October 8, 1997
Lady Diana was a fairytale princess and an icon—but we unwittingly replace truth with make-believe if we think tales like hers always have happy endings. Diana’s death, Alistair Begg explains, challenges us with reality. She demonstrated the impact of a single life and genuine kindness. Yet fame and status are ultimately empty, and hopelessness marks a godless life. When we turn to Christ for salvation, we will make sense of the death of a princess and our own lives.
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