With God in Russia Quotes

Walter J. Ciszek
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"I don't just mean that God took care of me. I mean that He called me to, prepared me for, then protected me during those years in Siberia." (Chapter 1, p. 1).

"Nor did they ever practice any religion openly, for this was a Communist camp and religion was the 'opium of the weak.'" (Chapter 1, p. 28).

"At the beginning of any interrogation of this sort, the psychological tension is great. Your body is tense and the palms of your hands begin to sweat a little, as you brace yourself for the unknown questions" (Chapter 2, p. 51).

"When I came to again...Sedov was holding my head and pulling at my eyelids, looking into my eyes. He was staring intently, and his eyes blazed like evil incarnate. That was my impression—of something almost diabolic, certainly inhuman, for his eyes were staring, his hair rumpled" (Chapter 2, p. 77).

"The bullets stopped...

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