Photo Friday: We Remember

Photo: Flickr/ topher76

Photo: Flickr/ topher76

With this Photo Friday we take time to remember the six million Jewish lives lost in one of our world’s greatest tragedies – the Holocaust. This weekend we join the commemorations of Holocaust Remembrance Day – lighting candles in memory of the lost and reciting the Kaddish, the prayer for the departed:

Exalted and hallowed be His great Name.

Throughout the world which He has created according to His Will. May He establish His kingship, bring forth His redemption and hasten the coming of His Moshiach.

In your lifetime and in your days and in the lifetime of the entire House of Israel, sword, famine and death shall cease from us and from the entire Jewish nation, speedily and soon, and say, Amen.

May His great Name be blessed forever and to all eternity. Blessed and praised, glorified, exalted and extolled, honored, adored and lauded be the Name of the Holy One, blessed be He. (Cong: “Amen.”)

Beyond all the blessings, hymns, praises and consolations that are uttered in the world; and say, Amen.

May there be abundant peace from heaven, and a good life for us and for all Israel; and say, Amen.

He Who makes peace in His heavens, may He make peace for us and for all Israel; and say, Amen.


Author: Stand For Israel | April 5, 2013
Posted in:  Photo Friday


 

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  • Carol
    April 8, 2013
    9:04 am
     

    Attended my first Yom Hashoah on April 7,2013 at Synagogue. It was so sad,beautiful,and in memory of (just found) ancestry jewish roots.I was so touched and feeling such grief.May we NEVER forget,and keep them alive in our hearts and memory, forever. Carol

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  • MIKE
    April 6, 2013
    5:21 pm
     

    THAT IS WHY WE ALL MUST STAND AND BE COUNTED NOW FOR OUR COUNTRY NEEDS US NOW AND REMEMBER IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN . OUR FAITH IN G-D AND OUR PEOPLE IS VERY IMPORTANT. LIFE IS NOT LIFE WITHOUT G-D BEING PART OF THAT LIFE. TAKE SOME TIME OUT YOUR OF DAILY LIFE AND THANK HIM FOR ALL THAT WE HAVE. LETS NOT FORGET THOSE WHO ARE NOT WITH US NOW MAY THERE SOULS REST IN PEACE AMEN.

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  • Debi
    April 6, 2013
    7:36 am
     

    Beautiful Idea……..Even to a religious skeptic like me.

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  • Warren
    April 6, 2013
    12:30 am
     

    Those who share the sufferings of Moshiach
    will share the eternal joy of Moshiach.
    He will wipe away all tears from their eyes.

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    • Warren
      April 6, 2013
      12:50 am
       

      I offer my thoughts in the sincerity of my love for Israel and the holocaust sufferers and blessing upon them all with grat respect for the Jewish Faith and no intent to offend.

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  • gino
    April 6, 2013
    12:21 am
     

    We will all gather and sing: holy holy holy is the MOST HIGH holy is HIS Name, YAH!!! Praise HIS Name and not petition our reqyest to the god / am*n, which breaks Torah. Mention no gods names!!!

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  • Hannelore
    April 5, 2013
    10:36 pm
     

    We should never forget!!!!! I am a Germany living in the USA since 2006.
    A good prayer. Amen.

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  • Eleanor
    April 5, 2013
    7:11 pm
     

    I read a book called Echoes and it is the first time I read anything concerning the Holocaust.. It was a terrible thing to have happen..I know there is evil everywhere, but I never read anythig as evil as this in my life..things are getting worse and worse in this world. I do believe that unless Yeshua comes soon we will see more of this kind..

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  • Herbert
    April 5, 2013
    4:53 pm
     

    Remember, if me are not vigilant it could happen again and the next time it could be you and not the JEWS!

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  • Erin
    April 5, 2013
    4:51 pm
     

    I just watched Shindler’s List not too long ago(for the umptinth time)and I still cry like a baby when I watch it. I pray protection everyday for Israel.

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  • Carolyn
    April 5, 2013
    4:49 pm
     

    May these people rest in peace and may their families know that they are loved and missed

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  • Ruth
    April 5, 2013
    4:46 pm
     

    AMEN…praying always for Israel and remembering the victims (living and dead) of the Holocaust

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  • Dominique
    April 5, 2013
    4:36 pm
     

    Such a trajedy….may the mistakes of yesterday teach us the value of humanity to cause an end to acting on hate.

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  • Lynn
    April 5, 2013
    4:35 pm
     

    LOVE~

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  • Marijke
    April 5, 2013
    4:05 pm
     

    Amen

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