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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2009
How did the apostle John know that, two thousand years after he lived, your life would need a fresh touch from God?
How did John know that, at the beginning of a new millennium,
our lives would be so busy,
our focus so divided,
our bodies so tired,
our minds so bombarded,
our families so attacked,
our relationships so strained,
our churches so programmed . . .
that we would be desperate for the simplicity and the purity, the freedom and the fulfillment of a life lived in Jesus name?
John probably didnt know. But God did. Thats why He gives us Jesus! And thats why, as Anne Graham Lotz reveals, Johns eyewitness account of Jesus life is unmistakably relevant to your life today. The same Jesus who turned water into wine is the One who provides for your needs at this very moment. Enter into His life and find your soul refreshed with Living Water.
This new edition of Just Give Me Jesus contains an in-depth devotional guide to help you explore the words of John in a personal and practical way, either on your own or in a group. Youll find inspiration and revelation as you study the Scripture more closely and record your reflections in space provided at the back of the book.
Anne Graham Lotz is a bestselling and award-winning author of eleven books, including Wounded by Gods People. She is the president of AnGeL Ministries, Raleigh, North Carolina. Called "the best preacher in the family" by her father, Billy Graham, Anne speaks around the globe with the wisdom and authority of years spent studying God's Word. The New York Times named Anne one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation.
LucyManassas, VAAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5June 28, 2013LucyManassas, VAAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I find it a very fine product. I have nothing more to say.
Joy Ratliffe5 Stars Out Of 5The book was wonderful and very insightful.January 18, 2013Joy RatliffeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was just what I needed. It touched several areas of my life. Ann Graham Lotz gets personal with examples of her life and how Jesus was just what she needed. The example of how Ann Graham Lotz studies the Bible was also very helpful and doing the devotional will help me become a stronger Christain by getting in the Word each day.
Tracy5 Stars Out Of 5September 17, 2010TracyI bought this book in regular print and wanted to read it again. It's one of thoses books that once you pick it up you can't put it down, even if your eyes are tired. That is why I purchased a large print.
Rose Miller5 Stars Out Of 5July 1, 2010Rose MillerAnne Lotz is an amazing teaching and student of the Word of God. This book not only gives you insight on the book of John through Anne's commentary but the study/devotional brings you deep into the understand and love of Jesus. This is not for the lazy man... it is thought provoking and brings you to a place of understanding in a new way of His Word. Enjoy!
Dawn Garcia5 Stars Out Of 5June 15, 2010Dawn GarciaI am still in the middle of reading this book but what I have read so far is very helpful and easy to understand!
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