Simply Jesus and You: Experience His Presence and His Purpose
What would it mean to fix your attention fully on the Person of Christ? To approach Him apart from systems, formulas, religion, and well-meaning Christian culture? How would you be changed?
Former Moody Bible College President Joseph Stowell shows through dramatic stories and surprising insights how you can experience significant life-change as you encounter Christ as never before. And as your relationship with Him flourishes, so will your love for the people around you--the manifestation of His heart in yours. A book intended for both spiritual seekers and believers who are ready for a fresh, personal encounter with the Savior.
Combines the Joseph Stowell favorites The Final Question of Jesus and Simply Jesus.
You Need Jesus…
…and a good reputation. And a solid job. And a few friends. And some extra income…
"Ands" are distractions. Soon you've got it all--with Jesus buried in the middle. Meanwhile, His heart longs for a deeper relationship with you. Just you. Would you dare strip away the etceteras to focus in on Him once again? Be prepared. If you answer yes, it won't be about just the two of you under a beautiful sunset. Soon it'll be about your spouse, your boss, the grocery store clerk. Jesus' love will overflow in you, affecting everyone in your life. So, dive in. Draw near to Him and enjoy the etceteras He will bring you.
Story Behind the Book
Joseph Stowell's Simply Jesus and The Final Question of Jesus are life-changers. They take a fresh look at themes familiar to the mature believer, and also captivate those who have not yet come to know Christ as their Savior. Simply Jesus and You carefully intertwines these two books whose messages go hand in hand. For readers who have not yet discovered the stand-alone books, or for Stowell fans eager to cherish their favorites in a new package, this book is sure to become a treasured classic.
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Practical Theology | Religion
Stowell, Joseph M., "Simply Jesus and You: Experience His Presence and His Purpose" (2006). Alumni Book Gallery. 178.