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We Will Pay A Price!


This past Monday, as we observed Yom HaShoah, we remembered the six million Jewish lives murdered during the Holocaust. And, on Monday, May 13th, we stand resolute as we celebrate the reaffirmation of the Jewish nation's sovereignty with the establishment of the modern state of Israel. 

Holocaust Remembrance Day compels us to carry forward the legacy of survivors like Elie Wiesel and Viktor Frankl, whose messages of hope amidst despair continue to inspire us. Wiesel famously declared, "Because I remember, I despair. But because I remember, I have the duty to reject despair." Frankl, surviving the horrors of Auschwitz, taught us that even in the grip of great evil, we have the power to choose our response: "When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves."

This year, the story of Esther Greitzer, a 94-year-old Holocaust survivor, highlighted a heartbreaking reality of the Holocaust's lingering shadows. Esther, who endured unspeakable horrors including inhumane experiments by Dr. Mengele, passed away without any children to mourn her. — a consequence of the brutality she suffered. Yet, in a profound display of community, hundreds gathered in Haifa to say Kaddish and honor her life. Though she had no immediate family, the nation of Israel became her family, an entire community stood as her family, embodying the promise of 'Am Yisrael Chai'—the people of Israel live.


Would You Like a Hamas Terrorist as a Neighbor?


With the current border crisis faced by the Biden Administration, one might expect more caution in its immigration policies. The proposal to allow Gazan refugees into the U.S. has sparked significant controversy, especially given that many Gazans are Hamas terrorists. The history of Hamas's violent actions against civilians, including killing its Jewish neighbors, raping women, and committing other heinous acts of violence is well documented. Critics, including Christian Women For Israel, are alarmed by the Biden administration's pursuit of this reckless policy. "Biden has indeed lost his mind if he wants to let Hamas terrorists from Gaza enter our country as refugees" captures the gravity of the emotions and the serious security implications that must not be overlooked. But, thankfully, we aren't the only ones who are passionately voicing concerns and questioning the reckless actions of the Biden Administration.   


Watch Senator Lindsey Graham passionately question the administration’s pause on military aid to Israel, emphasizing the critical nature of this support at a time when Israel faces significant threats. “If we stop weapons necessary to destroy the enemies of the state of Israel at a time of great peril, we will pay a price. This is obscene. It is absurd,” he stated, urging immediate action to ensure Israel can defend itself.



A Call to Spiritual Arms


What makes us Christians shrug our shoulders when we ought to be flexing our muscles? How can we, as Christian Women for Israel, harness the peace of Christ to effect real change in the world? Christ warned that in the last days, apathy would prevail, yet He calls us to be sober, vigilant, and proactive. As we reflect on the enduring spirit of figures like Elie Wiesel and Viktor Frankl, and the current threats facing Israel, let us ask ourselves: What concrete steps can we take to change hearts and minds?


We can start by educating those around us about the realities facing Israel, engaging in community discussions to spread awareness and counter misinformation. Additionally, by supporting policies that secure justice and peace, and advocating for fair and compassionate treatment of all people, we demonstrate the love of Christ in action.


As Billy Graham once observed, real peace is not just a slogan on a banner but a profound spiritual reality that begins in the heart of each believer and should ripple out to affect the broader world. Let us, therefore, commit to being beacons of this peace, shining Christ’s light through our words, actions, and prayers. 



And as you join us in praising the Living God for the miracle of the modern-day state of Israel, we pray you’ll renew your own resolve to bless Israel and the Jewish people by giving a generous gift of support.

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