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Journey to Jerusalem: Bible Readings from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday [Paperback]

David Winter


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23 Nov 2007
This is the BRF Lent book for 2008.It includes daily readings and reflections from the four gospels about the final weeks of Jesus' life as he journeys to Jerusalem with his disciples.It shows how the Transfiguration marks a watershed in the ministry of Jesus - and traces his journey from there to Calvary.It draws on the four gospels, showing how they work together to present a multi-faceted picture of Jesus Group discussion material for every week in Lent.It is suitable for people looking for daily Lent reading (or material to use with groups); and BRF Lent book readers, as well as those who enjoy David Winter's writing in "New Daylight" and previous Lent books "With Jesus in the Upper Room" and "What's in a Word?"Using all four gospels, David Winter follows Jesus' journey, and that of this disciples, as they prepare for the journey, set out for and reach their destination, and walks alongside them through the events that occur there. As they travel along the way it is an opportunity to listen in to their discussions: Who is the greatest? What is the cost of following? The Lenten path leads right to the foot of the cross with its tragedy and triumph.The journey does not end at the empty garden tomb; this book also challenges us to continue the journey of faith and keep walking in the light of the resurrection and its power. Ash Wednesday falls on 6th February 2008.

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) (23 Nov 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1841014850
  • ISBN-13: 978-1841014852
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.6 x 19.8 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 907,398 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From: The Methodist Recorder - February 2008 CANON David Winter's customary clarity of expression, allied with deep and detailed knowledge of his subject, makes Journey to Jerusalem - Bible Readings from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday (brf, GBP7.99) an invaluable companion for the Lenten journey. Although it is indeed true, as the title makes clear, that each day's section is headed with a biblical reference, it is Canon Winter's exposition of the background to those references which earns this book the possibly facile description of a "page-turner", as he takes the reader with Jesus and his followers along the dusty roads that lead eventually to Jerusalem, Good Friday and the glories of Easter Day. A book for those for whom the Easter message may have become stale as well as for those seeking to discover its message for the first time and all those in between. Its theme is "following".

About the Author

Canon David Winter is one of the UK's most popular and long-established Christian writers and broadcasters. He has written many books, including With Jesus in the Upper Room for BRF. He was also one of the consulting editors for the People's Bible Commentary series and is a member of the New Daylight contributor team. He is a regular contributor to Thought for the Day on BBC Radio Four.

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