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The Expected One: Anticipating All of Jesus in the Advent Hardcover – October 1, 2014
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About the Author
David Platt is the pastor of The Church at Brook Hills, a four-thousand-member congregation in Birmingham, Alabama. Widely regarded as an exceptional expositor, David has traveled and taught around the world. He holds two undergraduate and three advanced degrees, including a doctorate from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. David has written two books, The New York Times Bestseller Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream and Radical Together: Unleashing the People of God for the Purpose of God. David and Heather were married in 1999. They are the parents of three children, Caleb, Joshua and Mara Ruth.
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At two years old, my daughter is a bit young for this, but I feel that the book really helped me this Advent. The book gave me a fresh look at not only the New Testament Christmas passages, but at the Old Testament prophesies and promises, as well as the great truths of the gospel in the New Testament letters. What a great reminder that He is in all of the Word, from the Law to the Prophets and beyond!
Though the chapters are very short (most are barely two Kindle pages long, including questions!), I feel that this has a couple big advantages. First of all, I got the feeling that they're just too short to skip! Why not do this every day? :) Second of all, they leave room for thought and discussion, and perhaps a carol or two - and less room for distraction from little ones, since there's not too much to say!
I'm looking forward to going through this one with my family next year! Great little book, and worthy of David Platt's high praise!