Book Review: The Greatest Words Ever Spoken


I just want to start right off the bat by saying this book is fantastic. Whether you are a pastor or just someone who loves digging into God’s word, this book is a must-have reference. If you are anything like me you know that Jesus said something about something but you have no idea where it is or how to find it. This book takes every word spoken by Jesus and puts in order by topic.

It is an easily followed book that will become indispensable to you. Order a copy of it and start using a reference book that has been sorely needed.

You can buy the book at Random House.


Here is the official Summary:

The Greatest Words Ever Spoken by Steven K. Scott

Every Word of Jesus Right at Your Fingertips

Haven’t you wished you could ask Jesus any question and get his immediate help with the biggest problems you face? Now you can.

For the first time ever, all of the statements Jesus made in the New Testament have been brought together and organized under more than 200 topics. When you want to know his will in a specific area of life, or you’re seeking the answer to a perplexing question, or you are desperate for his encouragement, comfort, or wisdom–you can easily find the help you need.
The moment you turn to the appropriate topic heading, you will have access to the breadth of Jesus’ teaching on that subject. You can also use this book as a guide for studying Jesus’ wisdom on any topic of interest, such as prayer, forgiveness, eternity, anger, temptation, relationships, grace, or knowing God.
As you immerse yourself in Jesus’ words, your life and relationships will be transformed, and your faith and spiritual passion will be renewed. Let the greatest words ever spoken bring new vision, power, and joy into your life–one statement at a time.

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One Response to Book Review: The Greatest Words Ever Spoken

  1. Ginny says:

    Appreciate your comments on Harp and Bowl. I’ve just finished posting thoughts on worship that came out of this morning’s reading of Heights of Delight. I’m looking for a website to connect to the post and am having a hard time finding one that’s not just selling books. I’ve found yours and I like it, so, if you don’t mind, I’ll reference your site in my blog post.

    God bless your ministry in leading the Church toward intercessory worship!

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