God's Truth Not Smooth Words

Reviews: “Today, Jesus Said, Let Me Introduce Myself”


“Today, Jesus Said” by Bonita M Quesinberry, R.C. — Review by Robin Bayne, Maryland, author of “Cougar Lake” and “Honor Bound” 24 December 2002: submitted to Buzzle eZine, Word Thunder, Authors Den, Christian e-Authors, Waltsan Publishing, Infinity Publishing ~~ Rating: 5-stars

Have you ever wished you could meet Jesus face-to-face and hear his story directly from Him? Well, this book is probably as close as you will get to that in this world. Ms. Quesinberry, using the first person narrative voice, speaks to the reader as Jesus might. Starting with the creation of the world, Jesus paraphrases books of the Bible in a
contemporary, easy to follow manner. He details his birth, life and death, and how it all ties together with God’s plan for Earth from beginning to end.  From Genesis through Revelation within 135 pages with all scripture references provided.

Ms. Quesinberry urges readers to “forget everything taught from corporate Christendom’s pulpits and schools,” and explains why with scripture. Rather, she urges people to go to their own Bibles. This book is very well-written and encouraging, and would make a great companion for Bible study. I highly recommend it.


Kristi Karnopp, Wisconsin reader, 03/07/03:

I read “Today, Jesus Said” and then gave it to my pastor for his opinion. He later said, “Well…the world isn’t going to like it. But! It’s all scripture and ALL truth. I could find nothing wrong with it.”


Josephine DeHarrold, Washington reader, 01-07-03,

“Today, Jesus Said” is THERE! I mean, right-in-your-face THERE and all of its scriptures are like we talk today. It’s so hard-hitting that I can read only one chapter at a time. This book is fantastic!


Bertie Cole, California reader, 01/21/03,

“Today, Jesus Said” is fabulous! I can see where it must have taken years of study and research to complete. I hope that it is doing well.


Sharon Blanchard, Washington reader, 01/24/03,

I love books and avidly read 5 or more each week; but, when it comes to the volume of Christian books available, they ALL are filled with the authors’ opinions regarding the Bible, God and Christ. I’m sick of that! So, it was a welcome surprise to find “Today, Jesus Said” refreshingly void of so much as one writer opinion. It is well written in easy to comprehend language, constantly moving, straight to the point, and all paraphrased scripture with verse references supplied so we readers can compare it to our own Bible. Finally! Someone understands what Jesus meant when He condemned flattering lips spewing smooth words full of man’s doctrine and traditions. If this book doesn’t fly off the shelves, then the world truly does NOT want to know God’s opinion.


21 March 2010 - Posted by | AKJV, Bible, Bible Study, Book Reviews, Truth | ,


  1. could change that.” Again, the hit single caused controversy as its lyrics “still they got me like Jesus” Semitic by some quarters. Edward Christ

    Comment by Edward Christ | 1 April 2010 | Reply

  2. Why isn’t there any historical evidence for Jesus?

    Comment by Felicia | 26 March 2010 | Reply

    • There is more evidence for Jesus than in any case in history or even today: extremely well documented not only via the Jewish Faith and the Apostles (in writing) but also in historical government records.

      Comment by bonnieq | 26 March 2010 | Reply

    • Felicia, I have deleted 2 of your spams on this book review, notably the one indicating by URL that you were responding through a satanic website.

      Your question did not request links or any other “proof,” therefore I answered you accordingly. It is not my duty to prove anything to anyone. It is your duty to prove or disprove Christ, as I have done. The proof is out there, IF you choose to find it; and, I have made it available to all who want God’s Truth and only God’s Truth.

      At this point, it would appear you are “arguing” and I will have no part in debating God’s Word. His Word is absolute; thus, if you choose to deny His Word, that is your choice. Far be it for me to “make” your choices for you. I can make them only for myself.

      Many prayers in Christ,

      Comment by bonnieq | 27 March 2010 | Reply

  3. It has always been considered very poor form to blow your own horn.

    Comment by Susan P. | 22 March 2010 | Reply

    • I am unsure why others’ reviews of this book is considered, as you say, “blow[ing] your own horn.” First, I am not the author of God’s Word; I only arranged and paraphrased scriptures as directed by the Holy Spirit. AND, if mankind’s time were not so incredibly short, I would not have done anything to bring attention to the 3 books He had me get published in 2003; for they are strictly to a limited market: Christ’s “small” remnant flocks around the world. I wonder what you consider the fact that those who teach and speak on TBN and DayStar and make mega bucks on their books. . . “blowing their own horn?” Sadly, theirs are riddled with man’s opinions and lies from the global pulpits.

      Nevertheless, thank you for taking a look at the reviews; albeit, it would appear you did not read them; lest you would know the only horn I’m blowing is that of God’s trumpet for this Laodicea age that began in 1991.

      Much love in Christ,

      Comment by bonnieq | 22 March 2010 | Reply

    • Susan, I respond to your spams on this book the same as I just responded to Felicia. Your spams also have been removed for the same reasons as hers.

      Much prayer in Christ,

      Comment by bonnieq | 27 March 2010 | Reply

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