November 25, 2022

Author R. Marie Coffelt’s new book, ‘Making Jesus Real: 101 Easy to Read Poems About Jesus’s Life’, is a faith-based collection of heartfelt poetry

The recent publication “Making Jesus Real: 101 Easy to Read Poems About Jesus’s Life” by Covenant Books author R. Marie Coffelt is a compilation of spiritual poems that presents Jesus in a new light, as one of his people. Like his disciples, Jesus was human and shared the same needs, feelings and desires as them.

Press release

June 30, 2022

FAIRFIELD, Pa., June 30, 2022 (Newswire.com) –
R. Marie Coffelt, a proud family matriarch from Pennsylvania who enjoys art in many mediums, has completed her new book, “Making Jesus Real: 101 Easy to Read Poems About Jesus’s Life”: a collection of faith-based poetry .

Coffelt shares, “Making Jesus real means that we know that Jesus had all the feelings, needs and desires that we had in life. God understands our joys, sorrows and hurts, and the decisions to be made. “Temple of Scorn” shows the sadness of Jesus, watching money changers in the temple. “The Dance” has a lighter vibe with Jesus dancing with his disciples. This book also contains three poems about her temptations in the desert with Satan. “Exceptional Faith” is about a touch of her dress and a woman becoming well. Next, “The Terms of the New Covenant” show why Jesus had to die. “

Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, R. Marie Coffelt’s new book shares poems that frame Jesus in a new light for those who believe. Jesus was human and therefore felt the same feelings as humans, which makes him closer to his disciples.

Readers can purchase “Making Jesus Real: 101 Easy to Read Poems About Jesus’s Life” in bookstores worldwide, or online at the Apple iTunes, Amazon or Barnes & Noble store.

Covenant Books is a Christian-owned and operated international publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of books for the Christian market. For more information or media requests, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.

Source: Alliance Books