Meeting the Mystery

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Format: Paperback

Vendor: AMG Publishers

Publication Date: September 15, 2014


ISBN: 089957579X

ISBN-13: 9780899575797

Number of Pages: 160

Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)

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In Meeting the Mystery: Seeing Jesus Through the Eyes of the People He Met, you’ll meet some of those people and their stories retold by master storyteller, Steven James. Sometimes we know their names; sometimes we don’t. Sometimes we know how their stories ended; sometimes they’ve disappeared into the sands of time. In every case, though, the stories you’re about to read are based on actual, true events.
All of these storytellers met the Story himself. Much of the material is drawn directly from Scripture. Other stories are more speculative. Details and dialogue are sometimes added to make it easier to see and hear the stories unfold. But great care is taken in each story to be faithful as possible to both the spirit and intent of the biblical record.
Jesus knew that the best way to teach people the truth was to wrap it up in a story. As you read these stories, you’ll discover the truth for yourself. The truth about Jesus. The truth about the Mystery. And there’s no turning back. Once you’ve been shown the truth that lies at the heart of the Mystery, once you’ve met him for yourself, you’ll never be the same again.

Author Info

Steven James is the author of many books including the bestselling, award-winning thrillers The Pawn, The Rook, The Knight, The Bishop, and The Queen. He’s a contributing editor to Writer’s Digest Magazine and Publishers Weekly calls him “[A] master storyteller at the peak of his game.” Steven likes chicken fajitas, science fiction movies, and outdoor sports. When he’s not writing, trail running, or drinking really strong coffee, he’s hanging out with his wife and three daughters at their home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee.

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