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Monday Devotional: Step Out of the Darkness

The worst kind of darkness in the world is the kind where "No one could see anyone else." It's the kind of darkness that blinds us to the people around us.

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At Auschwitz, An Exhibit Takes an Unprecedented Look at Religion and Survival

Discover the stories of 21 survivors in “Through the Lens of Faith” who held on to their faith during and after experiencing the horrors of Auschwitz.

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Monday Devotional: Choosing Freedom

God wants us to be free. He wants us to know that only He is our master and that we are free to become whomever we choose.

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This Holocaust Survivor’s Tapestries Show Her ‘Affirmation Of Life’

Ted Comet hosts tours through his home, which displays the tapestries his late wife and Holocaust survivor created.

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Monday Devotional: Cherishing the Elderly

The elderly are a gift that we must honor and cherish as long as we are blessed to have them in our lives.

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A Must-See Exhibit: ‘Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.’

Inside this new exhibit in New York City, you’ll find 20 galleries with more than 700 original objects and 400 photographs reports JNS.

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Monday Devotional: City of the Great King

God is able to protect and defend us and will be our guide to the end of our lives.

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Holocaust Survivor Meets with US Veteran Who Liberated Her Camp

After all these years, Holocaust survivor Sophie Tajch Klisman had a chance to meet a U.S. veteran who helped liberate her camp reports the Times of Israel.

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Monday Devotional: ‘By My Spirit’

Remember that it is not by our own efforts, but by God’s enabling Spirit, we are able to accomplish His purposes.

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In ‘Hidden Years,’ A Story of Love, Family, and the Holocaust

Writing at The Forward, Liam Hoare interviews Anna Goldenberg to discuss her debut book, “Hidden Years,” which tells of her family’s history and “how the Holocaust shaped them.”

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Monday Devotional: Partners in God’s Purposes

God doesn’t need any help, but by His grace and compassion, He gives us the privilege of contributing to His purposes.

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18 Little-Known, Amazing Things About Israel As It Turns 71

In honor of Israel’s 71st Independence Day, writers at NoCamels put together a list of some impressive, yet lesser-known, details about Israel.

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A Survivor’s Daughter Finds a Trove of Letters that Inspires Art

Shulamit Kopf’s new solo exhibition, “Moscow to Berlin,” will feature artwork inspired by her mother’s experiences in World War II, and is set to open June 22 in Krakow reports the Times of Israel.

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Monday Devotional: A Student in the Classroom of Life

How we judge the content of our life is determined by how we frame it.

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Three Auschwitz Survivors Say They Won’t Ever Stop Testifying

Now approaching age 90, these survivors tell the Times of Israel that speaking out is more important than ever.

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Discovery Channel and PBS to Air Holocaust documentaries

Two new documentaries – one on U.S. soldiers who liberated concentration camps, and the other on survivors from Britain – will air for Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day).

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Yad Vashem Displays Last Letters from Shoah Victims to Loved-Ones

Stained with tears, these letters were written right before Holocaust victims perished at the hands of Nazi Germany. In honor of Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on May 2, a handful of last letters will be displayed online reports Jewish News.

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Monday Devotional: More Precious than Gold

Let’s honor the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust by living meaningful and purposeful lives, instead of wasting them away in pursuit of things that don’t really matter.

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100 Families to Celebrate Seder in Warsaw Ghetto for First Time Since 1943

The chief rabbi of Chabad Poland will host a meaningful Passover meal in Warsaw, once the location of the Jewish ghetto, after 76 years.

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Christians and Jews — Natural Friends

Writing at Fox News, Fellowship President Yael Eckstein offers gratitude to God this holy season for the Jewish people's faithful Christian friends.

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The Fellowship Wishes You a Happy Passover and Easter!

We want to wish a blessed Passover to all our Jewish friends and a happy Easter to all our Christian friends! In observance of Good Friday and the beginning of Passover, we’ll be taking tomorrow, April 19 off, but we’ll be back on Monday, April 22, with more updates from the Holy Land.

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