They Walked with the Savior: 20 Ordinary People in the Gospels Who Had Extraordinary Encounters with GodScott Hagan
Discover what happens when common, everyday folks encounter the incomparable Christ.Meet minor players in the Bible who came face to face with Jesus and accepted major roles Here are only a few of the unforgettable people whose stories have been tucked away in the pages of ... Read More
Meet minor players in the Bible who came face to face with Jesus and accepted major roles Here are only a few of the unforgettable people whose stories have been tucked away in the pages of your Bible:
A grateful leper cured of leprosy
The father of John the Baptist
One praying widow named Anna
A little boy with a little bread and a few fishes
The old man who held baby Jesus
Through passionate storytelling Scott Hagan will introduce you to simple folks with eternal legacies You will hear Zacharias breathe a breath of awe, feel Simeon's heart skip a beat, hold Martha's hand as she lays down the dirty plates and see Jesus' face through a child's eyes. You can experience each event with them.
Realize how each seemingly little player in the scheme of His plan was changed forever into an unforgettable hero in a God-orchestrated moment of time. As you read about how Jesus brought eternal significance to the lives of these obscure Bible characters, your own faith will soar.
They listened, responded and discovered life-changing answers:
They discovered their need for Him
They encountered His power and forgiveness
they found their destiny in Him
With each response to God, they became history-makers And now it's your turn...
This is the first book in the supporting cast trilogy by Scott Hagan.
- Product type: Book
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Apr 15, 2002
- UPC: 9780884198338
- Height: 0.68
- Width: 6.14
- Length: 9.08
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 236
- Publish Date: Mar 12, 2002
- Language: English
- BISAC: "FIC042000"
- ISBN: 0884198332
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