How was God a savior to the people of WW2?

How was God a savior to the people of WW2?

(it’d help if I had Christian or Believer’s in Christ’s help on this one)


Answer #1

OK, so The hiding Place was by Corrie ten Boom, wasn’t it? I haven’t read it so you’re going to have to correct me if I’m wrong. This is what I THINK I remember about it:

Corrie was a young girl in a Christian family who hid Jews and/or others at risk from the Nazis. In the book she tells some of the stories of that time, and how God helped them all to carry on in such a dangerous activity.

So, if I’m right, then the answers are going to be along the lines of: God gave some people (Christians and others) a strong enough conscience to see what was wrong with Nazi Germany, and He gave them courage to do something about it. Then there will be stuff about specific examples of how He helped Corrie’s family and the people they were hiding.

I may have just broken rules there - we’re not meant to help with homework. But I just can’t imagine a question like that being set for homework - it sounds more like Sunday School work, which probably doesn’t count. I wonder if I’m right?

Answer #2

He gave them a future that some didn’t get to see, because all things change, sometimes some must suffer for the future of others Genesis 45:3 Joseph said to his brothers, “I am Joseph! Is my father still alive?” His brothers could not answer him because they were dumbfounded before him. 45:4 Joseph said to his brothers, “Come closer to me,” so they came near. Then he said, “I am Joseph your brother, whom you sold into Egypt. 45:5 Now, do not be upset and do not be angry with yourselves because you sold me here, for God sent me ahead of you to preserve life! 45:6 For these past two years there has been famine in the land and for five more years there will be neither plowing nor harvesting. 45:7 God sent me ahead of you to preserve you on the earth and to save your lives by a great deliverance. 45:8 So now, it is not you who sent me here, but God. He has made me an adviser to Pharaoh, lord over all his household, and ruler over all the land of Egypt.

Answer #3

he helped them keep beileving that the war would be over and to take care of their familes and help their kids be strong no matter what went on that is how he helped them.:)

Answer #4

It depends on which people you are asking about. The imprissoned Jews. Unfortunately, the only thing he could do for them was carry them through the storm because they don’t believe their messiah has come. a lot of times people were able escape detection for long periods of time or miraculously escaped altogether.

For Christian soldiers and families in that time, he rescued them sometimes in the same ways, and in other ways he saved them after death.

For soldiers who did not believa as well as families who did not believe, well you could still ask some of them, but other than showing them mercy when they normally would have perished there’s not much I know about them.

Try googling it

Answer #5

He wasn’t. FDR was.

Answer #6

Um, well I would say He helped then just like He helps people today. By Faith.

Answer #7

I read the book Hiding Place. And it was a literature question about the book I am bieing stumped on.

Answer #8

That’s a lit question?

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