From Pastor Haling in this sermon: "I come from a nation where, to this day, it is the grief of my heart, that there were some 6 million Jews and other nationalities that ended up in concentration camps and gas chambers, and they were brutally murdered and lost their lives. I have in my mind and I know you have to, if you have lived any length of time at all, and you have looked at some of the historical accounts of the holocaust, and you have witnessed and looked at some of the documentaries; they were taped you see right around 1944 and 1945, and donâ€™t you have images in your mind of the thousands of bodies stacked as court wood? They were piled in places where people lost their lives, and were brutally killed and done away with. When you go to Germany, that in every little community, there is a church building in all of the little communities. In the bigger cities, there are church buildings that are ringing their bells Sunday mornings, and calling a people to worship. Where were those preachers and teachers? Where were those champions of life? Where were those proclaimers of truth when all of that was going on? Six million people were done away with, and where were they? You see, why did they not stand when they saw that? I know that people say that, â€śWe didnâ€™t know what was going on; we had absolutely no earthly idea. Folks, I really do believe that is a lie. And I want to say something here, we're not talking about six million, were talking about fifty- million lives that have been murdered. Fifty- million human beings that have lost..."