Israel commemorated Holocaust Remembrance Day this year on April 7-8. Here are a few Holocaust-related articles we have posted over the years.
Finding Forgiveness in Yeshua: The Testimony of a Holocaust Survivor, Rose Price
Rose Price was one of the few of her family members to survive the Nazi concentration camps in World War II. Her encouraging story encompasses more than her experiences during the war, but the peace and forgiveness she found in Yeshua.
Zvi Kalisher: Holocaust survivor, disciple of Yeshua
Zvi Kalisher, born Henryk Weichert, was an extraordinary man of God who found comfort and joy in his Lord Jesus Christ after losing his entire family and surviving extreme horror during the Holocaust in Poland.
Believing organizations reach out to Holocaust survivors in Israel
The average age of Holocaust survivors is 85 and some 158,000 survivors live in Israel, in addition to 56,000 individuals recognized as the victims of racism and anti-Semitism from the Former Soviet Union and other locations.
KNI spoke to two believing organizations who are actively involved in helping these people on a daily basis.
The Holocaust and the Salvation of Israel: “Be Reconciled to YHVH GOD”
The Holy Spirit is working to bring His people to an end of themselves, to stop trusting in themselves or in the arm of the flesh, so that they will call on the Name of Yeshua for salvation: Blessed is He who comes in the Name YEHOVAH! It is Yeshua whom God has given as a guilt offering (Is. 53:10), and His blood cleanses from all unrighteousness.
Sculptor in Israel creates ‘Fountain of Tears’ to memorialize the Holocaust
Rick Wienecke was living in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, searching for God. He came across a historical novel called “Exodus” by Leon Uris, which introduced him to the topic of the Holocaust and also helped him come to the conclusion that God was deeply interested and involved in the narrative of the Jewish People.
Dutch Christian artist captures Europe’s attention for Holocaust-inspired art
Artist Jip Wijngaarden, born in Amsterdam in 1964, was around 14 years old when she found a weathered copy of The Diary of Anne Frank in between two walls of their home. It became her treasure.