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If you’re a Christian, you know that Jesus took the sin of all mankind upon Himself, to offer redemption and everlasting life to those who believe in Him. But did you know that in His own time, the Jews expected the Messiah to be a military leader who would liberate them from Rome? Our current understanding of Jesus and His role was very different from that of His contemporaries and the first disciples. This accessible, compulsively readable book tells the story of Jesus’ life with different twists. You’ll be enthralled by Jesus’ teachings, appreciate the significance of His power to perform miracles, and dig deeper into the meaning of some of His best-known parables. You’ll see the connections between Jesus and the prophecies of the Old Testament. You’ll walk alongside His first disciples and become entangled in the plot that led to His arrest, trial, and death. But most of all, you’ll see that although Jesus was obedient to His father in heaven, he bucked convention in his life on Earth—from the Romans and the Sanhedrin to everyday Jews and sometimes even His close friends, Jesus was perceived as a rebel who broke new ground in faith and action. Whether you are new to your faith journey or revisiting a well-loved road, this compelling guide to Jesus’ life and times is the extra insight you need to spark your soul.

Fairgoer748
Hey, man! How many books you write?
Gladys
Good morning! What does literary success look like to you?
Fairgoer748
As a human, I just want to know if what Joseph feels when he knew that Mary is pregnant
Fairgoer1014
I really like these new retellings of Bible stories. Made me appreciate the Scripture more.
Jane
Have you seen GOd?
Jane
Can you say how strong your faith is?
Jane
What made you write a biblical book?
Jacob R Klein
I have written 3 books so far.
Jacob R Klein
To me, literary success is not something I see as an ultimate goal. I just want to do my part in glorifying Jesus' name, and writing books is the best way I can do that.
Aiko Illara
You're a great author who encourages Christians to refine their faith. Wonderful! smile
Jacob R Klein
Oh, I am sure Joseph felt trapped, and maybe when he thought Mary was having an affair, a little less of a man.
Jacob R Klein
Thank you, Fairgoer1014 for your comments.
Jacob R Klein
Fairgoer988, I can't say I have seen God in that I know what he looks like, but I can see what he has done with his creation, plus all the details needed to make a human or an animal what they are today. As for my faith, I do have a strong faith in what the Bible says, although there are times when I could be a better example of what it means to live like Christ.
Jacob R Klein
As for why I wrote a biblical book, I just want to do something "big" for God. Back around 2012, 2013, I was at a point where I wanted to do something for God, but didn't know what. So I wrote a diary of sorts for the gospels, and that is when I realized how gifted of a writer I could be. The rest, as they say, is history.
Jacob R Klein
Vio Nielvis Tal, thank you for the compliment.
Jacob R Klein
I got a Christian Ed meeting to go to, but if you folks like, you can write to me here or send an email to me at [email protected]gmail.com. Thank you and God bless.
Fairgoer963
Hi Jacob! How did you came up with this amazing book cover? I love the 2 sides of the crowns, it really shows Jesus life just looking at the book cover
Fairgoer963
Did you personally design the cover?
Fairgoer1564
Does your family support your career as a writer?
Fairgoer963
I'm really curious how long did it take for you to complete this book? It must take a whole lot of research
Fairgoer37
What made you choose to write a book about Jesus?
Fairgoer37
I also see that you have a book about Stories of the Old Testament, can you tell us more about that book too?
Jacob R Klein
Any other questions?
Jacob R Klein
If there are no other questions, I bid you all good evening and God bless. Remember to check out my interview tomorrow at 5:30pm EST. Thank you all.
Fairgoer1756
Does your book was all based in the bible?
Fairgoer1756
What is the difference of the New testament and Old Testament?
Mira
Truly amazing didn’t think of wine changing incident that way.
Fairgoer1771
I like the you talk about the apostles. I like the stories of how Peter, Nathanael, and Matthew joined Jesus' ministry.
Fairgoer1756
Do you believe in prophecies?
Fairgoer1756
Who inspired you to read bible?
Jacob R Klein
Anyone else have a question!
Jacob R Klein
If no one else has a question, that's okay. There will be more booth sessions to come.
Mira
Are there greater or lesser degrees of miracles?
Mira
What does it take to prove that a miracle has taken place?
Fairgoer1874
Have you ever experienced an appointment that God set for you? How did you know? Was it hard or easy to keep it?
Fairgoer383
How did Jesus discovered his miraculous power?
Mira
What is your favorite miracle?
Fairgoer991
Do you sometimes questioned God for not answering your prayers?
Fairgoer1964
I have read a commentary that the priest and the levite wanted to help but they were on their way to temple ceremony so they can't defile themselves. And also, the path was teeming with robbers, and the priest and levite thought the wounded man could be a ploy for robbers.
Fairgoer2080
I wonder why 30 pieces of silver? Why 30? And why silver and not gold?
Marco
Looks like questions and comments are minimal. Everybody seems be focusing on the session, remembering the story of our savior.
Gladys
Gladys on Thank you for everything. It has been refreshing to watch your session. Needed that little nudge for my faith.
Fairgoer2221
did you have any idea how are we created?
Mira
Hi Jacob!I'm just curious about the part that the Messiah to be a military. I just saw this in the synopsis of your book
Fairgoer2221
How many disciples ? Is it 12 or 13?
Fairgoer2221
Yes, but conspiracy theories said that its 13 included Mary Magdalaene.
Fairgoer2221
and also I heard but I don't believe that Mary Magdalene is a lover of Jesus.
Fairgoer748
HAHAHA what is the genre of this book?
Fairgoer991
How can I know God’s will for my life?
Howard Martin
How can you defend your book if someone will give a comment to it or critics?
Fairgoer748
What drives you to write this book?
Howard Martin
How do you interpret dreams?
Fairgoer1406
Just want to know if you like Jesus Christ Superstar?
Fairgoer1406
I will check your book later, do you have a website?
Bob
Wow, nice prayer. Thank you so much for your time! God bless you.
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If you’re a Christian, you know that Jesus took the sin of all mankind upon Himself, to offer redemption and everlasting life to those who believe in Him. But did you know that in His own time, the Jews expected the Messiah to be a military leader who would liberate them from Rome? Our current understanding of Jesus and His role was very different from that of His contemporaries and the first disciples. This accessible, compulsively readable book tells the story of Jesus’ life with different twists. You’ll be enthralled by Jesus’ teachings, appreciate the significance of His power to perform miracles, and dig deeper into the meaning of some of His best-known parables. You’ll see the connections between Jesus and the prophecies of the Old Testament. You’ll walk alongside His first disciples and become entangled in the plot that led to His arrest, trial, and death. But most of all, you’ll see that although Jesus was obedient to His father in heaven, he bucked convention in his life on Earth—from the Romans and the Sanhedrin to everyday Jews and sometimes even His close friends, Jesus was perceived as a rebel who broke new ground in faith and action. Whether you are new to your faith journey or revisiting a well-loved road, this compelling guide to Jesus’ life and times is the extra insight you need to spark your soul.

King of Kings, Rebel of Rebels: The Savior Story

If you’re a Christian, you know that Jesus took the sin of all mankind upon Himself, to offer redemption and everlasting life to those who believe in Him. But did you know that in His own time, the Jews expected the Messiah to be a military leader who would liberate them from Rome? Our current understanding of Jesus and His role was very different from that of His contemporaries and the first disciples. This accessible, compulsively readable book tells the story of Jesus’ life with different twists. You’ll be enthralled by Jesus’ teachings, appreciate the significance of His power to perform miracles, and dig deeper into the meaning of some of His best-known parables. You’ll see the connections between Jesus and the prophecies of the Old Testament. You’ll walk alongside His first disciples and become entangled in the plot that led to His arrest, trial, and death. But most of all, you’ll see that although Jesus was obedient to His father in heaven, he bucked convention in his life on Earth—from the Romans and the Sanhedrin to everyday Jews and sometimes even His close friends, Jesus was perceived as a rebel who broke new ground in faith and action. Whether you are new to your faith journey or revisiting a well-loved road, this compelling guide to Jesus’ life and times is the extra insight you need to spark your soul.

Stories of the Old Testament

Want To Look at the Bible from a Different Perspective? Then you have come to the right book. Anybody can explain to you what certain passages of the Bible mean and how they apply to your daily life. However, not too often do you see it in a simple language that the average, common, 9-to-5 person can understand. The best part is, though, that the perspective comes not from a theologian or minister like other Christian books, but from an average Joe, or in this case, Jake, who happened to be inspired to write something for the average person.