Life is ____. How would you finish that sentence? Judah Smith believes Jesus shows us how to live life to the fullest. In this follow-up to his New York Times and USA Today best seller Jesus Is ____, Judah completes the new sentence again and again, revealing how:
Judah writes as a friend, welcoming new believers, lifelong followers of Jesus, and even the merely curious. He shows us the love of God that defies human logic and the life that God intends for us to have in the here and now. With excitement and humor, Judah looks at the stories in the Bible from his unique angle and shows how life is all about loving God and loving others.
©2015 Judah Smith (P)2015 Thomas Nelson Publishers
I love the truth and passion Pastor Judah Smith shares the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Is... they go hand in hand with one another! You can just read one without reading the other.
Love the story of Jesus sleeping in the boat.
Judah Smith is the great communicator of God's Word on earth today! Listen to him everyday.. Jesus is loving Barabbas has changed my life.
Loved it. Pastor Smith nails the idea of how illogical love changed us, transforms us, into different people. His humor and humility are refreshing and the way in which he relates the bible to terms you and I can understand is fascinating. I've quoted him in texts, emails and even daily devotionals because he penned this with great amount of clarity. I love this so much that if I was the head pastor of a church, it would be bought and delivered to every new Christian who made our congregation their home. Pastor Smith is no doubt an anointed speaker of the good book and his authoring skills are just as beautiful. Thank you, Judah, for being open to the Holy Spirit working within you to spread the gospel!
I enjoyed this book immensely, the flow, examples, testimony. Very well put together. Judah had put forth stories; which I believed I knew the direction he was going. To my surprise he had a completely different perspective and destination on multiple occasions.
The only thing I found lacking was the overwhelming enthusiasm Judas has in his speaking. It felt more as if he was reading his own book than telling his testimony. Not to say it isn't well done, I just believe there is opportunity for further excellence. Other than that fantastic job. This book will tug at a couple of heart strings to say the least.
Great book, great narration. A book that makes you reflect on your existence and how blessed we really are.
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