Item description for Jesus, You Are Quite the Fellow by Tyrone W. Cobb M. D....
Justin was a wonderful child who grew up to be a young man with great potential and was loved by family and friends. However, because of a longstanding clinical depression, he could not feel that love as others do, resulting in his tragic death by suicide. Compounding the heartbreak of his physical loss to a Christian father, was the concern for his eternal soul, as Justin had not acknowledged Jesus Christ as his savior. An immediate answer to a fatheras prayer for assurance of his sonas salvation was miraculously given in the form of a journal written by Justin and discovered after his death, along with a clear message from God, revealed through scriptures for which Justin had left bookmarks in a Bible found with his journal. This true story demonstrates that although we cannot understand why tragedies occur, we can be certain that God is there to comfort us in times of sorrow.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.29 lbs.
Release Date Mar 26, 2007
ISBN 1424174791 ISBN13 9781424174799
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-- Apr 18, 2009
Jesus, You are Quite the Fellow is the remembrance of a young man by his grieving father. Mr. Cobb's retelling is both thought-provoking and touching. He has experienced many trials and heartaches. I highly respect him for his courage and strength. He encourages readers going through what he has encountered and those who have not yet lost a loved one.
At times this book is a gut-wrenching and compelling look at our own lives. I found myself wondering... if I died tonight would it be obvious that I knew Jesus Christ? Mr. Cobb has this assurance, and he takes us on the journey with him. Justin's journal is published in the book along his father's thoughts on the passages. The pictures of Justin within the book help in understanding who he was.