By James Merritt
Jesus Christ is the main influential human to ever stroll the earth. we have heard and obvious such a lot of depictions of Him that we predict we all know Him higher than we really do. If we took the time to actually examine Him, we would be stunned at what we would find.
In 52 Weeks with Jesus, writer and pastor James Merritt leads you on a transformational trip as he stocks what he is discovered over a life of learning Jesus' existence and ministry. As you sign up for Dr. Merritt in this trip, you'll come to grasp and stumble upon Jesus in new and magnificent methods and be encouraged anew to include His invitation, "Come, keep on with Me."
Filled with useful functions and superb truths, this booklet may help you extra ably solution that old query that is as well timed this present day as whilst it was once first posed: "Who do you assert that I am?"
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Once, before it was reprinted, I swiped my card and wiped out every copy I could find in the world market. James Merritt’s 52 Weeks with Jesus is a worthy shelf-mate to Minear’s volume. The book presents dozens of metaphors for Jesus and backs each one up with biblical references, commentaries, meditations, and prayers. This book has now been added to my quiver of secret weapons. I plan to gift it to others often. You will return to this book for its compelling stories and dazzling images. But you will also find in Merritt an immensely allusive writer with wonderfully uplifting messages that come at you like a tarantella—in superb twists and unexpected turns.
Frustrated with being childless, Tamar concocted an evil scheme. She disguised herself as a prostitute, veiled her face, and waited for her father-in-law, Judah, by the side of the road. Judah—willing to sleep with a prostitute—falls for her deception. Out of this relationship, twin sons were conceived. Perez, who was born first, became an ancestor of Jesus Christ. God weaves this cord into the tapestry of Jesus’s family tree to make a point: No one is beyond grace. God can take you where you are and fit you into his plan and his purpose.
Where is Jesus calling you? 6 An Open Door This week’s Scriptures: • John 10:1-10 • Isaiah 12:1-6 • Hebrews 13:5-6 • John 1:9-12 • Colossians 3:1-4 A Different Kind of Door When Jesus said, “I am the door,” he wasn’t describing the kind with metal knobs, squeaky hinges, or shiny keys. “Truly, truly, I say to you, I am the door of the sheep. All who came before me are thieves and robbers, but the sheep did not listen to them. I am the door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved and will go in and out and find pasture” (John 10:7-9).