6 Million Jews Dead

22 01 2020
Holocaust Forum

49 countries, including 41 heads of state, are expected in Jerusalem this week

Half of U.S. adults do not know about this! The murder of six million Jews is one of the darkest moments in world history and yet many American adults are ignorant of the historical facts. No wonder anti-semitism is on the rise.

Survey: Most US adults don’t know 6 million Jews killed in HolocaustPew study finds half of US adults don’t know basic facts about the Holocaust, including how Hitler came to power or number of Jewish victims. Those are some of the findings of a new study by the Pew Research Center released on Tuesday, about a week ahead of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. The study asked nearly 13,000 respondents, Jewish and non-Jewish adults and teenagers, four questions about the Holocaust.

January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. From Auschwitz to Jerusalem, the Holocaust is remembered so it would never happen again.

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The prophetic importance of the Holocaust is even bigger than the tragedy itself. What Satan meant for evil, God has used for good. Only three years later, the world saw the miraculous rebirth of Israel, the Jewish nation. Nothing could have been more impossible in 1945 and yet it happened. The terrible suffering was forseen by the Psalmist is Psalm 102. I call it “The Holocaust Psalm.”

If you have never consider it, please read Psalm 102 right now. The first ten verses are a graphic vision of those demonic concentration camps and the indescribable suffering. But it is more than that, it is a prayer which is answered in verse thirteen:

You will arise and have mercy on Zion; for the time to favor her, Yes, the set time, has come. Psalm 102:13

This is one of the most profound prophecies in the Bible. Many last day interpretations require a bit of mental gymnastics, but this is so literally and historically clear. The Psalm that looked to the future is now a record of history and prophecy fulfilled. How can anyone read it in the context of the Holocaust and not see the direct historical connections? The Holocaust happened. Israel was reborn. Israel passed from being tormented and scattered around all the world to experiencing favor, restoration, and blessing from Yehovah, God of Israel. Hallelujah!

Verse eighteen gives us the final clue:

This will be written for the generation to come, that a people yet to be created may praise Yehovah. Psalm 102:18

Unfortunately, a mistake in translation obscures the clue. Most versions say either “a generation to come” or “a future generation.” However, the Hebrew text is quite the opposite of some “nebulous” future time. The Hebrew is simply: “this will be written for the last generation.” Psalm 102 could not be literally understood until after the events transpired in history. Now it is clear. This is the time to favor Zion!

Pray for the peace and favor of Jerusalem! Praise Him for the abundant snow and rain the last two weeks.

Les Lawrence, Voice of Christian Zionists                    (Read more)








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