The Man Who Saved 669 Children from Death

Hello Peeps!

Sir N WintonToday, I want to post this short inspirational video clip about Sir Nicholas Winton, the British Schindler, who after saving 669 children mostly Jewish from a Nazi death camp on the eve of World War II, he was given the surprise of his lifetime on television by people he least expected.

There are many unsung heroes that have risked their lives for the sake of others and I am reminded of how Jesus Christ did the same for us. Jesus saved us from the consequence of Hell by what He did for us at calvary. That is why, God uses people who have a heart like Jesus to do amazing things just like how he used Sir Nicholas Winton, who sacrificed his safety in order to save others.

Sir Nicholas Winton is someone I believe who epitomizes this Christ-like character as he chose to save 669 children from death during the Nazi Regime at such a great risk. If God can use Sir Nicholas to do the incredible despite the risks involved, then what more say you?


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This video that I’ve posted today is very sobering and makes me look at myself a lot more to acknowledge that as a Christian, I can’t say “I’ve arrived”. Nope…no way… There’s still room for improvement when it comes to developing a sacrificial heart like Jesus Christ. As Christians, may we learn from history, may we learn from God and may we learn to be more like Jesus Christ in our daily affairs so that we don’t become numb to the evils that exist in this world. May we learn to overcome evil by doing good in all that we do, Amen! I pray that this video blesses your spirit today. God Bless You Everybody! 😀

Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.


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