The Easter journey will help you prepare for this most important time in the Christian year as we follow the gospel accounts of Jesus’ path to the Cross. If you start the readings two weeks before Easter Sunday, you will be able to follow the events leading up to the death and resurrection of our Lord, so that you may be better prepared to celebrate at this most special time. You will see Jesus living in relationship with His followers, preparing them for what is to come, fulfilling prophecy and then giving the ultimate sacrifice in His death. Having rejoiced in His Resurrection, we will spend time after Easter Sunday looking at the beginnings of the New Testament Church and how an unlikely bunch of men were transformed into those who spoke boldly of all they had witnessed. We will also see why this matters to us today!
‘We are called, as God’s people, to remember his mercies (Psalm 103:2). We are to call to mind all his mighty acts (Psalm 145:4). Each Lord’s Day, we remember our Lord’s resurrection from the dead. At the Lord’s Supper we remember his death until he comes. But, how quickly we forget! And so, I welcome Julia Jones’ warm and accessible collection of daily devotions on the theme of Christ’s suffering, death, resurrection, and ascension.’
Sharon James, Author
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