where was god for the jews of camps in misery

May 31, 2009
By Anonymous

in his name where were you lord?
when the innocent Jews were being held in hostile and were exterminated,
even though i was never there
i felt there fear and bleached slither sorrow
I've seen Schindler's list and the deadly hells
there it was no heaven's nor a place to be but for the abomination in humans that domain the extraordinary race and views who executed, executed, and executed and they were indeed Executed..
their was no sadness for the soldiers German bodies
their wildest dreams were sufficed in other words...death, torture, and of all evils murderer, the Jews were
force to lie on grounds in front of their own race, forced to be watched
shot one by one...an ooze of blood swarming the darkness of melancholy
such gruesome crimes were being played like a songs melodies..
a deamons melodies and before you know it there own life was to be
it was their sovereignty to control a one another
whipped and shackled by beasts
Jews had no strength no backbone to be high to perish back on the enemies
but with their hope
where was Jesus?
when all this lied in the face of the earth
why let slaughter be immortal
for only a hate..
but oh lord? just where were you? in his name..they and we called for you
wept to you
died for others
though liberation came 1945..but though where was GOD?..

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Jaquie BRONZE said...
on Aug. 23 2009 at 1:45 pm
Jaquie BRONZE, West Palm Beach, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
This is certainly one of my favorites: "I will become even more undignified than this, and I will be humiliated in my own eyes." -2 Samuel 6:22

I cannot tell you why these horrible things happened... But I can answer your question. You ask repeatedly "Where was God?" in this, and I'm sure you want to know why he let these things happen. I cannot tell you why the concentration of the Jews occurred or why any disaster resulting in the death of the innocent occurs. But I can tell you that God was there through all of this. He was there then and still is now, comforting those who still feel hurt of the loss. I'm sure he's there sitting next to you now, trying to explain why these things happened. Please keep an open mind, and listen to him. I might also recommend looking through the book of Job; that's what helps me when I have feelings such as these. Keep writing. God bless, ...,

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