Monday, December 17, 2012

Review: I Am That I Am by: Judy Azar LeBlanc

About the Book:
 I AM THAT I AM, Tracing the Footprints of God is a book that you’ve always wanted to have in your library but could never find. I AM THAT I AM provides a biblically based, theologically sound narration of all eight covenants of God—presents main themes and summaries of over forty-five of Jesus’ timeless parables—describes over fifty supernatural miracles that God executed through the hands of Jesus—and traces over fifty divine names and titles reflecting different facets of God’s nature, character, and personality. The captivating pages offer commentaries by over seventy-five renowned bible scholars, includes full color archeological images of recent excavation findings of biblical events, and historical illustrations and map images showing relevance to contemporary locations—all uniquely woven into one convenient reader-friendly volume.

About the Author:
 Judy Azar LeBlanc is an award winning internationally published author of several other works including the 2011 international award winning title  in Christianity "Theology 101 in Bite-Size Pieces." A graduate of San Jose State University, she currently resides in east Texas where she devotes her time to writing.

About the Book:
 This book in a word is AWESOME! My husband is in the seminary so I thought this book would be a perfect book for him to use among his many other reference books. But I must say this book can certainly stand alone. The author has done a brilliant job of show us over forty five of Jesus' parables broken down, taken apart and analyzed them for us. Complete with the verses in the Bible that are they referring to and the meaning of the parables. My husband and I both agree this book is chock full of information that can better explain the parables.
 The author has also included pictures to many things throughout the Bible that maybe you have never seen before or even know of. I found it very interesting that she shows us what one of the pieces of silver Judas may have received looked like. She also has included many commentaries on Gods different works, miracles, etc. Ms. LeBlanc has definitely succeeded in trying to get us to know God more intimately. God loves us and wants us to know more about Him and all He wants to teach us.This is a great book to have along with your Bible to study the parables more deeply and really get to the heart of what Jesus was trying to convey. Ms. LeBlanc has taken something that at times seems so simple and broken it down even further. God's love really does shine through in His marvelous works. And this is definitely what the author has shown us through this book. This book is available for purchase through the link below.

Disclosure of Material: I received this book free from the publisher through the book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s CFR Title 16, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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