The fate of the Jews, throughout centuries of unbelief, has been one of endless tragedy. Wars, famine, broken homes, political upheaval, plagues, and premature death were some of the judgments of the years of Judges and Kings and then came the deprivations of Assyrian and Babylonian captivities. There was great evidence of coldness of heart in the four hundred (400) years before Christ and there was a dispersion that spread to a worldwide proportion because of that cold heart. Even now in this present day, the dispersion continues because of the rejection of the Messiah. The slaughter of millions (1,000,000) of Jews by the Hitler regime reveals how much hatred the human race is capable of heaping upon a tribe of people.