Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | January 9, 2013

‘I Am That I Am’ great Bible resource to include in your library

I amJudy Azar LeBlanc’s “I Am That I Am Tracing the Footprints of God” is more than a reference book.  It is a comprehensive study of God and how He has worked throughout history.  The book contains commentaries by Bible scholars, archaeological images, charts, tables all to explain and expound on the covenants of God from the beginning (Genesis) to Christ’s resurrection.

This is a great resource for personal Bible study, Bible teachers, and pastors.  LeBlanc has included as much information as can be included in one book. From the expansive material included in a description of all of the covenants in the Bible to the post-resurrection miracles, God’s character, attributes, nature, sovereignty, etc.

It’s obvious LeBlanc has done extensive research and written in a simple, easy-to-read format that does not bog the reader down with unnecessary data or tiresome descriptions.  This book should be in every Bible student’s library.

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