Stewart Whittemore asks the most penetrating question of our age. Who is this Jesus whom we serve? Who do you say that He is? Stu brings a fresh perspective of Jesus, the Messiah in the Hebrew Scriptures, the Lord of Hosts, the prophetic teacher who met the disciples on the Road to Emmaus, and whose presence extends before and beyond the order of Melchizedek. I guarantee you will be blessed by reading But who do you say that I am? Chaplain Sandi Richard', M.Div., BCC The Bible just did not make sense to me So I was surprised when Stewart Whittemore sent me a draft copy of (his) latest book and asked me to review and edit his writings. I began the task, looking at grammar, spelling and sentence structure. Soon, I comprehended a clear view into God's story and how life in the Old Testament foretold future events that would take place in the New Testament, at the coming of His Son, Jesus of Nazareth. Stewart's clear writing with biblical references, comparing the old and new testaments, allowed me to finally gain an understanding and appreciation into the meaning, content and truth in God's Holy Bible: It is HIS Story to us, HIS children Bette Jo Martinoli Ultimately, we must all decide who the Christ is, and that decision will set the course of our lives for all eternity. Join Stewart in a walk through God's ancient word to his chosen people. Your heart will burn at revelations of His work to save those who believe in the One and Only God and His Son whom he would send. Please, don't miss this intimate offer to walk, learn, and choose life. Dave Wright, author of Not Enough Tears.