Sunday, April 7, 2013


        Please forgive my absent mindedness. (It's an age thing.)
Today is the beginning of Holocaust remembrance Week, so I've included a Holocaust poem below.
      Also for those living in or near the area, today, Holocaust survivor Peter Loth (who was born in a concentration camp) will be speaking @ Congregation Beth Hallel, A Messianic Jewish Synagogue, 950 Pine Grove Road in Roswell, Ga @ 2 P.M. & 7 P.M. 
       We also invite you to visit our Holocaust Memorial, open 10 P.M. to 5 P.M. through April 13th. It is
 put up every 2 years and is one of, if not the largest display in the Southeast.


The Holocaust caused millions of Jews and Gentiles
Throughout the world to lose their lives
It was predicated on fear and intimidation
On which the prince of darkness thrives

Many of the families and survivors
Asked if God had heard their cry
God has a purpose for all  He does
And it’s not for us to question why

God does want us to take action
To perpetuate this time of sorrow
So that the world sees what tyranny brings
To say, “Never again, today or tomorrow.”

There was an upside to this tragedy
It brought many unbelievers to salvation
Turning a time of horror and destruction
Into a blessing and a time of jubilation

The time is here and now for every one of us
As individuals to make the entire world aware
That the Lord our God not satan is in control
Creating peace and brotherhood out of despair


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