On 27 January 1945, the gates of the notorious Nazi genocide factory, Auschwitz, were opened by the Russian Army. 4000 emaciated souls were liberated. Tragically, 1.1million others - mainly Jews - had already been executed and incinerated during the previous few years.
60 years on, and 700 Auschwitz survivors have returned to commemorate their liberation. Each felt the necessity to go back; â€śWe have to remember.â€ť
This message not only recalls the Holocaust, but urges men to solemnly consider that Auschwitz is a fearful preview of a lost eternity - a veritable foreshadowing of hell.
Astonishing!-Moving! Totally spellbinding sermon, highly moving to the unsaved.
Robert Homer (5/14/2005)
from MI, USA
Great Sermon! This was very thought provoking. Many today find it to be unbelievable that man could be so inhuman to another. "The heart is deceitful and desperately wicked" as Scripture tells us.
Keep preaching His mighty word as God gives you direction!
Great Sermon! A good sermon to not only remind us of the horrors endured by so many in the last century but to also remind us that the unsaved all around us are facing an eternity which far exceeds even the horrors of Auschwitz.
Ian Brown succeeded Dr Ian Paisley as minister of Martyrs Memorial in August 2013. Prior to this he pastored the Free Presbyterian congregation in Northern Irelandâ€™s Maiden City, Londonderry, from 1987 to 2013. He is the author of several books, notably: â€śBelfast Boat â€“ Titanic,...