Adamant by Lisa Bevere – Book Review

Adamant

Adamant: Finding Truth In a Universe Of Opinions – Book Review

Over the past year or so, I have fallen in love with the words in the Bible. When I read Scripture, I not only want to know what the Bible says, but I want to dig deep into God’s Word and understand what each individual word in the Bible means. I’ve found that when you begin to study the words in their original languages, you begin to open up Scripture in an entirely new way. Understanding God’s Word – individually and collectively – brings deep theological truths to life.

If you enjoy studying Scripture in this way, you’re going to enjoy reading Adamant: Finding Truth In A Universe Of Opinions by Lisa Bevere.

What do you think of when you hear the word “adamant”? In our culture, “adamant” is an adjective that means “immovable, impervious, and unyielding in position”, but in its original language, “adamant” was a noun – an ancient, powerful, mythical stone that possessed unique properties and was immovable. When diamonds were first discovered in India around 400 B.C., many people thought that man had finally found the adamant. Later, this was proven to be untrue.

What’s fascinating about this book is how Lisa shows us through Scripture that Jesus is our “adamant” – our rock – our cornerstone – our firm foundation – an immovable, indivisible, invincible truth that we can stand on because He can withstand the ever-shifting sands of culture and time.

Every chapter of Adamant reveals a different facet of how standing firm in our identity in Christ and the truth of His message can transform every area of our lives.

Adamant contains a powerful message that our generation needs to hear.

If you’re looking for a book that will stretch and challenge you, add Adamant to your reading list today!

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the Icon Media Group and Revell Reads for review purposes. However, the opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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6 Responses to “Adamant by Lisa Bevere – Book Review”

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  1. Thanks for the book review!
    I’ve been seeing this book and wondering about it.
    Now, I’ve got to read it!
    Hope you have a blessed day~
    Melanie

  2. Pam says:

    Sounds like a good read. The title is lovely in light of the original meaning of the word! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. This sounds good! The idea that truth is a rock, feels secure to me. I want that. I will be looking for this book to read. Thanks for sharing about it.

  5. Gayl says:

    This sounds like a good book. I never knew the original meaning of adamant and that it was a noun. A perfect title for the book. Blessings to you! Thanks for linking up with us at the #LMMLinkup.

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