“Comfort and keep comforting my people,” says your God. - Isaiah 40:1, CJB
This week we observe Holocaust Remembrance Day. Many will remember the six million Jews killed during the Holocaust through walks or marches. Schools and other communities will have Holocaust survivors speak to them about their time in captivity. We’re in a time where many of those survivors are passing on, and family members now speak for them and tell their stories, to ensure what they went through is never forgotten. Every year we profess to “Never Forget.”
Why do we do this? We do this so the atrocities of what happened to the Jewish people will never be repeated on their future generations, or any other race or religion that is being persecuted now, even in this day and age. God comforts those who mourn in Zion (Isaiah 61:3). He also gives comfort to those in the nations who are suffering because of hate or oppression. Holocaust Remembrance Day is a day which holds deep spiritual meaning, a day we should never forget, about a people who should never be forgotten.
May we “Never Forget” those six million Jews that perished during the Nazi Holocaust.
Be a Blessing and Be Blessed!
By Rebbitzen Kathleen Rantz
April 27, 2022 | 26th of Nisan, 5782
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