Rabbi Encourages Holocaust Survivors Not to Forget Mission of Unity
In what he says is the most "unique and memorable moments" of his spiritual life, Rabbi K. A. Schneider brought hope and healing to a group of the few Holocaust survivors still alive today.
Schneider feels a "heavy responsibility" to share the love of God, and in doing so, the Lord used him to remind the survivors of a powerful truth: Unity has kept the deep history of the Jewish people alive, even as evil ones tried to snuff it out.
And that fact, Schneider says, is due to the miraculous way the Spirit of the Lord appeared to the ancient Israelites and continues to appear to those who love Him now.
"God wants us to throw off unbelief. He wants to throw off the darkness, and He wants to give you the same light and the same revelation He gave the children of Israel 3,500 years ago at Mount Sinai," Schneider says.
And with this unity fresh in their hearts, Schneider calls those in attendance to further the mission of the Lord. Watch this powerful and encouraging moment with renewed faith, and may the Holy Spirit light a fire of hope and unity within your heart as well.