The Greatest Words Ever Spoken {Book Review}


The Greatest Words Ever Spoken
Everything Jesus Said about You, Your Life, and Everything Else
By Steven K Scott
About the book:
Haven’t you wished you could ask Jesus any question and get his immediate help with the biggest problems you face? Now you can.

For the first time ever, all of the statements Jesus made in the New Testament have been brought together and organized under more than 200 topics. When you want to know his will in a specific area of life, or you’re seeking the answer to a perplexing question, or you are desperate for his encouragement, comfort, or wisdom–you can easily find the help you need.
The moment you turn to the appropriate topic heading, you will have access to the breadth of Jesus’ teaching on that subject. You can also use this book as a guide for studying Jesus’ wisdom on any topic of interest, such as prayer, forgiveness, eternity, anger, temptation, relationships, grace, or knowing God. 
As you immerse yourself in Jesus’ words, your life and relationships will be transformed, and your faith and spiritual passion will be renewed. Let the greatest words ever spoken bring new vision, power, and joy into your life–one statement at a time.
How do you review a book that is basically filled with Jesus' spoken words? Yeah, that's feeling like quite an undertaking here.

Let me start off by saying this...I have found this book a tremendous asset and accompaniment to my daily devotions. In fact, I carry it right along with my Bible. This is an amazing tool to have in your library. I absolutely LOVE that I can look up verses based on God's character, desires, fears, love, mercy, prayers, suffering and so so so much more. You can look up a subject and within seconds hear what Jesus said about it. I also loved that you can also look up verses by Chapter as well.

This is a must have on your book shelf. This is a must have if you blog. This is a must have to take to your Bible study. It speaks on God's greatest words ever spoken.

WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group provided this book to me for free in exchange for this honest review as part of their Blogging for Books program.

 

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