Tells the story of a conscientious objector who had to face time in military prison.
After many years of silence it suddenly became important to put pen to paper and record certain events of a time spent in detention.
Accepting a 36 month prison sentence in South Africa during the apartheid era as a conscientious objector not only meant that one immediately became a traitor, but loosing friends and loved-ones was difficult to accept. The time alone helped me as I re-focused my mind on the Kingdom of God, and my prayers began to look ahead to the return of Jesus Christ. I can distinctly recall how I continually wished for the Angels to knock on my cell door to invite me to the marriage feast of the Lamb.
Many years later, one looks back to a time occupied in confinement and apart from the lessons, many of the daily experiences have become unique to Christian living. This may be the reason why I finally decided to share those intimate moments with Christians worldwide.