Maximillian Kolbe Short Story

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Maximillian Kolbe is such a name that can never be forgotten as you recount the horrific account of World War II.
His is the beauty borne out of the horror of World War II.
If anyone else will forget that Franciscan Catholic Priest, Gajowniczek won’t. You too won’t after reading this story that transpired in the Death Concentration Camp of Auschwitz in 1941.
Under the German Nazi, escaping the Death Camp was followed by gruesome feedback. If the escapees were caught, they will be chopped into pieces or subjected to other severe kind of death alongside anyone that was aware of the escape plan.
If the escapees succeeded, ten other prisoners were selected at random to die in place of the prisoners that escaped. They were
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The Sultan decided to send his men to ask Hattim for his most prized possession, a precious stallion known throughout the land, to see if the Arabian pastor was as generous as people said. The stallion, named Duldul, was the finest horse in all of Arabia. He had been raised with Hattim’s children, and had shared in all the joys and sorrows of Hattim’s household. The horse was so loved that he had never known the touch of a whip or heard an unkind word. Well, the Sultan’s men got lost along the way in a great storm, and when they arrived, they were half-starved and almost dead. They were surprised to see only three small tents, and no herds of animals, although Hattim met them on his beloved steed, Duldul. The Sultan’s men saw plainly that the Arabian was not expecting guests, yet he greeted them with warmth and great hospitality. Seeing his guests in such pitiful condition, the Arabian declared that he would prepare a…show more content…
The Lord seems to want to address you directly. He wants to release certain instructions, that I am hoping you will adhere, and not allow arrogance and pride prevent you from tapping from this eternal principle of storing for yourself eternal treasures. I do not know and in fact, I do not want to know, what you think you are doing or enjoying by accumulating riches and not sharing with others. I want to hope that the Lord would directly convince you by His word. Please read with me 1 Tim. 6:17-19(TLB) with an open mind and a teachable spirit.
“Tell those who are rich not to be proud and not to trust in their money, which will soon be gone, but their pride and trust should be in the Living God who always richly gives us all we need for our enjoyment.
18 Tell them to use their money to do good. They should be rich in good works andshould give happily to those in need, always being ready to share with others whatever God has given them.
19 By doing this they will be storing up real treasure for themselves in Heaven – it is

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