Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust - Study Guide Confronting My Anger Summary & Analysis

Immaculée Ilibagiza
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Over the next month the killers returned many times. The women could hear them searching the grounds outside Pastor Murinzi's house, and sometimes even inside the house. The Pastor would visit infrequently, and brought food when he could, which was not often enough. The first month was difficult on their bodies, minds and souls. Despite the conditions, Immaculee had developed an awareness of God. She was actively asking God questions and found that his answers came to her in prayer. The women began to lose weight, but the only sign was that their clothes were suddenly too large. Aside from not eating well, the emotional stress and isolation left them unable to sleep. On one of the Pastor's visits Immaculee had the idea of moving the Pastor's wardrobe in front of the bathroom door. The bulky piece of furniture was roughly...

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