Book Review by Robin S. Pike Garland
Who is this Jesus?
A Story Of Miracles
Author: © 2013 Max Lucado
5.5×7.5 Hardback. Full color.
Publisher: © 2013 Worthy Inspired, an Imprint of Worthy Publishing Group
Pages: 94 (Includes: copyright, dedication, editor’s introduction.)
Impressive interior art by C. Michael Dudash.
Excellent book design and layout.
In this small, beautifully written book the Editor’s introduction lets the Reader know how Max Lucado shares there is hope in your difficult situation.
Picture the worst day in your life. The details? Who was with you? What was said, how you felt?
Can you picture Jesus worst day? How he felt?
The fact that he died and rose out of the grave three days later was the beginning of letting go of one of the darkest days of fear and despair into one of JOY of better times to come.
The bible does not tell the story of any soldier and what they thought during the hours and days that followed the crucifixion.
If we could have known what the Roman soldiers thought it might have been shared like this…
Through a Roman soldier’s viewpoint; Claudius explains what he witnessed the day Jesus was nailed to the cross and his resurrection three days later.
Who is this Jesus? A story of Miracles has Jesus followers in a place far from the public eye to listen to one soldier’s viewpoint. Hanging on his every word, men and women listen with great interest.
And you will too as this extraordinary book will inspire, and draw emotion out of the reader as you look at the incredible artwork on each page.
“I saw him! I saw him risen from the dead. He is who he said he is. He is the son of God!”