Ten Out of Ten Physicians We Know Say --

This Yom Kippur, for the relief of sin, Y'SHUA (JESUS) is indicated!"

Y'shua—Jesus—is God's remedy for the affliction of sin. The mitzvah (commandment) of afflicting one's own soul can be helpful, but there is something even better. Isaiah the prophet says about the Messiah: "He was afflicted for our sins, he was bruised for our iniquities. The chastisement of our peace was upon him, and by his stripes we are healed."

Consult a doctor to see if Y'shua is right for you.* Better yet, consult ten doctors. They give their expert advice in Jewish Doctors Meet the Great Physician, a book you can download for free through the end of Yom Kippur, 2005. But whatever you do, consult God about the problem of sin during this High Holiday season.

In our High Holiday pages for 2009:

Wishing you a Gut Yontov and a Happy New Year from Jews for Jesus!

* Side effects may include love, joy, peace, patience, and kindness.

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Y'shua is God's provision/remedy for sin. Word of that provision came when Adam first sinned. This is also the provision that Abraham spoke of when he said that the Lord will provide for Himself the Lamb. Abraham and Moses believed in that provision. Without this provision, we could have nothing to do with a Holy God and it would never be possible for us to see the Lord. As a result of the provision of "the Lamb" sacrificed, the reason for not being able to see the Lord is eliminated because our sin is eliminated. That is the remedy. God sent Y'shua to cut open the only way and to establish the only link to God by the sending of His Holy Spirit to sanctify us. That is the remedy. That is the only way that we will ever see God.


You guys are weird. get a life.


Hello Spongebob. Read first the four gospels about Jesus: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Your life sure will change. With Jesus life is simple. Of course, there are trials, tribulations, etc. But it doesn't matter. We have the Holy Spirit to lead, guide and protect.


Daniel is right! Y'shua is the ONLY way to see God! This is NOT exclusive since The Way is open to everyone! To provide more than one way would confuse the issue and open up the question "What way is the best way?" God always provided us a way which left nothing to chance! Y'shua IS THE WAY!!!


Spongebob, would you prefer that we go on to messageboards and post comments that contribute nothing to a conversation? If you consider Faith a hobby that a person shouldn't take any more seriously than he does a cartoon, then you've sorely misunderstood what faith is--not just the faith of a Christian, but the faith of anyone. Your comments will mean something when you've actually attempted to understand what we believe.


Spongebob, sorry to see that you cannot appreciate the history of mankind. Facing the facts is our only hope of avoiding the death and destruction that awaits the majority of people out there. There is a difference between death with dignity and death with dishonor. Either legacy is forever. I prefer the death with dignity senario. The only way to have a clear conscience and the power to do the right thing is through the blood of Y'shua/Jesus.


I love the backwards interpretation.


That was good, Spongebob, I agree with that comment to Spongebob by Daniel in Spongebob's name. That was interesting.


I can only download 20 pages today I hope that this book is available for awhile. Thank you. As a retired nurse from the libral state of California I am pleased to read such a book. Thank you. Jesus is the link in the puzzle that makes our puzzle complete and because of Jesus we are united.

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Do you believe in Jesus?