Which Text Did Jesus Use?

Ever wondered which specific verses Jesus may have shared with his disciples when “beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself”? (See Luke 24:27.) In this month’s free book, From Bondage to Liberty, Anthony Selvaggio offers us a clear perspective on that thought-provoking verse—and much more.

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This unique volume focuses on the redemptive aspects of Moses’ life and ministry as recorded in Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy—the same texts Jesus would have used in his teaching. You’ll read about the importance of Moses in the unfolding of God’s salvation plan, and how he is a precursor to the Lord, who is the mediator of a new and better covenant.

Joel Beeke, president of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, says that Selvaggio “draws us into the story of Moses in a most personal way. In concise and stirring chapters, he shows us the beauties of the Lord Jesus and teaches us practical lessons about godliness.”

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In this volume, Derek Thomas provides an insightful overview of the early Church. He helps us identify with the first believers and see how the gospel shaped their lives as they scattered “to the ends of the earth.” Get it for just $4.99.

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  1. Pastor Simpson says:

    In the past if we did not like the free book of the month we could select from another sales list and at check out use the coupon code to get the book at no cost – is this still an option?