Released in the UK November 2019
Released in the US November 2019
Hardback 279 X 216 | 96 Pages
9781527104280 • £12.99 $16.99
BISAC – JNF049010
On an afternoon 2,000 years ago, a couple of friends were walking from Jerusalem to Emmaus. A very ordinary–looking man joined them and asked what they were talking about. This was a strange question as one event had dominated most people’s conversations that weekend: the execution of Jesus of Nazareth. However, the ordinary–looking man was not as clueless as they first thought… “beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself”. You see, their fellow–traveler wasn’t just a random guy – he was Jesus himself. This book will take us into that conversation Jesus had with Cleopas and his friend and look at thirty different places in the Bible where you can find a prophecy about Jesus.
Paul Reynolds is a member of First Baptist Church of Grand Cayman. He and his wife Rachael have two children, Jude and Alice. Paul enjoys photography, and writing about, watching and coaching baseball.
This book is an excellent way to introduce young people to the topic of prophecy in Scripture. In clear, organized, and easy to understand explanations, Paul Reynolds points out how Scripture prepared the world for Christ’s coming and then recorded Christ’s fulfillment of those predictions. This book offers helpful insight for our modern lives with practical applications from Scripture and is ideal for personal or family devotions or a Sunday school setting.
Heather Winslow LeFebvre
Author of ‘The History of Christmas: 2,000 Years of Faith, Fable and Festivity’
With your children, grandchildren etc, I’d recommend your reading together a chapter a day to learn, reflect and pray your way through this helpful guide to some of the Bible’s wonderful prophecies that unmistakably point to the coming of the Lord Jesus. You won’t be disappointed!
Senior Minister, First Baptist Church, Grand Cayman
… there is no better way to fuel a passion for the Kingdom, than to have a clear grasp of God’s faithfulness in keeping his promises. This beautifully designed book outlines thirty of God’s promises, joining each of them up with their Gospel fulfilment in Christ. A marvellous resource for children, parents, and Bible teachers.
Social Policy Analyst, The Christian Institute