Released in the UK September 2021
Released in the US September 2021
Trade paperback | 176 Pages
9781527107236 • £8.99 $12.99
BISAC – REL012040
We are starving for want of wonder. In what we perceive to be the desert wasteland of daily life and regular responsibilities, our souls hunger for more. God tells us, over and over again, to focus our starving souls on the superb reality of who He is, what He is doing, and what He promises to do for all who trust in Him. And God’s invitation to glory in Him is nowhere more explicit than in the repeated command to ‘Behold.’ Justin O. Huffman invites us to meditate on ten of the occasions the command ‘Behold’ is used in the New Testament, and to feast on the wonderful truth we find there.
Justin Huffman is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary and pastored in the USA for 20 years. He is lead pastor of Morningstar in Toronto, where he lives with his wife Chau and their four children. Justin strives to awake wonder through God’s Word at justinhuffman.org and the Daily Devotion app.
… reorients our minds and hearts away from the small pleasures to the grand wonders of living in a world ruled by God’s sovereign hand. Refresh yourself in the streams of this thoroughly biblical worldview, that when adopted, will change everything.
Dustin W. Benge
Provost and professor, Union School of Theology, Bridgend, Wales
… points to the all glorious and the awesome – to the wondrous person and work of Jesus Christ. Dear reader, as you read ‘Behold’ may your heart be wonderstruck at the glories of who Christ is and what He has done.
Counselor, retreat speaker and author
Sometimes we yawn at God’s truths, not because his truths are dull but because our hearts are. In this book, Justin Huffman helps us recapture the beauty and the glory of God and His gospel. If you, like me, are in danger of taking God’s truth for granted, ‘Behold’ will help to reawaken your wonder and worship.
Pastor of Liberty Grace Church, Toronto, and author of ‘8 Habits for Growth: A Simple Guide to Becoming More like Christ’
Justin Huffman takes the familiar truths of Christ’s gospel and helps us to view them again with wonder—a sense of glory that both fascinates us and fills us with awe. Here is a book that focuses attention on Jesus and says, ‘Behold your God!’
Joel R. Beeke
President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan