“The Day I Met Jesus” by Frank Viola and Mary E. Demuth
Have you ever felt invisible?
Most women have at least sometime in their life.
In this book, are the stories of five women from the Bible,
told as if from their own lips.
These women were treated as invisible,
but found guilty because they did not behave the way others thought they should.
They were judged, criticized, and even ignored.
Five women who met Jesus face to face,
and their lives were changed by it!
Don’t you want to know how?
Don’t you want to know these women?
What I most liked about this book,
it gives these women a voice.
They are finally heard!
And it is because of Jesus.
Frank Viola and Mary E. DeMuth have done a wonderful job on this book.
Some of the gems of truth I remember from the book –
“It’s hypocritical for sinners to want to harm other sinners…”
“If this Jesus could befriend thieves, would He be my friend too?”
“Being a disciple isn’t about serving or keeping a spiritual to-do list.”
You won’t regret reading this book.
These women will stay in your thoughts,
because they met Jesus face to face,
just as we wish we could.
I found this book to be very encouraging,
as well as enlightening about women’s lives in the days when Jesus walked this earth.
You can get this book at 50% off at Parable.com Use the link below —
This offer ends March 17. It includes some free downloads.
The book is also available at Amazon and Christian Book.com
The authors also have a website – www.TheDayIMetJesus.com
You can read a free sample from the book at the website,
and read an interview with the authors.
For another opinion on the book, read Pastor Jack Hayford’s article at Charisma News —
(I did receive a free preview copy of this book from the publisher, so I could read and review it.
These opinions are my own. I really did enjoy reading this book, and I think you will too.)
One more opinion on this book from a blog —
If you have read the book, I would love to see your opinion in the comments section below…