We have all heard of the suffering in the German prison camps during World War II and the stories of the atrocities carried out. It is difficult to imagine the Lord at work during this time. But when going through the clothing of one of the children who was kept at the Ravensbruck concentration camp, a note was found scribbled on a piece of scrap paper:

“O Lord, remember not only the men and woman of good will, but also those of ill will. But do not remember all of the suffering they have inflicted upon us: Instead remember the fruits we have borne because of this suffering, our fellowship, our loyalty to one another, our humility, our courage, our generosity, the greatness of heart that has grown from this trouble. When our persecutors come to be judged by you, let all of these fruits that we have borne be their forgiveness.” (Please Share this story) #forgiveness

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