“Finish the sentence, “Jesus became real when….”
Often our walk with the Lord is relegated to an afterthought when life is good. It takes a tragedy, a bad medical prognosis, or news of an impending crisis to force us to our knees.
It is precisely during those times when Jesus becomes a more realized presence in our hearts and lives.
I’ve recently seen some friends who nearly lost a newborn express this sentiment saying, “I can say this was a time of depth with my God that I did not know existed.”
This sentiment perfectly illustrates the premise of this book.
“Jesus became real when I came to the end of me.”
I was asked to review Kyle Idleman’s new book, The End of Me: Where Real Life in the Upside-Down Ways of Jesus Begins.