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Book #108: Breakfast with Jesus

Breakfast with Jesus is a very spiritual and powerful book. Its messages are time tested and true. This book really made me think; but more importantly, it made me feel. If you are looking for a book that will move you to tears, then look no further than Breakfast With Jesus; a masterful book that will not only inspire you to become a better person, but will also teach you some of life’s greatest lessons. A young man has breakfast with Jesus and discovers the meaning of life. What lessons will he learn? What secrets are going to be revealed? Jump in and you will find out…..

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Basically, it’s a short read; can read it within an hour.

I am sitting on a fence here wondering what would I ask Jesus if I were to converse with Him face to face and Michael missed a great chance to ask worthy questions. Don’t get me wrong, some of the questions asked were interesting, but he came across as self-absorbed.

When I first saw this book I was certain that Breakfast with Jesus was the author’s testimony on having a heart to heart conversation with God and it convinced him to draw closer to his Maker. But it wasn’t so and I can’t begin to understand how is this book inspirational or powerful as critics claim. As Christians, we should be aware that not all books that SCREAM ‘Jesus’ as its title mean that it’s acceptable. This book does not inspire anyone to become a better person, that’s what we have the Bible for and I suggest that the author return to his Bible.

I understand what the author was trying to do with this story, but he turned something with a good intention into a horrible one. 

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There are only two characters in this book: Jesus and Michael.

Jesus comes across as lively, bubbly, playful and too judgmental. The author’s perception of Jesus is different than the Biblical Jesus I’ve come to know, love, and respect. I don’t think Jesus would act as the author depicted Him in this short story.

Jesus is not smug nor is he judgmental. Jesus is ever-loving, kind, and patient and He sure doesn’t have the time to tell someone how their favorite TV series ends just because HE SEES EVERYTHING!

Michael is smug and shallow just like the generation of today. At times I couldn’t stand him especially when he asked Jesus about HBO and how Game of Thrones ended. He also asked some really stupid questions like “Is Michael Jackson in hell?” to which Jesus replied, “Yes,” The question completely threw me because what does MJ have to do with your intimate conversation with Jesus? And here’s another one: “Did you get married to Mary Magdalene?” Want to hear Jesus’ reply? I bet you want to. Well, here it is: “It is true that I loved her more than my other disciples, but not in the kind of a way a man loves a woman.”

WHAT? DID MR. KING EVEN READ THE BIBLE? WHAT NONSENSE! DON’T PUT WORDS IN JESUS’ MOUTH! There is nowhere in the Bible that says Jesus loved Mary more than His disciples. And Jesus saying that He doesn’t love Mary the “way a man loves a woman” is referring to worldly love instead of Godly love. Jesus is not selfish to reserve love for “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.” (John 13:34).

He should’ve been asking questions about the Second Coming and why it is important to remember the Sabbath. Instead, he wasted Jesus’ precious time by asking stupid irrelevant questions. 

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It didn’t look like breakfast. It looked more like someone on a diet, but I like the colors. 2/5.


My day started out like any other day. I was in the kitchen preparing breakfast, before going to work; cream cheese spread over rye toast and coffee. The breakfast of champions! As usual, I was running late, and it certainly didn’t help my cause any when I spilled cream cheese all over my new silk tie.


NO STEAMING COFFEES!!…Don’t ever misrepresent the King and expect me to accept it. Don’t make a fool out of Jesus. I regret reading this horrible book. 

My people hath been lost sheep: their shepherds have caused them to go astray, they have turned them away on the mountains: they have gone from mountain to hill, they have forgotten their restingplace.

Jeremiah 50:6

If you were to have breakfast with Jesus, what would your conversation be like? Or, if you were to ask Him one question, what would you ask?

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***Breakfast GIFs via Google Search


21 thoughts on “Book #108: Breakfast with Jesus”

  1. I thought about it and I honestly don’t know what I would ask. Most relevant questions He answers in His word as we have need. I know when I first started reading your review I thought about the day when we would sit with the Lord and enjoy the marriage supper of the Lamb.

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  2. Oh I recalled this book, I actually was the one to recommend it for the library! Now that I’ve gotten a deeper incite of what this author depicted of our Savior was way on the contrary to what the Bible implies, it sorts of makes me sad to know that I actually read and found it good, back then I don’t think I wasn’t saved just yet! Hmm thank you Jesus for your saving grace and for opening up our eyes. God bless you.

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    1. At the time, it seem like such a good book, though, because of the summary. I wish the author didn’t mislead readers. Thank you and God bless you as well. 💙

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  3. So interesting, Diana . Definitely food for thought -but I would definitely ask what he needs me to do here on earth in this lifetime for him and humanity .
    I will be thinking more about this philosophical topic . Wow – you are so wise and deep . Grateful 🤗

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    1. I love your answer, Luda! 💙Most of us are still searching/wondering/praying about our purpose here on earth so that’ll be a great question to ask. I owe it all to God. 😃

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  4. Well said Diana! I like when you said; “As Christians, we should be aware that not all books that SCREAM ‘Jesus’ as its title mean that it’s acceptable!” As Christians we always need to cross reference the books we read with God’s word! Blessings, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you, Warren. Yes, we always have to cross reference the books when it comes to His Word for I’ve seen a lot of misrepresentation over my reading years. Thanks for stopping by & leaving your thoughts. I appreciate it.

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  5. I agree with your review Diana. I dislike when I come across books and even shows that appear to mock God, Jesus, or Christianity in general. I’m not sure what I would ask Jesus if I had the chance to ask him a question. I think I would be speechless for a long time 🙂

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    1. Same. I agree about the mockery; I dislike it a lot. I might actually be speechless too just sitting in His presence! 😄Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. Have a blessed week.

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  6. You know what they say about “good intentions” the road to hell is paved with them. For some reason I thought I answered this question. I’d ask why would He give His life for us bunch. I know people will say He had to but He said no one could take it, He gave it.

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    1. Exactly! It’s your question to ask after all and I am certain that He’ll answer with a patient smile and kind eyes. 💙

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