Jesus The Life Changer Paperback
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Jesus The Life Changer
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Imagine what it would have been like to have met Jesus face to face when he lived in the Middle East 2,000 years ago.
The Gospels give us vivid accounts of some of the people who did, but wouldn't it be useful to hear of these life-changing encounters from the individuals themselves?
In this fascinating book, Simon Robinson steps into the shoes of some of these characters and presents a unique view of Jesus from their perspective. We hear how Peter, one of the disciples, struggled after denying that he knew Jesus; how a notorious woman felt as she was challenged when he talked about her shameful past, and many more inside stories from people who met Jesus the life changer.
Jesus The Life Changer by Simon J Robinson was published by Day One in September 2005 and is our 30012th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus The Life Changer is 9781846251238.
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Jesus the Life ChangerHilary Morgan, via The Good Book Stall
This is a collection of accounts from the point of view of individuals in the Bible, their own stories as they encounter the Saviour. By its nature it is an interpretation of these well known events but could be useful for a new Christian or a small study group. Each story is accompanied by a small set of questions to help us take a broader look at what is happening between the individuals and Christ. They also make applications to life today and Jesus as a life changer.
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|Page last updated||2nd May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Simon J Robinson|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Day One (September 2005)|
|Number of Pages||128|