Thursday, August 6, 2015

Review: Questions Jesus Asks by:Israel Wayne

Questions Jesus Asks: Where Divinity Meets Humanity
About the Book:
Jesus rarely answered questions He was asked, but instead turned the tables by asking a piercing question of His own. Questions Jesus Asks goes through a broad spectrum of these, dealing with issues like morality, suffering, humility, faith, and much more.

Explore the unique paradox of Jesus’ divinity and humanity
Be challenged by the questions Jesus asks each of us
Learn more about Jesus and find the answers to your own life’s questions.
John 17:3 tells us: “And this is eternal life, that they know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” There is no higher purpose in life than the knowledge of God through His Son. Prepare to learn far more about God and the nature of Jesus than you thought was possible. Jesus asks penetrating questions that cut passed the pretense and reach the target of our hearts.

My Review:
 As a new Christian you will find yourself asking all kinds of questions. Israel touches on a good many in Questions Jesus Asks. Jesus always met anyone including skeptics with His own set of questions when they approached Him. The author and I agree that Jesus questioning His critics specifically was rather amusing due to the fact that He could shut them down and leave them with nothing more to say. Jesus pulled no punches. He could dish out what was served to Him and I loved that tenacity that we learn from the Almighty. He wasn't afraid to look the devil in the eyes and what a great example He is for us.

 The author takes many of the questions afforded Him and many more and he answers them along with scripture to give us a bigger knowledge base and hopefully more room to grow in our walk. Israel is able to put this information out there in clear terms for anyone to understand and he doesn't only use his opinions but others as well. Questions Jesus Asks is a very well rounded, well researched, authoritative read.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Cross Focused Reviews.

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