Jesus in the Present Tense: The I AM Statements of Christ - eBook
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Are you mired in past regrets or trapped by future fears? Wiersbe reminds you that God wants to meet you in the present! From God's conversation with Moses to Jesus' claim to be the light of the world, Wiersbe explores the "I AM" statements in Scripture to help you encounter God in the here and now.
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Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2011
In Jesus in the Present Tense, Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe explores the "I AM" statements of Godfrom His burning bush conversation with Moses, to His powerful reassurances to the Israelites, to Jesuss startling claim to be the Light of the World.
Many Christians find themselves mired in past regrets or future fears, but the name of God itself reminds readers that God wants them to live in the present. The more readers understand and apply Gods I AM statements from the Old and New Testaments, the more they will realize Gods peace and joy. Then they will be free to live, serve, and know God more richly in the present tensewhich is just where He wants them to be.
Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe is an internationally known Bible teacher and the former pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago. Dr. Wiersbe has written more than 160 books, including the popular Be series of Bible commentaries, which has sold more than four million copies. He and his wife live in Lincoln, Nebraska.
of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
ShirleyDIndiaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5God SpeaksSeptember 17, 2015ShirleyDIndiaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4A good expose of what Jesus is teaching us (even to this day) about the meaning of I AM (God) in our lives.
Rose5 Stars Out Of 5Jesus in the present tense The I am statements ofChristSeptember 2, 2015RoseQuality: 0Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It is always good to read books on Christ . I find these books always bring me closer to him and understand more about him and his work.I find the more knowledge I have the more I like following him and his word.
Rev. Michael W. Malone5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Discussion of the "I Am" Statements of JesusAugust 24, 2015Rev. Michael W. MaloneQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Our small group spent several months going through Wiersbe's book and greatly benefited from it. He is thoroughly grounded in Scripture.
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: Over 65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5encouragement to live in the I AM, JesusFebruary 26, 2011bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: Over 65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Wiersbe meditates on the "I Am" statements of Jesus. "[Jesus] is alive this very moment and offers us a satisfying spiritual life in the present tense." (11) Our past may discourage us and the future may frighten us, but life in the present can be enriching and encouraging because Christ lives in us. (Gal. 2:20)
God revealed Himself to Moses as "I Am." "The name conveys the concept of absolute being." (20) Jesus made the same kind of statements. "In His I AM statements, Jesus not only tells us who He is, but He also tells us what He can do for us and what we can become through Him." (25)
To the spiritually hungry, He is the Bread. To those in spiritual darkness, He is the Light. To those seeking entrance into the security of life in God's flock, He is the Door. He is the protecting and leading Shepherd. For those desiring to bear fruit, He is the Vine inviting us into union with Him. Readers are encouraged to trust in the I AM to be our sustenance when spiritually hungry and our light when in spiritual darkness.
Wiersbe draws on his decades of experience as a pastor and teacher to encourage readers to live in the present tense. "When we live in the present tense, we live by faith and are able to welcome each day from God's hand, knowing that He always plans the best for us." (178) Expect each new day to be an adventure in faith. Abide in Jesus, the I AM.
The only aspect of the book I did not like was Wiersbe's speculation that Jesus quoted all of Psalm 22 (while on the cross), "even though His voice was unheard by the spectators." (153) Nonetheless, this is a good book for devotional reading.
I received a copy of this book from The B & B Media Group, Inc., on behalf of the publisher, David C. Cook, for the purpose of this review.
Annette5 Stars Out Of 5Life More AbundantlyFebruary 9, 2011AnnetteQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A statement is made in the beginning of the book, "knowing God is the most important thing in life!"
I wonder how many of us can answer honestly that God is the most important thing in life?
Jesus said in John 14:6, "I am the way and the truth and the life."
The only way to salvation is through Jesus, in Jesus we are given eternal life. But, in Jesus we also have life, a more abundant life!
Warren Wiersbe explores this I AM statement as well as the others in his new book. His goal is that through understanding the I AM statements we as believers in Christ Jesus will live in the moment of now, and not in the past---the past of failures and troubles, nor in the future of anxiety and uncertainty. But, that we will live for the day that we've been given in order to serve Jesus to the full extent, and most importantly so that we will be a tool that Jesus can use today for His glory.
A favorite quote:
"Christianity is not a creed, an organization, or a religious system. It is the life of God in humans, making us more like Jesus Christ."
I felt that this was a great book on the I AM statements and I enjoyed reading it.
I feel that Dr. Wiersbe made his points adequately.
He had personal observations from his own life he shared, good applications.
He defined a few words for the reader from the Greek definition.
A few times he reminded me a little of J. Vernon McGee in his tone---nothing wrong with this, it just reminded me a little of McGee.
Thank you to David C. Cook for my free copy for reading/reviewing.
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