The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, the Firmament the Work of His Hand

The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, the Firmament the Work of His Hand

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Because They Dared to Be Different
by Jan Markell

National "Days of Remembrance" for the Holocaust are observed in Israel April 15 - 22. America began observing the disaster under President Carter and this year the date is April 18. The problem is, nobody wants to remember. The loonies want to claim it never happened -- or if it did, it was only to a few thousand as though that should make any difference. And don't wait for the church to acknowledge this. It's ancient history to them and besides, the church is the new Israel (Replacement Theology), or so they claim.

Here's what you should remember: There is something unprecedented about the European Holocaust. For the first time in the bloodstained history of the human race, a decision was birthed in a modern state, in the midst of a civilized continent, to track down, register, mark, isolate, dispossess, humiliate, concentrate, transport, and murder, every single person of an ethnic group as defined by the perpetrators -- and for purely ideological reasons.

This was targeted at an ethnic group who so generously contributed to the culture of the world; to a people who have borne the brunt of enmity towards them basically because they dared to be different and dared to insist on their difference.

On April 19 in Israel, all life will literally stand still for two minutes -- which seems like an eternity. Kids get off toys; rowdy teens settle down and stand to attention; drivers may get out of their cars and stand. All of this is in honor of the six million who perished under the raging lunatic who wanted the world to have only people with blond hair and blue eyes.

Don't think such madness is gone. Today the cry is for a Muslim caliphate around the world!

Someday a man is going to get his wish. His name is Antichrist and he actually will have a global kingdom. Frankly, I think that is on the horizon.

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