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Jesus Manifesto presents a fresh unveiling of Jesus as not only Savior and Lord, but as so much more. It is a prophetic call to restore the supremacy and sovereignty of Christ in a world and a church that has lost sight of Him. Read this book and see your Lord like you've never seen Him before. Paperback.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 071809039X
ISBN-13: 9780718090395

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"So that in everything He might have the supremacy."

—Colossians 1:18

Christians have made the gospel about so many things—things other than Christ. Religious concepts, ideas, doctrines, strategies, methods, techniques, formulas, "its" and "things" have all eclipsed the beauty, the glory, and the reality of the Lord Jesus Himself. On the whole, Christians today are starved for a real experience of the living Christ. We know a lot about our Lord, but we don't know Him very well. We know a lot about trying to be like Jesus, but very little about living by His indwelling life.

JESUS MANIFESTO presents a fresh unveiling of Jesus as not only Savior and Lord, but as so much more. It is a prophetic call to restore the supremacy and sovereignty of Christ in a world—and a church—that has lost sight of Him.

Every revival and restoration in the church has been a rediscovery of some aspect of Christ in the process of answering the ultimate question that Jesus put to His disciples: "Who do you say that I am?"

Read this book and see your Lord like you've never seen Him before.

Author Bio

Leonard Sweet is an author of many books, professor (Drew University, George Fox University, Tabor College), creator of preachthestory.com, and a popular speaker throughout North America and the world. His "Napkin Scribbles" podcasts are available on leonardsweet.com  

 

Frank Viola has helped thousands of people around the world to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ and enter into a more vibrant and authentic experience of church. His mission is to help serious followers of Jesus know their Lord more deeply so they can experience real transformation and make a lasting impact. Viola has written many books on these themes, including God's Favorite Place on EarthFrom Eternity to Here, and Jesus Manifesto (with Leonard Sweet). His blog, frankviola.org, is rated as one of the most popular in Christian circles today.

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  1. Rick
    Longmeadow, MA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Compelling message.
    June 11, 2012
    Rick
    Longmeadow, MA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Peeling away the onion of time encrusted traditions and teachings about Jesus to get to the inner life source of the person. This is a much needed book for 21st Century Christianity.
  2. A Cluttered Mind
    Rochester, MN
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: male
    2 Stars Out Of 5
    Starts off so well-intended, but misses the mark
    December 1, 2011
    A Cluttered Mind
    Rochester, MN
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: male
    Quality: 3
    Value: 3
    Meets Expectations: 1
    This is a review long overdue. I received this book, perhaps a year ago. I read through it quickly, as is my practice when I receive books to review. I want to get a sense, "Should I invest more time with this book?" I did give it a second, slightly less rapid read. Did I believe there was something more here? Were there nuggets I'd missed in my cursory first glance? Or was something else "nagging" at me?

    Sweet & Viola present a clear call to Jesus Christ as THE way to God. In a pluralistic culture that seeks to be tolerant of all faiths (an illogical act if there ever was one), this book will step on a lot of toes and cut off many a conversation by insisting that Jesus is the only true way to have a relationship with God. In that, I can commend them.

    However, something kept niggling at the back of my mind about this book; something seemed to be missing, or at least, just overlooked? This is why I gave the book just a bit more time. And I think I figured out what it was--the cross.

    Sweet and Viola don't go off the rails blatantly nor directly, but I wonder if what they say about the cross, or more accurately, what they don't say, is part of a bigger problem in so many evangelical churches today. I'm not convinced that the cross is held up in the way in which Scripture intended. Oh sure, the cross is mentioned early on in this book, but not as the offense to modern, sinful man, not as the cure for our sin-sickness, not as the truth that we are saved from something as much as we are saved to something.

    I think, in so many teacher/preacher/writer's attempt to be winsome with the gospel, to appear to be friendly to the "seeker", we set aside the offense of the cross. The "Sally Fields Syndrome," as I call it, settles in and we're overjoyed at the reality of the experience--"You like me! You really, really like me!" It's a heady thing. It's also dangerous to the power of the gospel. It's a completely different book, but the title of Ed Welch's latest offering hits too many of us evangelical preachers right between the eyes: "What Do You Think of Me? And Why Do I Care?"

    This is a book a really can't recommend. I can't say I'm against it, in the sense that I'm against Rob Bell's "Love Wins." Yet, I simply can't recommend it. There are too many other good books on the cross of Christ (John Stott's book by that very title, for one example) to be had out there that one should read.
  3. Ron Neeley
    Huachuca City, Arizona
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    This book is an eye-opener,
    November 22, 2010
    Ron Neeley
    Huachuca City, Arizona
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    In the past, I have been reluctant to read material of this kind, fearing it to be "out there." I thank God I finally purchased this book. Viola & Sweet have done a masterful job putting the emphasis back where it is supposed to be...on Jesus Christ. If you, like me, have been wondering for years where the worship & glorification of Him has gone in order to serve some "agenda", i.e. "we're too busy working for the Lord to follow Him," than this is the book to read.
  4. Pastor
    Gender: male
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Best book I have seen in years!
    November 3, 2010
    Pastor
    Gender: male
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I have waited for a long time for a book on this topic with the right focus to come out. This should be required reading for anyone in ministry if they wish to remain true to the call and purpose of the Christian church. I have said for many years now that this is the missing key in American Christianity. No one who is a Christian will be disapointed with this book, it is all about their Jesus and how great he is.
  5. Lane Reese
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 22, 2010
    Lane Reese
    "Jesus Manifesto" challenged and enriched me as I read it and reflected further on the Bible verses, quotes and text. Thus captivated, I began sharing "high points" with my wife Brenda and others who are now reading and realizing more of Jesus! The points from Colossians particularly touched me -- Jesus is my lighthouse!
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