Behold the Lamb, the Last Hours of Christ's Life
Inspiration Speaks, 2007 - 110 páginas
The Last Hours of Christ¿s Life traces the experience of Jesus from the Garden of Gethsemane, where He declared, ¿My soul is exceeding sorrowful unto death¿ (Mark 14:34), to the cross, where He cried out, ¿It is finished¿ (John 19:30). These scenes may be familiar to many readers, but new insights and a new appreciation for what Christ has done will be gained by a careful and prayerful reading of this book. The reader will also get a close look at the men who played a part in the last hours of Christ¿s life. In a very real sense we have all betrayed, denied, and abused Christ, for those men long ago were just like we are, and today many are repeating history. This book presents warnings against doing as these men did. May the Holy Spirit speak to your heart and lead you to ¿Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world¿ (John 1:29).
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The Pride Before the Fall
The Anguish of Gethsemane
The BetrayalThen and
The Second Trial
Christ Before the Full Council
Christs Final Arraignment
Forsaken and Smitten of
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