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Book Review ~ Jesus, Day by Day: A One-year through-the-Bible Devotional to Help You See Him on Every Page By Sharon Kaselonis

About the Book


This unique 365-day devotional infuses your daily Bible reading with deeper meaning, helping you develop the habit of looking for signs of Jesus woven throughout Scripture while meditating on the Bible with a chronological one-year reading plan.

Jesus is the very essence of the Scriptures. The Old Testament points to Him and the New Testament reveals Him. If we look for Him, we will find Him on every page and in every story. When reading through the lens of Jesus, we find purpose in the Old Testament sacrifices; pictures of our Savior in the rejection and heartache of Joseph; a future hope pointing directly to Christ in the sweet love story of Ruth and Boaz; and meaning to even the deepest sorrows in Job.

This daily devotional will help you learn to recognize Jesus written on every page of God’s story. Come along on a journey that will…
– guide you in reading the entire Bible, chronologically, in one year
– help you see connections to Jesus throughout the Old Testament
– deepen your understanding of the themes of Scripture
– inspire you with 365 daily devotions to strengthen your love for Jesus and intensify your appreciation for God’s Word

Jesus, Day by Day will bring renewed life to your devotional time as you learn to recognize God’s plan of love, mercy, and grace woven through every page of Scripture.

Category

Religious/Christian/Non-fiction

Genre

Christian Living/Devotional

Rating

4.5 Stars

Review


Jesus, Day by Day is a remarkable devotional that not only takes you through the entire Bible in one year, but the author meticulously combs through each read Scripture to point out the threads that shape Jesus in the pages, in both Old or New Testament—as it has been rightly said numerous times that Jesus is the Word, the Old being Jesus concealed, and the New, Jesus revealed. This devotional shines the light for this truth to be clearly seen.

Interestingly, Kaselonis does a fine job of not making this study tedious or difficult to accomplish, as is seen with a lot of through-the-year schemes. Her structure and short essays allow a reader to be done in less than 20 minutes. For anyone interested in reading through the entire Bible in a year with the hope of seeing Jesus through its entire pages, as well as understanding how the Old and New are interconnected, this is a fine material to begin with.

About the Author


Sharon Kaselonis is an attorney, homeschool mom, writer, speaker, and educator whose passion is to inspire believers to read, know, and study the Bible for themselves. Previously, she practiced law in the washington, DC, area before serving as the director of women’s ministry at a large church in Jacksonville, Oregon. Sharon and her husband, Ray, live in Scottsdale, Arizona, with their children.