Thought for the Week
March 3, 2022
Alexander Solzhenitsyn spent part of his life in a Soviet Siberian prison. At one point, he was so weak physically and discouraged mentally that he hoped for death. He even thought that if he stopped at his required hard labor and just leaned on his shovel, the prison guards would kill him. But a Christian working next to him sensing the desperation, leaned over his own shovel and drew a cross at the feet of Solzhenitsyn, erasing it before the guard could see. He would later record that was the moment he was energized. That little reminder of hope was found in Christ. He found the courage t...