If the condition spread to my left eye, I would be blind. My medical career would be over, and life as I knew it would cease. I was afraid — afraid and angry. I cursed God, figuring if he existed, he deserved it. I informed him — or was it the air? — that I would never believe in him until I understood his ways…
Jewish Doctors for Jesus
Two prominent psychiatrists were each asked to articulate their understanding of the meaning of life. Psychiatrist #1, a well-known novelist and Professor-Emeritus of Psychiatry from Stanford University’s School of Medicine, stated, “Life has no meaning. The only meaning it has is what we ourselves give it, and, sadly, we often forget we are the ones who gave it the meaning.” Psychiatrist #2, a former professor of Psychiatry and Religion at Yale, Harvard and Georgetown, and now with an international private practice in Nassau, Bahamas, clearly at the opposite end of the spectrum, responded, “Man has a deep need to worship, and if he doesn’t worship the true and living God, he ends up worshipping false gods that are merely projections of himself.”
Clearly experts can disagree.
One woman came with an ovarian growth and a firm faith that God would heal it. As we prayed, I was concerned for this woman, when I sensed God telling me, “Don’t worry; I’ve got this one.” The follow-up ultrasound showed a normal ovary… I did not grow up with aspirations of becoming a doctor, though my family certainly has a scientific bent. My father was an optical engineer as well as an optometrist. My mother began as a chemist; later she taught high school chemistry.
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My name is Doctor Jack Sternberg. I am a physician, a medical oncologist who diagnoses and treats cancer patients. I must deal with cancer every day. My work is very exhausting, physically, and especially emotionally. I work long hours, and the grief and suffering I see can be overwhelming. I am frequently asked by patients and their families how I or anyone can do this kind of work day after day. I often ask myself the same question.
No one can ever get saved by the mere click of a button. But you can get saved by believing God’s word and receiving His free gift of salvation in Y’shua, Jesus the Messiah. Click here to read four statements from the Bible that you need to believe in and agree to in order to get saved.
God knows your heart better than anyone. If you truly believe what you just prayed to God, then the Bible says you are now saved. Mazel tov! We are excited with you about the new journey of faith you’ve begun. We’d like to be in touch with you personally to encourage you and to answer any questions that you have. Just take a few moments to fill out this brief contact form and we will get back to you by e-mail or by phone, whichever you prefer. Meanwhile here are a couple of suggestions to get you started on your new walk of faith.
It is important to begin by saying that for one who has already made up his or her mind that Jesus is not the Messiah, no amount of evidence will be convincing. But for those who are honest in asking, the evidence speaks for itself.