Why does Moshe say "I have been saved miraculously" in Night by Elie Wiesel?

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Moshe the Beadle was shot in the leg and left for dead when a huge group of Jews were murdered by Nazis in the woods. Moshe manages to finally get away and come back to the nearest villages to try and warn everyone there. They won't listen to him and he tries to get them to understand that he believes he was spared in order to come and warn them of the impending danger.