In the Footsteps of Jesus : A Chronological Journey Through the Gospels Set in the Geography, Politics, People, Power, Culture and History of the
Overview - The only reliable account of the life of Jesus, the Son of God, is the four gospels in the Bible. Whilst there are numerous authenticating secular letters, it is primarily the gospel accounts that present the greatest story of all time, the life and ultimate death of Jesus. Read more...
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More About In the Footsteps of Jesus by Hon Stuart Robert; Miguel S. Kilantang Jr
The only reliable account of the life of Jesus, the Son of God, is the four gospels in the Bible. Whilst there are numerous authenticating secular letters, it is primarily the gospel accounts that present the greatest story of all time, the life and ultimate death of Jesus. Jesus lived for just thirty-three years and travelled no more than a couple of hundred kilometres in any direction. He lived at the time of seemingly ultimate power, that of the Roman Emperors, yet He discussed politics only once, when the issue of taxation was used to try and trap him. He penned no letters and left no monuments, yet His life and death changed the entire world through the redemptive power of the cross. All of this is told in the rich fabric of the gospels. It is a story unparalleled in the history of the world, a story that brings the author and perfector of our faith to life. A story of Jesus who fulfilled every requirement of the law and the Old Covenant, and ushered in the New Covenant of Grace; of unmerited, undeserved, unfathomable favour upon the lives of all who believe. It is a story of Jesus, whose life and death made us completely righteous, not because of anything we did, but because of everything He did. It is a story of love so divine and of grace so deep that it deserves to be told in many different ways, as the gospels do so beautifully. The gospels are not a chronological story of the life and times of Jesus though. They are four unique but complimentary accounts, written by different men to different audiences and contain different and similar stories of the life of Jesus. Whilst there are thousands of books on the gospels and each has been a blessing, there is space for yet one more book to build on this certainty. A harmonised chronologically presented gospel account of Jesus set in the geography, politics, people, power, culture and history of the day so the reader can walk with Jesus over his thirty three years as he crawled, walked and died on earth. This book is not meant as a commentary or an academic treatise, merely an opportunity to read every word of the four gospels woven into the time and setting of the historical truth of the Saviour of the world
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