Gary Cohen Part 1

Program #3211 Gary Cohen, Part 1

Sunday, July 29, 2012

3211 Gary Cohen – Part 1 (Jew, persecution) As a boy on the streets of Philadelphia, Gary learns about bigotry, fighting bullies who hate Jews. An only child, he loves scouting and does well in school. Then, in high school his friends goad him into reading the Bible, and he comes to believe in Jesus as the Messiah. His parents are upset and take him to a rabbi, but he is resolute. The first part ends when his father’s rejection causes Gary to make a radical decision.

This message references: Isaiah 53:4-6, Mark 10:43-45,Romans 6:23, Romans 10:9-10, Romans 10:13, Leviticus 23:12, Leviticus 17:1, Isaiah 61:1, Isaiah 53:3-4, Isaiah 53:7, Isaiah 53:8, Isaiah 53:9, Proverbs 20:9, Isaiah 53:10,1 Timothy 6:10, Exodus 20:17, Deuteronomy 6:4, John 10:30

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Program #3211 Gary Cohen, Part 1

3211 Gary Cohen - Part 1 (Jew, persecution) As a boy on the streets of Philadelphia, Gary learns about bigotry, fighting bullies who hate Jews. An only child, he loves scouting and does well in school. Then, in high school his friends goad him into reading the Bible, and he comes to believe in Jesus as the Messiah. His parents are upset and take him to a rabbi, but he is resolute. The first part ends when his father's rejection causes Gary to make a radical decision.

Program #3211 Gary Cohen, Part 1

3211 Gary Cohen - Part 1 (Jew, persecution) As a boy on the streets of Philadelphia, Gary learns about bigotry, fighting bullies who hate Jews. An only child, he loves scouting and does well in school. Then, in high school his friends goad him into reading the Bible, and he comes to believe in Jesus as the Messiah. His parents are upset and take him to a rabbi, but he is resolute. The first part ends when his father's rejection causes Gary to make a radical decision.

Program #3211 Gary Cohen, Part 1

3211 Gary Cohen - Part 1 (Jew, persecution) As a boy on the streets of Philadelphia, Gary learns about bigotry, fighting bullies who hate Jews. An only child, he loves scouting and does well in school. Then, in high school his friends goad him into reading the Bible, and he comes to believe in Jesus as the Messiah. His parents are upset and take him to a rabbi, but he is resolute. The first part ends when his father's rejection causes Gary to make a radical decision.