Krakow, Poland

Today I saw the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration-extermination camp network for the first time.

An estimated 1.3 million people were sent to this camp. At least 1.1 million were murdered here. One in every 6 of the 6 million Jews who were murdered in the camps died here.

I have no words adequate to describe the place, nor my thoughts. And I really don’t want to talk about it tonight. But here is a short observation.

On the part of the victims—unimaginable horror. Without respite.

On the part of the perpetrators—unimaginable evil. Without pause.

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  1. Joanna Robins on June 21, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    Yes, amen, I agree with this way to put it. I am Polish and also the WWP, but I still live in this country and I can see that this evil has not left this nation yet. The descendants of the people responsible for these atrocities are around and they take their curse for shedding the innocent blood on people like me – born-again Christians, devoted to God. Neither of them have repented for what they have done – they are psychopaths and they blame people like me for what they have done to us even though we have not done anything. My family was involved in fighting against Hitler and then in the opposition movement against communism. We have family members killed either in the guerilla movement or killed by Hitler officers just like that, we have suffered undescribable persecutions under the communist regime (also my Grandpa was a U.S. citizen born in Texas, back to Poland by mistake). It is not fair that I should be a scapegoat of the descendants of those who committed adultery with Hitler and then the communists. Praying that the Lord delivers me from this prison and hell! Praying that the Lord shows me the way out into His destiny!

    • Jan Wurtz on July 3, 2018 at 11:01 am

      Dear Joan,
      Thank you for sharing your story. Keep watching and listening to Billye about taking your authority and you will grow in it. As you take your authority you will find more and more peace. Blessings Jan

      • Joanna Robins on July 5, 2018 at 6:30 pm

        Amen Jan, I will! Thanks for getting back to me with this encouraging word.
        I appreciate it so much.

        Joanna Robins

  2. Patricia vanderMerwe on September 21, 2018 at 10:51 am

    I just found this blog post and would like to add my encouragement and blessings to you Joanna and others who are experiencing the same pain. My Grandparents came to America from Krakow, Poland and I still have relatives there. My mother visited Krakow more than 50 years ago to see family she never met. It changed her life forever. We in America have no right to ever complain.

    Although we never experienced the atrocities personally, I understand members of my family in Poland were in the camps.

    I will add you Joanna to my prayer list.


    Pat vanderMerwe

    Corcoran, Minnesota USA

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