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I can tell you personally

that it is during the times of my life when I have entered intense suffering for whatever reason or problem, sickness or cause, that it is in those times that My Lord and My God is ever more so precious to me. If and when Patriots are picked up at 4AM, God will be with me. He will already know before I know. He will already be where I will be going whether to heaven or a hell-hole here on earth. I will be with Him and He will be with me and He will be My Comfort and my All because He will be all I will have.

We do not know what God does for people in their private suffering.

Here is an example of someone God helped during those years of Hitler Horror:
Arrest and detention
On February 28, 1944, with the help of a Dutch informant, the Nazis learned of the work the ten Booms were doing and arrested the entire ten Boom family at around 12:30 p.m. The family was first sent first to Scheveningen prison where their father died ten days after his arrest. While there, Corrie's sister Nollie, brother Willem, and nephew Peter were all released. Later, Corrie and sister Betsie were sent to the Vught political concentration camp, and finally to the Ravensbrück death camp in Germany. Betsie died there on December 16, 1944. Before she died, she told Corrie, "There is no pit so deep that God's love is not deeper still."[1]

Her teaching focused on the Christian Gospel, with emphasis on forgiveness. In her book Tramp for the Lord (1974), she tells the story of an encounter while she was teaching in Germany in 1947. She was approached by a former Ravensbrück camp guard, who had been known as one of the most cruel. She was reluctant to forgive him, but prayed that she would be able to. Corrie wrote,
"For a long moment we grasped each other's hands, the former guard and the former prisoner. I had never known God's love so intensely as I did then."
She also wrote (in the same passage) that in her post-war experience with other victims of Nazi brutality, it was those who were able to forgive who were best able to rebuild their lives. She appeared on many Christian television programs discussing her ordeal during the Holocaust, and the concepts of forgiveness and God's love. She rejected the doctrine that some asserted, of Pre-Tribulation Rapture, and wrote that it was without Biblical foundation. She believed that such a doctrine left the Christian Church ill-prepared in times of great persecution, such as in China under Mao Zedong. One of Corrie and Betsie's favorite sayings was, 'There is no pit so deep that God is not deeper still'."

Here is a man who has words that are encouraging to me: