This is a new edition of an old book, repackaged for today. As ever, the writings of the late Warren Wiersbe elevate Christ and warm the soul. This isn’t a book of dry doctrine, but rather theological truths made relevant in a heart-warming but challenging way.
Wiersbe explores 14 names for Jesus in the Old and New Testaments in this book. Here is a quotation from the book:
‘He came to do a carpenter’s work – to build and repair our lives so that we become things of beauty for his glory. He follows a carpenter’s methods, patiently fulfilling the plan that he has for us. And in order to make all this possible, he died a carpenter’s death on a cruel cross. The hands that shape our lives are wounded hands, loving hands, skilled hands, powerful hands, so we don’t have to be afraid. His hands can do anything, but what he does for us is limited by our faith. “According to your faith let it be to you.” Matt 9:29. He is able? Are we willing?’