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Love Walked Among Us by Paul Miller
His name is recognized the world over. Christians claim to follow him. Muslims honor him as a prophet. And many Jewish rabbis regard him as a great teacher. Everyone knows about Jesus, but how many of us fully understand what he was like as a person?
Nowhere was the vitality of Jesus more visible than in his love, a love unlike any the world has ever seen. Compassionate, honest, powerful, humble, and sacrificial – Jesus was love personified, love walking among us. Such an example doesn’t just happen. How did he do it? And how can we learn to love like him?
In Love Walked Among Us, Paul Miller invites us to get to know Jesus, to observe his life and his love as they unfold in the gospel narratives. The accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John – combined with Miller’s own life stories – will encourage us to imitate Jesus’ way of loving people. We’ll investigate such questions as:
- How do you love someone when you get no love in return?
- How do you love without being trapped or used by another person?
- How do you love when you have your own problems?
- When do you take care of yourself?
In every way, Jesus’ life exemplifies the full potential of what we were intended to be. And the better we know him, the more we will be drawn to follow his perfect example.
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Length: 272 pages
Size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
- Part One: Love Shows Compassion
- 1. A Mind Full of Someone Else
- 2. Looking Shapes the Heart
- 3. “I Know What’s Best for You”
- 4. “I’m Better than You”
- 5. “This is What You Should Do”
- 6. The Golden Rule
- Part Two: Love Speaks the Truth
- 7. A Time to Speak Up
- 8. Honest Anger
- 9. A Time to Shut Up
- 10. “I Know How Hard It Is; I Do the Same Thing”
- Part Three: Love Depends on God
- 11. The Secret to Love
- 12. Saying “No” to Someone You Love
- 13. Saying “No” to Self-Gratification
- 14. Saying “Yes” to Gentle Intrusion
- Part Four: Love is Energized by Faith
- 15. Faith Empowers Love
- 16. Faith Means Losing Control
- 17. The Intimate Stranger
- 18. Oneness
- Part Five: Love Moves Through Death into Life
- 19. The Way of Humility
- 20. Facing Sadness
- 21. A Symphony of Love
- 22. His Life for Ours
- 23. The Birth of Hope
- 24. Opening the Door
“For a great glimpse at our great Savior, open this book! You'll be glad you did. (I was!)” — Max Lucado, Author “To see Jesus is to see what love, indeed, looks like. Paul Miller gives us a fresh look in this wonderful book.” — Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder of Joni & Friends and Author “In Love Walked Among Us, Paul Miller brings us in touch with the life of Jesus, and Jesus will change our lives. This book will move you and revive hope in your life. I couldn't put it down.” — Tremper Longman III, Professor of Biblical Studies, Westmont College and Author "One of the most difficult things about being a Christian for very long is that you can miss Jesus. Sometimes our religious systems make Him so ethereal that He is no longer relevant to anything but theological polemics and doctrinal propositions. This book will 'wash out' your soul and once again draw you to the One who loves you beyond anything you could possibly imagine. I needed it because sometimes I forget." — Steve Brown, Professor of Preaching, Reformed Theological Seminary, Author and "Key Life" Bible Teacher "Love Walked Among Us is authentic 'shoe leather' Christianity. Anyone who wants to grow in his or her relationship with God and other people will profit from this book." — Jerry Bridges, Author of The Pursuit of Holiness “No figure casts a greater shadow over history than Jesus. No being brings more light to life than Jesus. Paul Miller, a man who knows darkness and has encountered light, graces our lives with a multicolored, richly textured portrait of Jesus. No person is more important to know, nor more difficult to describe, than Jesus. Our misconceptions blind us and our familiarity with him numbs us. This work brings not only a compelling clarity to our misunderstandings, but a life-changing encounter with his presence that frees us to call him our friend and our God.” — Dan B. Allender, President, Mars Hill Graduate School and Author
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