Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

In this sweeping overview of the Bible, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section--the Law, history, poetry, epistles--points to God's eternal love for you and the good news of redemption through Christ. You'll find yourself drawn to the Bible like never before as you begin to see Jesus on every page....

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Title:Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation
Author:Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
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Genres:Christian
ISBN:0764218018
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation Reviews

  • Becky
    Jun 08, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

  • Jessica
    Aug 08, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jenny
    May 16, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Debbie
    Apr 22, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

  • Kathryn
    Mar 12, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Deon
    Jun 29, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jami Buchanan
    Apr 20, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jill
    Dec 28, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Ronja
    Jun 01, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

  • Beth
    Aug 08, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Amy
    May 03, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

  • Jeanie
    Aug 08, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Cathy
    Oct 01, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Alina
    Aug 10, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Amanda Singleton
    May 10, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Heidi
    Nov 14, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Chris Land
    May 25, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Susan
    Jun 13, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    Dec 27, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Liz
    Sep 27, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Joan
    May 21, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

  • Joanne
    Mar 09, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Dan
    May 30, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Rachel
    Feb 25, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Kendra Fletcher
    Apr 09, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

  • Yvonne Reynolds
    Apr 15, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Amanda
    Jun 29, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Kristen
    Dec 27, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Beverly
    Apr 20, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Robin Williams
    Apr 26, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Sarah
    Nov 30, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jen Trich nevil
    May 29, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Ben
    May 22, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

  • Debbie
    Apr 14, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Kayla
    May 03, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Emmanuel Igunbor
    May 07, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jessica
    Nov 23, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Rachel
    Aug 10, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Ruth Gavin
    Jan 21, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Sara Mast
    May 18, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Tori Moralez
    Jan 07, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Maddie
    Mar 10, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jessie Young
    Jun 05, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

  • Brice Davis
    Feb 27, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Lacey
    Apr 25, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jackie Long
    May 31, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

  • Jenny
    Feb 25, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Catherine brown
    Sep 26, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Dara Sandy
    Mar 12, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Jami Balmet
    May 11, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Kellyn Wilson
    Aug 17, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Lauren Kennedy
    Mar 01, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Brittany
    Jan 09, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • April Williams
    Dec 04, 2017

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Laura Bailey Graves
    Feb 25, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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  • Domoina
    Jun 18, 2018

    I?m a fan of Elyse Fitzpatrick?s writing because without fail, she highlights Jesus Christ, front and center. Here, she beautifully points to the gospel over and over throughout her discussion of scripture. She makes me want to read the Bible. She reminds the reader that there ...

    "Reading this book made me want to read my Bible," said a recommendation touting "Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation." That was enough for me to request it to review (thanks, Bethany House!). I'm currently on a two-year plan to read through the Bible. I've done severa...

    First sentence: Jesus loves women. He has loved us since the beginning, even from before the words "in the beginning..." were written. I have conflicting thoughts on Elyse Fitzpatrick's newest book, Finding the Love of Jesus From Genesis to Revelation. I do. On one hand, it's a b...

    Fitzpatrick looks at the story of Jesus and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus and concludes, ?All of Moses' writings, the Psalms, and the Prophets were actually about him, his suffering, his glorification.? (Loc 1654/2159) She is quite clear that the Old Testament does not mer...

    There is quite a bit in this book about seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and it is so good! It is a wonderful textbook and teaching tool presenting the reality that we can see the truth of the Gospel and the revelation of Jesus Christ on every page of Scripture. It is a great remi...

    Finding the Love of Jesus is quite possibly my new favorite book. Within the first chapter I found I couldn't put it down! This is a book about reading the Word the way it is meant to be read: less about me and all about God. If on the Emmaus Road after His resurrection, Jesus took tim...

    In the first third of this book, the author talked about who was on the road to Emmaus with Jesus and what she was going to talk about in the rest of the book. I got impatient waiting for the actual study to begin, then I was disappointed with how brief the study was. Anyway, the autho...

    Ever wonder what the point of reading the Bible is? It's just a history book. What does it mean for me today? I can't understand it. Do any of these thoughts go through your head when someone mentions the Bible? This book is here to help you; to answer your questions and help you see h...

    Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. In her book, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section and books of the Bible points to Jesus and God's eter...

    As one who has struggled understanding the Love of God for me personally, this book really hit home for me! I loved the way Elyse draws our attention to God and His plan of redemption because of His great love for us- especially women!- throughout the sections of Scripture. Each chapte...

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