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Number of Pages: 222
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.63 (inches)|
Musing in the Footsteps of Jesus beckons you to interact with the real and imaginary characters involved in events of Jesus's early ministry.
Witness the life-changing effect on a tent maker and his two young sons as Jesus receives baptism in the Jordan River accompanied by the voice of God introducing him as his beloved son. Be with Jesus in a cave for forty days, preparing for the attack by Satan and his airborne, warring angels. Marvel at how a bear and an owl contribute to Jesus's survival.
Enjoy the sense of humor of the fishermen who joke of the Messiah as their big catch. Later, as Jesus's full-time disciples, they cheerfully confess they are the ones enmeshed in a net. The wedding in Cana turns comical when a renowned chef finds the wine unworthy of his recipes. Jesus's new wine proves to be the best wine ever to touch the gourmet's palate.
A Pharisee ruler comes to Jesus at night. As the schooled priest asks Jesus of the secrets of heaven, the man's conflicting thoughts reveal his character and spirituality. The woman at Jacob's well appears to be a repentant sinner yearning for a Messiah. The vision Jesus sees of her past explains why he tells her, before all others, that he is the Christ.
When a rich man asks Jesus how to get to heaven, Christ answers that he must part with his riches and serve him. The man leaves with a sad countenance. Hear the mystical voice from a whirlwind, see the rich man's fanciful flight on a horse to the moon, and you will understand why he chose to obey Jesus and serve him.
This storyteller prays these dreams will increase your hunger for deeper understanding of the Holy Scriptures.