I recently just watched a video where Whoopi Goldberg quoted this poem on The View by Martin Niemoller a Protestant pastor and social activist that emerged as an outspoken public foe of Adolf Hitler and spent the last seven years of Nazi rule in concentration camps. The fact that this man was a pastor may turn some people off, but none the less, for personal reasons this poem really resonated with me today. I think at least once a day I find myself asking Jesus this question, "Like seriously Lord, how would you have handled all of this? Or that? Or what is going on here or there? Please tell me because I'm confused, angry, hurting and upset sometimes." It can be a little bit overwhelming of a thought, and I don't know if I've heard or come to find an answer. Whatever the case may be this poem might also resonate with you. Whatever way that is. Or maybe not. I honestly don't know much about the guy minus what I told you above. It has been years since I heard this piece, and if I remember correctly, I think I first heard it in grade school.
"When the Nazis came for the communists,