Forgiving Someone Who Has Hurt You

I’ve heard remarkable stories of forgiveness during my life, but none quite moved me like Corrie ten Boom’s, who survived imprisonment in Ravensbrück, a notorious Nazi prison camp. In 1947 (after World War II had ended), she spoke about God’s forgiveness in the basement of a church in Munich, Germany. When her talk was over and everyone headed out, one man made his way in closer to speak with her. She recognized him as a former guard at the concentration camp where she and her sister, Betsie,…

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