Eats with Sinners: Loving Like Jesus, by Arron Chambers. On the back cover Arron really states what he wants to achieve in this book . . . “Jesus regularly ate with sinners — people in need of God, just like you and me. Why? Because Jesus longed to eat with them in heaven.” That’s a great and crucial statement! As you read the book, you will note how often Jesus involved Himself in the life of sinners. It almost seemed like He would rather hang out with sinners than with the religious folks, who did need Jesus, as well.
He explains we are all sinners and fall short of the glory of God. Arron’s call to the reader is to regularly hang out with sinners and actually eat with them and demonstrate the love of God to these folks who don’t know Jesus.
As Arron moves through the book, each chapter discusses strategies, but more than that, he opens the readers eyes to various character traits and fruits of the Spirit to pass on to others. For example, chapter titles are Integrity, Accessibility, Grace, Mercy, Faith, Tolerance, and many more. The chapters average about 15 pages and are easy to read.
He makes the approach taken by Jesus to seem rather easy and uncomplicated. Which it really is, but we mess it up. Jesus sought out lost people, people who were on the fringes and He engaged them. Notwithstanding the fact that many of these people also sought out Jesus, because they knew He was very approachable.
He explained church programs are well intentioned but they don’t usually help people come to know Jesus. We can have the greatest buildings and more, but what will change the world will be Christians demonstrating Christ to those who don’t Know Christ.
Overall, this was a very good book. There is a great deal to take in and possibly put into practice.
I received this book from Tyndale in exchange for an open and honest review.
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