Yom HaShoah

Jews driven by German soldiers

We must always remember and never forget..."

Holocaust Remembrance Day, which takes place in the Spring, is a time when Jewish people around the world remember the six million Jews and the millions of other people who perished during one of the darkest times in history. In this section, you can read more about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and the resources Jews for Jesus has produced in order to both commemorate the day and bring a message of hope in Y'shua—Jesus—who as the Jewish Messiah is with us, even in times of utter darkness.

If you are not Jewish but have Jewish friends or co-workers, you can show respect for them by letting them know you are aware of the day and praying for Jews worldwide to be able to live in peace. You can also praise God, for thwarting the plans to completely destroy His people.

Check out our store for books and other resources on the Holocaust. Also, read up stories of Holocaust survivors and the children of Holocaust survivors and learn how they have found peace after the darkness.

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