What the seven last utterances of Christ on the cross, the seven "I Am" statements of Jesus, and the seven letters to the church in Revelation mean to us today.
If there are places in your heart and corners of your mind that feel just as deep and dark and inaccessible as outer space, this book is for you. Fight as you may, unearthing the happiness and fulfillment you long for can feel nearly impossible.
In Psalm 8 David urges us to consider the heavens, to look up at the night sky. Doing so will help you discover fundamental truths about God. Namely, that-even though his love for you is as beyond comprehension as the farthest corners of the universe-through his Son, you can grab hold of it, and it has the power to transform your inner space. Bestselling author Levi Lusko shares how you can:
learn that life is not about "finding yourself" but discovering who Jesus is
believe that God's love and forgiveness is grander than even your greatest failure
buck the mundane of everyday life and start dreaming again
Embark on an adventure tracing the words and wonders of Jesus on his trek to the cross. Let The Last Supper on the Moon compel you to live with a more profound sense of purpose and a grander view of Jesus, and set you on a trajectory to life, and life more abundantly.
Tell us a bit about yourself:
I am a hairstylist & make-up artist by trade. I am also a qualified Christian counsellor. I thoroughly enjoy being part of people's transformation journeys inside and out. My husband and I serve on the Eldership team at Venture Church, Fairland. I enjoy reading partnered with some good chocolate. I like the quote by Lecrae: "If you live for people's acceptance, you will die from their rejection".
Name of Book:
The Last Supper On The Moon.
What drew you to read this book:
Definitely the title, as I was under the impression it's a fiction novel. To my surprise, it's not. It's way more adventurous than the title suggests.
What impact did this book have on your life?:
This book addresses so many different areas of our humanness with Jesus, our calling as His disciples and how to walk out this adventurous Christian life. Starting at our true identity, the thief that is comparison, the fact that God wired us to explore, and our need for grace. And lots and lots of facts about the moon landing in 1969, that I certainly never knew.
In a paragraph, what is the main point of this book?:
This book points us to Jesus and all He did on the cross for us. Ps 89:36-37 says: "That this line will continue forever and his throne endure before me like the sun; it will be established forever like the moon, the faithful witness in the sky." As long as we keep our eyes focused on Jesus and His bigness that compares to the moon and outer space, we will find peace and purpose in our inner space. When our focus is on Jesus and His calling, we can stop wishing He gave us someone else's calling.
Who would benefit from reading this book?:
Anyone who enjoys an adventure partnered with some crazy moon landing facts and a creative rollercoaster of reading.
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