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“'So, is Jesus the Messiah?'"Kimberley turned her head to see who asked that.“'I’m just thinking aloud,' the asker explained... 'I’m Gary Hershberg'.”“'Kimberley Weinfeld.'... So began the discussion that Gary and Kimberley thought would occupy them for the...flight."Kimberley is making aliyah from Boston via L.A., and she meets Gary, whom explains the unusual way in which “'So, is Jesus the Messiah?'"Kimberley turned her head to see who asked that.“'I’m just thinking aloud,' the asker explained... 'I’m Gary Hershberg'.”“'Kimberley Weinfeld.'... So began the discussion that Gary and Kimberley thought would occupy them for the...flight."Kimberley is making aliyah from Boston via L.A., and she meets Gary, whom explains the unusual way in which a Catholic priest used a Queen song to make an altar call. (“I went to Saint Patrick’s in New York out of curiosity a couple of weeks ago.") When he does so, the conversation immediately shifts to subjects such as Zionism without a Messiah versus Zionism with one, predestiny, marriage, and the afterlife."Then it happened all so quickly...As Kimberley fell from her seat..., she reflected on everything...As far as Jesus, she concluded, 'If he is the Messiah, then he’ll reveal that to me in the ‘olam haba....' who “so loved the world” would be merciful enough.... Speaking of love..., she wondered if Gary had loved her and would have been with her."


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“'So, is Jesus the Messiah?'"Kimberley turned her head to see who asked that.“'I’m just thinking aloud,' the asker explained... 'I’m Gary Hershberg'.”“'Kimberley Weinfeld.'... So began the discussion that Gary and Kimberley thought would occupy them for the...flight."Kimberley is making aliyah from Boston via L.A., and she meets Gary, whom explains the unusual way in which “'So, is Jesus the Messiah?'"Kimberley turned her head to see who asked that.“'I’m just thinking aloud,' the asker explained... 'I’m Gary Hershberg'.”“'Kimberley Weinfeld.'... So began the discussion that Gary and Kimberley thought would occupy them for the...flight."Kimberley is making aliyah from Boston via L.A., and she meets Gary, whom explains the unusual way in which a Catholic priest used a Queen song to make an altar call. (“I went to Saint Patrick’s in New York out of curiosity a couple of weeks ago.") When he does so, the conversation immediately shifts to subjects such as Zionism without a Messiah versus Zionism with one, predestiny, marriage, and the afterlife."Then it happened all so quickly...As Kimberley fell from her seat..., she reflected on everything...As far as Jesus, she concluded, 'If he is the Messiah, then he’ll reveal that to me in the ‘olam haba....' who “so loved the world” would be merciful enough.... Speaking of love..., she wondered if Gary had loved her and would have been with her."

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