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Overview Read your Bible as one book with one introduction, one story, one conclusion. Discover a unifying theme woven throughout the Scriptures from Genesis to Revelation unveiling God's purpose for you in a fresh new way.
Publishers Description Read the Bible as one book with one introduction, one story, and one conclusion. Bob Sjogren unlocks the unifying theme of Scripture from Genesis to Revelation: God redeeming people from every tongue, tribe, and nation.
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More About Bob Sjogren
Currently, Bob and his wife, Debby, their four children and his mother reside in Richmond, Virginia.
Bob Sjogren currently resides in Richmong, in the state of Virginia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Unveiled at Last?
Life-Changing Book! Dec 21, 2005
This book by Bob Sjogren has been an absolute God send for me - it has helped me to clarify the message of the Bible - the continuous message of God's love that goes out to the world - from the beginning through the Book of Revelation. This book has been a real eye opener. I have come to love the heart of Bob Sjogren. He has a gift with words as is evident in this book - with communicating the heart of God for the world that he so loves. I thought I understood this idea of the continuous message of the love of God for the world / nations, but Bob Sjogren has made it apparent that I had much yet to learn! Thanks Bob for great teaching!
Life changing. Jan 7, 2001
From my experiences growing up Christian, Missions was never talked about. I heard about Christ's love through the gospel, but this book really puts into perspective the bigger picture. The larger perspective penetrates all of history and culminates at the end of time where people from "every" ethnic group are giving glory to God. The books makes its case by extensively citing the Bible. It opened my eyes to verses and passages that I never quite understood before. It changed my perspective from seeing missions as one part of the Christian life as to driving motivation for all ministries. As I pondered the concepts more and wrote papers on the subject, I realized that fullness of God's love for me to a greater depth. Read it for yourself.
Good to read, but problematic May 1, 2000
The basic premise of the "Be blessed and pass those blessings to others" is good, and very insightful, but that only goes for about 5 chapters, and then he changes the whole premise for the book to "missionaries are only those who go to unreached people groups", which is a common theology of missions today. It seemed like he wanted to use the first to prove the latter, and that seemed like a stretch. I wished he would have kept to the original subject, as he could have gone a lot deeper into it. Still, the first half of the book is really good, worthwhile reading.
(It's a required text for mission majors at Liberty University, and everyone gets it online because the book supplier for the school is awful, so that's why Lynchburg is #1 for buying this book... :)
Illustrates God's plan for world evangelism from creation. Jun 17, 1999
The "Great Commission" of the gospels was a review of the Old Testament mandate found in Genesis 12. I [God] will bless you [Isreael], and you are to bless the nations. Bob Sjogren explains familiar Old and New Testament passages using the "top line" and "bottom line" blessing formula. For example, after David kills Goliath, in I Samuel 17, the purpose is not just that Israel will be saved from the Philistines (top line) but that the whole world will know that there is a God in Israel (bottom line). The question of why Israel did not lead a truly active missionary role in the Old Testament is also addressed. The book reveals God's plan of salvation and challenges Christians today to put their blessings to work to bless the nations with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I highly recommend this book to all who wonder at the unity between the Old and New Testaments, and who have any level of interest in missions. We are blessed to bless the nations!