- By TonyPayne

The Essential Jesus: Read the Gospel of Jesus for Yourself

  • Title: The Essential Jesus: Read the Gospel of Jesus for Yourself
  • Author: TonyPayne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Essential Jesus Read the Gospel of Jesus for Yourself Most of the pages of The Essential Jesus are made up of a fresh and accurate translation of Luke s Gospel But the text of Luke is preceded by some important background information Previously in the

    Most of the 80 pages of The Essential Jesus are made up of a fresh and accurate translation of Luke s Gospel But the text of Luke is preceded by some important background information Previously in the Bible that explains the biblical context and Jewish expectations as Jesus walks on centre stage The text of Luke also includes numerous footnotes, helpfully explainingMost of the 80 pages of The Essential Jesus are made up of a fresh and accurate translation of Luke s Gospel But the text of Luke is preceded by some important background information Previously in the Bible that explains the biblical context and Jewish expectations as Jesus walks on centre stage The text of Luke also includes numerous footnotes, helpfully explaining to the modern reader some of the unfamiliar terms and names that appear from time to time After Luke s account of Jesus, a summary of the message is presented using the Two Ways to Live framework, concepts and illustrations, but linking back to the content of Luke.

    1 thought on “The Essential Jesus: Read the Gospel of Jesus for Yourself

    1. This is a great introduction to Jesus. It's well packaged, inexpensive and only 80 pages. Contains a helpful introduction, a good, readable original translation of the Gospel of Luke (with a few helpful footnotes and no verse numbers) and a good summary of the gospel message at the end.

    2. Depiction of Luke's gospel and a salvation choiceThe personal interpretation of the Gospel made for easy reading and the book I itself had some unique endnotes, and choices at the end

    3. Gripping.I was initially a little disappointed when I downloaded this Kindle book and realised that it was "just" a translation of Luke's gospel. In fact, my first instinct was to not bother reading it. But I'm so glad I did! Reading the whole thing through in easy-to-read language without the distraction of verse markers has really brought Luke's gospel to life for me. I feel as though I've had a fresh insight into who Jesus was, what He said and taught, and what He came to do.It's free on Kind [...]

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