The Greatest Risk of All

The Greatest Risk of All
Author : Stanley Cohen
Publisher : Author House
Total Pages : 112
Release : 2012-09-21
ISBN 10 : 9781477272046
ISBN 13 : 1477272046
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Greatest Risk of All Book Description:

You will be exposed to an aging Jewish man, raised in New York who now finds himself living in Russellville, Arkansas and coping with gut wrenching decisions he feels compelled to make concerning his faith. He is not alone in this spiritual quest as he is now in the company of a Christian Arkansas coalminers daughter who is also open-minded to learn about Messianic Judaism and Yeshua (Jesus); the Messiah . The decision of converting from mainstream Judaism to Messianic Judaism was causing Scott a great amount of anguish. He felt that if he was wrong, it would be blasphemy. In the past he was quiet a risktaker, but, in this case he wouldnt be risking money, he would be risking his soul. Scott saw a vision of Jesus wearing a white robe with jet black hair falling over his shoulders. The light that surrounded Jesus was indescribably bright and its intensity was not earth like. When he tried to remember it, he could recall everything except the intensity of the brightness of the light. He could not duplicate the light.not even in his own imagination.

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