Constantine! What's the connection?
I wonder if today it can be applied to an individual's urge to sin, instead of being a vision for conquering other lands.
Dina - I used the accepted translation, but for what I know it should be 'win' not 'conquer'. In Italian it is vincerai: you will win.Constantine was coming back to Rome against Maxentius, so he had to win a battle, but certainly not to 'conquer' his homeland.It is always better to win minds and souls than to conquer them.
Ah! Your explanation makes it even better. Thank you!
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