Released in the UK March 2020
Released in the US March 2020
Trade paperback | 176 Pages
9781527104808 • £7.99 $9.99
BISAC – REL012120
It is crucial to know who we are. The world loves to label us – by our gender, by our ethnicity, by our job – but as Christians our identity is not in those labels. We are ‘in Christ’. We are united to him by faith. Knowing who we are in Christ gives us the security to be able worship him and to live for him. This devotional digs into what that means, how it impacts our lives, and why it matters most who God says we are.
Jean Gaffin (1936–2019), home maker and Christian school business manager, taught Bible studies and spoke at women’s conferences for many years. She was married to Richard Gaffin, Jr, with two sons and a daughter who predeceased her, and nine grandchildren.
Gaffin is both lively and profound as she opens up who we are in Christ. This book will make your heart sing because of union with Christ!
Author and Tutor for Women, Union School of Theology, Wales
‘Who am I?’ is one of the most important questions a person can ask. Who He Says I Am helps women understand how what Christ has done answers that very question. This Bible–centered, Christ–exalting study will help readers gain a greater understanding of how Christ transforms their identity through their union with Him.
Blogger and writer for ministries including Desiring God and The Gospel Coalition
With biblical wisdom coupled with an endearing modesty and practicality it takes us to the heart of living the Christian life. And, truth to tell, Who He Says I Am is simply a transcript of the Christ–reflecting life Jean Gaffin herself lived, as a woman who knew where her true identity was found.
Sinclair B. Ferguson
Chancellor’s Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi
… an accessible and insightful summary of Scriptural teaching that elevates the understanding, stirs the heart and encourages deeper study of and greater fidelity to God’s Word. Ideal for self–study, it is also an excellent guide for small groups and Bible studies.
President, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania