Silence can be deadly. Such was the case in Nazi Germany when many pastors failed to speak out against the Jewish holocaust. They didn’t support the Nazis. They were simply too afraid of the Nazis. Therefore, they kept silent as millions died.
The same will be said years from now about many modern Christians today. Abortion of unborn babies and the slaughter of Iraqi and Syrian Christians by ISIS are our generation’s atrocities. Death camps were called “relocation centers” in Nazi Germany, but they’re commonly referred to as “reproductive health centers” in modern America. Fifty years from now, people will wonder why our generation remained quiet as innocent people were massacred.
My son Jeremy produced a short film titled “Sing a Little Louder.” It is based on a true story about a German boy during World War II who saw a trainload of imprisoned Jews on the railroad behind his family’s church. As the Jews screamed and begged for mercy, the congregation was told by the pastor to “sing a little louder.”
Jeremy is making his film available to you for free. He wants pastors to show it this Sunday in their churches. You can watch or download the film for free at Jeremy’s website: KingdomWorks.com
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Don’t be silent. Speak up!
Psalm 82 says, ”Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.”