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Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, this one-of-a-kind coloring book will expand your understanding of the Scriptures and the Jewish roots of faith in Jesus, and help you know the Messiah in a new way.
On each page you'll find a hand-drawn illustration, a key Hebrew word with its English translation, and Scripture passages. The first Bible text is a key prophecy, followed by its New Testament fulfillment in the Messiah. As you color, meditate on these prophecies and their completion in Jesus.
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 11.00 (inches)|
While we may know what the Bible says about the Messiah, do we truly know him? In the rush of life, it can be hard to quiet ourselves enough to see and experience his glory. But now you can.
In this one-of-a-kind coloring experience, you will go on a journey through the Bible. Each beautiful, hand-drawn picture illustrates a pivotal prophecy and its fulfillment in the Messiah. Every spread features Old and New Testament Scripture passages from the Tree of Life Bible translation as well as a key Hebrew word, and its English translation, from the text.
As you color and create, open your heart to meditate on these prophecies--and their fulfillment in Jesus--and discover the glory of the Messiah anew.
Shelley Skoropinski is a Jewish believer in Jesus. She studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and works mostly in watercolor and also in acrylics. Shelley's work has been shown in many art galleries and shows.
Sparrowhawk2 Stars Out Of 5The illustrations are visually uninviting and monotonousApril 6, 2017SparrowhawkQuality: 4Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2Whilst I personally love and appreciate any and all things that highlight and place a focus on Jewish culture and the Jewish Messiah, I was regrettably, underwhelmed with The Glory of the Messiah: An Adult Coloring Book. To put it plainly, the coloring book could've been peppered with a bit more effort and allure; thus, for these reasons, this coloring book was just okay for me.
WHAT I LIKED
I truly loved the concept and idea of introducing a more in-depth look into the messianic prophecies found in this coloring book. In fact, this is a pivotal topic we discuss often in our abode. The historical Jewish biblical timeline is something my family and I value immensely and long to pursue and study; thus, I genuinely enjoyed and appreciated the Hebrew words and excerpts that this coloring book had to offer. Not to mention, Susan Perlman's poignant introduction.
THINGS THAT MADE GO HMMM. . .
- While the concept and vision for this book was genuinely a good one, the illustrations simply didn't cut it for me or my daughters. In fact, I remember my youngest mentioning that the drawings made her feel dizzy and in light of this gripe the coloring book didn't hold her attention long enough to finish coloring any of the pages. Much to my regret, I was led to agree with her. In my honest opinion, the black tones and lines are much too thick and heavy and there truly wasn't enough level of detail or design placed into the artwork to draw one's attention. What I mean to say (and as much as it pains me to say this) is, the illustrations are visually uninviting and monotonous.
Perhaps this simply was not our preferred style of art? I honestly hope so because despite our letdown with this coloring book, the book is unique and as aforementioned depicts biblical prophecies in a raw and organic fashion.
NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of this review, it was not required of me to give a positive review, but to solely express my honest thoughts and opinions of this book, which I have done.