fight brought them so close to the ship that Butch may have even gotten hit by friendly fire from the Lexington. When it was over, he had taken down 3, possibly 5 enemy planes, and another 2 were critically damaged and finished off by others.
The Lexington was critical for operations in the South Pacific. He was the Navy's first Ace of WW II, and the first Naval aviator to win the Medal of Honor, which he accepted with great humility, saying any other flyer would have done the same thing. Later battles earned him a Distinguished Flying Cross and a gold star.
He continued to fly and fight and about a year after the battle I just described, on a mission to intercept enemy bombers, he went down in the Pacific at the age of 29 -- no one knows the cause for sure. Louis was his hometown, but it was the city where he often visited his father that wanted to keep the memory of this hero alive. But it does paint a picture of what God has done again and again in the lives of people all over his world -- transforming people who are entrenched in a different way of life -- or of helping people overcome seemingly impossible backgrounds or circumstances.
The battle continues in each of us each day.
Merciful God, renew this weary world, heal the hurts of all your children, and bring your wholeness and peace through Christ Jesus, the living Lord of life.
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