Jesus in the Shaddows

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Seeing Jesus in the Bible’s most well-known Old Testament stories

“Jesus in the Shadows” is asking one big question: When Luke tells us in Luke 24:27 that Jesus showed His disciples “the things concerning Himself in all the Scriptures,” just how are we meant to take the word “all”? Was it intended to be figurative—just Jesus’ way of saying, “Hey, no worries, there are a few verses about Me in that book we all like so much, and when you figure them out, you can use them to write your own book and really get the word out”? Or did He mean something immeasurably more?

What if some of the most well-known Bible stories (like David and Goliath, Daniel in the Lions’ Den, and Jonah and the Whale) are really just Jesus-stories? What if when Luke used the word “all” he really meant ALL? What if the disciples have learned a new way to approach Scripture from the Master, Himself—having their minds opened to the true understanding that God’s plan has been right in front of His people the entire time Luke 24:45?

In “Jesus in the Shadows,” Eric Robinson looks very closely at seven of the most well-known Bible stories in all of Scripture, showing how they are actually just thinly-veiled descriptions of Jesus’ ultimate work of salvation. Written on a level for any Bible-believer (or any searching heart), Jesus in the Shadows will give a foundation of faith that God’s plan was written down in complete detail over centuries before Jesus’ body was laid in a manger in Bethlehem. You will never be able to read your Old Testament the same again.

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