I'm a Jew I Don't Do Jesus

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
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Between our birth date and our last day, have we accomplished what God had intended for us? What do we wish we will we be remembered for? Have we lived our lives with passion? Have we made each person feel loved? When we laugh is it contagious enough to bring out the laughter in others? Are we lovers to our husbands, imaginative and listening grandparents, devoted brother or sister, and a loving child. Have we ears for being a good listener, never revealing kept secrets. Are we able to welcome all and come to anyone's aid, giving of themselves without hesitation? Most important, are we followers of Yeshua our Messiah? These are the things Merle strives for in her daily life. With Yeshua's help and guidance, she will prevail. Born in New Jersey to Jewish parents, the word Jesus was used only as a curse word. Middle school age, her family of five moved to New York, where she later met her husband. After entering the Army, for nine years, they continually moved. During those years Merle was bedridden with emotional and physical sickness. When discharged from the army her family of three moved to Atlanta. One of Merle's friends asked if she knew Jesus. She responded, " I'm a Jew, I don't do Jesus." Through many trials, heartaches and pains, Merle became a believer of Jesus. Being Jewish her family would not hear of it. Merle prays this book will touch each person who reads, it in their own special way. Learning, when all is said and done, it will be our Lord Yeshua to whom we will have to answer to.
 

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Contents

Foreword
13
But Hes Not Jewish
55
From Sickness to Sickness
65
The First Time I Thought I Could Help
129
Why Did I Do It Again?
139
Theres No Such Thing As a Little
149
Mexico Ready or Not Here I Come
173
Be Careful What You Pray For
187
Dont Judge a Book By Its Cover
203
Please Just One More Time
227
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