Keep your powder dry
Posted by Peter Wells on March 12, 2007
Was interested in your description of the origin of the phrase "Keep your powder dry" and the fact that Cromwell used it in one of his speeches exhorting his troops to great things. I would like to suggest that more than the fact that it "...was seen only as an additional insurance..." it was also seen as beneficial to have a "foot in both camps". Faith in God in those days was immense but I don't think it hurt to back up the spiritual with a bit of secular good management.
Keep up the good work.
- Keep your powder dry Baceseras 15/March/07