BOOK: Who Is Jesus?

Who is Jesus? 1st Century Eyewitnesses Tell Their Stories

Who is Jesus? We can read history books, like Antiquity of the Jews by Josephus, to discover his identity. Or we can read the Bible. We can ask our pastor or church-going friends who seem to have a definite opinion on the subject. The reality is that we each must decide for ourselves who Jesus is, deep down and personal. C.S. Lewis once said that Jesus of Nazareth was either a liar, a lunatic, or the Lord of all. Perhaps the most important decision we will make in this life is which of those three he is to us.

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After the Wise Men encountered Jesus, they chose a different path. We don’t know why. We only know that they were emboldened to do so. Their choice changed the world.

The storytellers in this book lived in the First Century AD. Their stories are recorded in the Bible. Discover the choices they made when they came face to face with the knowledge of who Jesus is.

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What are people saying about this book?

 “There is a boundary between imagination and inspiration.  This is a difficult area to demarcate.  Cheryl Wills has managed to find a path through imagination to inspiration.  Her book celebrates the best of Christian mystical tradition by taking the reader from the information provided in Holy Scripture to its most profound and personal consequences.  When I read her words I am reminded of the words of the hymn, “Were you there?”  Cheryl leads us there with her Spirit-filled reflections.”  Fr. John D. Bolderson, PhD
“Cheryl Wills has  a wonderful way to express the faith of biblical people as that faith arises in response to being with Jesus. I felt like I was there. “
Nancy HC Ward,
, Catholic author and speaker
“Cheryl Wills has written a beautiful, compelling book – a collection of ‘you are there’ stories. It’s especially rich in human descriptive language that speaks to every emotion. It will confirm your faith, affirm your hope, and draw you into a closer relationship with a God that loves you. A ‘must have’ at your bedside or prayer group. The book is a tribute to a writer that really ‘gets it.'”
Patricia L. Mitchell, Teacher (retired)

“Just a note to let you know how much I enjoyed reading your book, Who is Jesus?  I really was able to feel and smell each scene of the Gospel stories.  I will sing the praises to those I know far and wide.  I truly hope many others will have an opportunity to read this great work of yours.” Carol  Sikorski, OSF


“Today I ordered another book from amazon because when I started on my nook,  I decided I wanted to hold it as I read it and be able to underline and make notes as I often do. I’m really looking forward to reading it.  Thank you again.” Cathy V


“Reading Who Is Jesus transported me around the world and back in time to be present with my Lord and Savior when He walked this earth.” Margaret Hall, OSF


“Thank you for introducing me to your new book.  I am enjoying it immensely.” J. Knudsen


“Hi Cheryl, I just wanted to let you how your book is touching me! I just finished reading the story of the paralytic man…it’s causing me to love the Bible more and realize just how living and active it is. Glory to God! Thank you.” Jane Frisch


“All my life I’ve been reading the stories of Jesus in the Bible with blinders on. As I read Who is Jesus? the stories I know by rote became “living color”. Suddenly I could look around and see the environment, smell the dirt, and feel the emotion in the people. She has successfully built a bridge between a story from Sunday School and the life changing event for those people of Palestine. Well done!”
Karen Fili Sullivan, Speaker and Author: The Zen of Weight Loss: A Mindful, Livable Approach to Fitness


About The Author

Cheryl Ann Wills is an author and entrepreneur. From childhood through college and the workplace, she has been a writer. Her writing varies from non-fiction to children’s stories. This is her first published work of fiction.

Her passion is to give back to society by making a difference. This she does by writing what she hopes will open hearts to life-changing ideas, by teaching children to read to increase their future value to themselves and society, and by teaching people how wise health choices can be foundational to fulfilling our destiny.

She and her husband Ed have three fabulous daughters and two happy dogs. Family time, photography and painting, cycling and hiking help her maintain balance in life. Daily prayer and meditation keep Cheryl centered.

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