The Week They Killed Our Lord is a systematic and moving look at Jesus’ last week in a mortal body. The book is not only scholarly and candid; it will touch your heart. The outlined studies are loaded with Scriptures which make the Crucifixion week flow naturally and become alive. Readers will feel very much like they were there watching it happen.
This devotional study chronologically follows Jesus through His last week of earthly ministry. It begins in Bethany and explains where Bethany is and why Jesus was there. You will see why Judas Iscariot and the Jewish leadership hated Jesus and wanted him dead. You will be impressed that Jesus knew exactly what He faced yet went forward. You will follow Him on His Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem and watch Him keep the Passover. You will go with Him to Gethsemane where He prayed and was betrayed. You will watch Him endure two unjust trials, grieve as you watch Him in the Death Game and go with Him to the cross where He died on Wednesday. Yes, there is evidence to prove He died on Wednesday, not Friday. You will be surprised at His burial and feel the ecstasy of His resurrection. At the end, you will come to grips with the question of who killed Jesus.
A day-by-day chart detailing The Crucifixion Week from a Jewish perspective is included. This chart is based in part on an excellent one-page chart by scholar and artist Eddie Atkinson. There is also a section which details the seven annual Jewish feasts.
The 12 chapters in this book are ideal for teaching, preaching or simply preparing your heart to more fully appreciate the great work of God on behalf of sinners.
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