In 1947, Corrie ten Boom, a Dutch survivor of the Nazi concentration camp in Ravensbrück, Germany, gave a talk at a church in Munich about forgiveness and mercy.
After she spoke, a former prison guard from the camp came up to her, extended his hand, and asked her to forgive him. He didn’t remember...
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