Mini Review: Finding the Love of Jesus, from Genesis to Revelation by Elyse Fitzpatrick

"How long has it been since you felt a passion on excitement about spending time in the Word?" (21)

Title:  Finding the Love of Jesus, from Genesis to Revelation
Authors: Elyse Fitzpatrick
Publisher: Bethany House
Release Date:  April 3, 2018
Genre: Non-Fiction / Christian Living
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Learn the Secret to Delighting in God's Word 

Sometimes reading the Bible feels like just another obligation, something else to check off your to-do list. But Scripture is so much more than a book of rules and regulations. The Bible is about Jesus and his love for you!

Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section of the Bible--the Law, history, poetry, the epistles--points to God's eternal love and the good news of redemption through his Son. You'll find yourself drawn to the Bible like never before as you begin to see Jesus on every page.

Discussion questions make this a great book for individual or small-group study.


Finding the Love of Jesus, from Genesis to Revelation has a title that interests, excite and even encourage. This new devotional-esque Bible Study by Elyse Fitzpatrick has all the hallmark of a great personal and group study. I think it is a great idea with a premise that says more than it delivered. Not that it isn't good. I'm particularly fond of the question area titled "Open Bible, Open Heart." However, I think because the author focuses much of trying to write to her target audience of females, there's a certain level of assertiveness that doesn't always bode well for me. Despite that, I do think there are some great points and does encourage me to read the Bible more to see her point.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. This is my honest opinion.

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