Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John give four different views of the story of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Their accounts are compelling, but they give a fragmented and scattered view of Jesus' life. In this devotional, the author pieces together the life of Jesus within these accounts, walking readers through His life chronologically.
In the process, he seeks to answer questions such as:
- What would a typical day with Jesus have included?
- How did Christ interact with Scripture, especially messianic prophecies?
- When did the plot to kill Jesus begin, and how extensive was it?
- How many witnesses were there to the resurrection?
The author also examines how Jesus was first recognized as the Messiah and declared as the Son of God, whether any court declared Him innocent, and what Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John's insights tell us about Jesus and His teachings.
Thou Art the Christ provides a nonbreaking narrative of Jesus's life, connecting it to Old Testament prophecies about God's promise to send the Messiah for the whole world for any whosoever believing him.