Many people are familiar with Jesus' Last Supper, but few know that it was on that occasion that Jesus made a new covenant or promise with his apostles telling them that they would be among the first members of a group of 144,000 that would be co-rulers with him in God's Kingdom.
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Waltraud Kusserow, a Jehovah's Witness, was arrested several times for refusing to make the "Heil Hitler" salute. She spent two and a half years in prison. Germany, after 1945. Interesting face some may not know: Saying Heil Hitler was the same thing as telling the world that he was YOUR SAVIOR.
Alma Rosé was an Austrian violinist of Jewish descent. Her uncle was the composer Gustav Mahler. Alma Rosé was deported by the Nazis to the infamous concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau. There she directed an orchestra of terrified prisoners who played to their captors in order that they should stay alive. Alma Rosé died in the concentration camp, probably of food poisoning. Rosé's experience in Auschwitz is depicted in the controversial play "Playing for Time" by Arthur Miller.