What would happen if Jesus knocked on your door and asked to spend time with you? What would you tell him about your life? What wouldn't you reveal? Would you invite him to stay? Zimmerman's contemporary take on Robert Boyd Munger's bestselling My Heart—Christ's Home is ideal for seekers or new believers.
Pack of 5 Booklets
Length: 32 pages
Size: 3 1/2" x 5"
As this little booklet reminds us, life isn't always what we expect it will be. But sometimes everything can change, with just a knock at the door . . . What would happen if Jesus showed up at your door and wanted nothing more than to spend time with you? Would it be weird? What would you tell him about your life? What wouldn't you tell him? Would you invite him to stay?
David A. Zimmerman is an author and editor living in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the author of and . He has written for a number of popular magazines and websites, and posts regularly at his blog Loud Time.
David A. Zimmerman is an editor for IVP Books and a columnist at Burnside Writers Collective. His books include and the devotional compilation
"The Parable of the Unexpected Guest is so well written, the irony is great and the points slide in just right. This is just stellar."
" The Parable of the Unexpected Guest is a profound booklet that quickly, and without even noticing, takes you into a place of deep wonderment, challenging you with the question, how would I act, react and interact with the Creator of the universe who decided to show up at my front door and inhabit my life?"
"Jesus told stories, lots of stories. Stories that made people laugh, stories that made people angry, stories that helped people see God with a bit more clarity. The Parable of the Unexpected Guest is just such a story. It's both wise and witty, a compelling combo for sure. Read it with your heart wide open."
"The Parable of the Unexpected Guest is for each one of us who thinks we've got our lives together and for those of us who are very clear that we don't. Its message about being human, which is deeply true, invites readers into life that really is life. Read it, live it, share it with others."