Posts Tagged ‘Denial’

Holocaust Memorial. Two.

Denial?

There are so many people in the world who deny history and God, they want so much to have everything fit their way and they also try at times desperately to hide their failing from near and far?

This is the true side of human nature, it has ben with humanity since the fall of Eve and Adam! But when we face the truth, we are on the road to being healed of the deception we are in and on the way to finding a New Life with Jesus as the Lord of our lives?

Joshua 24:27,   Matthew 10:33,   John 3:14-17,   Titus 1:16.

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Holocaust Memorial. One.

January 27th.

This is the European Union day to mark the Nazi-German Holocaust in which some six million Jewish people were systematically slaughtered in the Nazi-German ‘Final Solution plan.’ There are many historians today, who continue to want to revise history in connection with this subject?

Denial is a big issue with Anti-Semitism and anti-Israel feeling, which is claimed to be in defence of the Palestinian peoples and their rights to a land that the Holy Bible says is not there’s. We cannot get away from the facts of the Bible in relation to the land of Israel and its restoration to the Jewish race!

Exodus 3:7, 10,  Esther 9:24,  Matthew 2:6,  Acts 7:34.

Holocaust Unbelievers. Part-One.

The Irish Potatoe Famine 1845-48.

It is estimated that one million people died in Ireland during the years of the potatoe famine, while two million left for either maninland Britain or the the North-America?

The truth of the matter is much worse than what British historians want to tell us and this is ver similar to what historical revisionism is doing with the events of 1938-46 in Nazi-German occupied Europe.

Lies upon lies and it continues today, we here of the murders in Europe by Islamic terrorism 130, 20! But two thousand dead in Africa, 200 in the middle-east, 100 in Afghanistan they are not imposrtant as certain civilised white peoples?

1 Samuel 8:7,  Psalm 10:8-9,  53:3-4,  Micah 3:9,  Ephesians 4:14-15,  1 Thessalonians 4:8.

Blinkers. Part-One.

A Limited Vision.

This post is not about horse racing, which I am sure will be a disappointment  to some? No this is about ‘Christian Revival in Ireland, which many ‘Christians do not believe has occurred since 1859.

This is because they have allowed themselves to become blinkered to the movement of God around them. There where Revivals in Ireland in 1928 and 1994, but very few established Christians saw this and reacted to it.

The reasons for this lack of belief, sadly is the bigotry that plagues Ireland as a nation and peoples. Sectarianism, seclusion and hatred has stopped the power of God. This does not mean that people are not getting saved, it is just not recognized as a move of the Holy Spirit.  Act 1:8, 1 Corinthians 3:16, Jude 19.

Easter. Part-Two.

Betrayal and Failure.

Jesus was betrayed by one of His own and at the end of the day, they all ran way and denied they were connected to Him. Judas did it for money and the ideal that he believed would cause the events to bring on the restoration of the Kingdom of Israel. Peter boasted he would follow to the end, but denied Him three times. Luke 22:47-48,  John 18:12-18,  25-27.

Jesus had warned them all before hand that they would fail Him.  Matthew 26:20-25,  Mark 14:27-31.

What are we doing today as believers? Bragging about who and what we are or are we just pushing on in silence?  Isaiah 53:7,  John 19:9.

We all fail it is part of our natural Sinful nature, but if we are born anew of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We will endure, persevere on for His Glory and not our own.  Philippians 1:28.

Revisionism. Part-One.

There are many proponents today who deny that Nazi-Germany killed six million Jews. They say that the numbers do not add up, and that the Jews are using it as propaganda.

But what they do not tell you, is that they maintain Nazi sympathies and are admirers of the German Dictator Adolf Hitler. Nazi-Germany did not just kill Jews, it also killed anyone who opposed Hitler, anyone who was disabled and who was not heterosexual.

God can see our hearts and He knows all our thoughts. We may think in this life we can justify ourselves, but if we do not have a change of heart towards Him, we will be lost.

Romans 3:23, John 3:15-21, 1 John 5:12, Hebrews 4:12-13.

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