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I SURVIVED THE HOLOCAUST: My Life in Poetry

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Artist and poet, Renate Kaufmann, expresses what it was like living through the bombing and the hiding and then through all the sorrow and confusion in the war-torn aftermath. She also tells how, later in life, she came to know her Jewish Messiah in a deeper way.  Renate did not learn English until she came to America as an adult, yet she writes beautiful poems in what is not her mother tongue—all for the glory of the Lord!

Some of the titles of her poems are: "What Is Peace?" "Why Hate The Jews?" "What Is A Home?" "Mama, Is There Life After Death?"  "My Hiding Place" "Who Am I?" "Why G-d Why?" "I Found The Truth" "Not An Alien Anymore" "Let's Be Women Of Influence" "Shalom To You".

 

Messianic Times press release https://www.messianictimes.com/daily-news-1/286-press-release-i-survived-the-holocaust-from-olive-press-publishers

About the Author:

Renate, a child Holocaust survivor, from Rochester, New York  is in the process of immigrating to Israel. At first she was denied citizenship by the Israeli government because of her belief in Yeshua as Messiah.

 

The author tells her story.

 

Her court case was handled by the Jerusalem Institute for Justice who went to the Israeli media with her story. She was interviewed via Skype on Israeli TV on Channel 2. Scroll down to see her interview.

Following her skype interview, the Office of the Interior contacted her and welcomed her as a permanent resident with the opportunity to pursue citizenship. Funds from the sale of this book will go to help support her new life in her new homeland. Winning her case should be helping to set a precedent for other Jewish believers. Please pray that this is so.

Product Code: I SURVIVED

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