Daily Readings And Reflections On Jesus’ Own Words
By RP Nettlehorst
I love devotionals. Whenever the opportunity comes along to review one, I’m all over it. I could hardly wait for ‘A Year with Jesus’ to arrive. This is a wonderful book and would make a great addition to your library. I did a quick read through for the purpose of getting this review done, but I recommend spending the time with the book that it deserves.
“It is written: Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.” Matthew 4:4
I can’t think of a better way to get to know Jesus Christ than spending time reading and meditating on the words that literally came from the mouth of God.
Topics covered in the devotional are: Love and Hate, Truth and Lies, Arrogance and Humility, Friends and Enemies, Belief and Disbelief, Patience and Impatience, Deserved and Undeserved, Good and Evil, Fidelity and Treachery and Life and Death.
The description on the back cover of the book reads:
“The Greatest Person Who Ever Lived Wants To Spend Time With You!
There’s no one like Jesus in all of history. He touched hearts and changed lives every where He went in His thirty-three years on earth. Each person who spent time with Him was never the same.
Jesus’ words and actions, which have spanned the centuries, are just as relevant and important for you today. When you spend time with Jesus, you’ll soon discover that what matters to Him most of all is you.
A Year with Jesus is an unforgettable 365-day revelation of Jesus’ love through His actual words, plus reflections and insights to encourage and inspire you. Let His words comfort you and fill your heart and life. As you connect more deeply with the greatest person who ever lived – this person who knows you and cares about every detail of your life – you’ll find yourself living and loving with greater peace, promise and purpose.
I loved the book I recommend it and I gave it 5 stars.
I received this book free from the publisher through the Book Sneeze book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.