As a young Jewish businessman, Sid Roth's goal was to be a
millionaire before age 30. At age 29, he realized that was not going to
happen. Consequently, Sid left his wife, family, and job at a major
financial management company to look for happiness elsewhere. Instead,
things got much worse.
Sid's search took him into the New Age realm of religion where he
became suicidal and almost lost his mind. He realized that the demons
attacking him were real. But where could he go for help? No
psychiatrist could solve his problem. No rabbi. Not even his devoted
On the worst night of Sid's life, a tangible Presence entered his room and filled him with an indescribable peace.
Learn the easy way what Sid chose to learn the hard way -- life can be
lived abundantly and joyfully, no matter your circumstances.
Because it is not written in a "preachy" way, this book is an
effective tool to reach your Jewish friend or someone trapped in the
New Age. It includes a section that answers Jewish objections to Jesus.