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King Of Easter$17.99Read more
The King of Easter! Whom will he find and save? Following Jesus’s journey from his birth to the cross, his resurrection, and beyond, and featuring a family prayer, The King of Easter reminds us of the meaning of Easter and Jesus’s power to save.
Join FatCat and follow Jesus as he seeks and saves the lost. Whether friends or enemies–if they are lost, Jesus came to seek and save them. At every step, he brings his new friends to join the search.
As Jesus journeys to the cross, he finds and saves people; from his mother, Mary, at his birth, to the thief on the cross beside him. But the Easter story doesn’t end at the cross–Jesus is risen! From Mary Magdalene, who searched for him at the empty tomb, to Saul, who killed Jesus’s friends, Jesus continues to save.
What about you? Has Jesus saved you? The King of Easter still seeks and saves the lost, and he is seeking you today. Happy Easter to all God’s children!
Truly Truly I Say To You$16.99Read more
The most precious words this world has ever heard came from the voice of Jesus. “It is I, do not be afraid”; “I am the Light of the World”; “I go to Prepare a Place for You”; “It is finished.” These are just some of the powerful, life-renewing words spoken by Jesus in the first century. As we read them in John’s Gospel, the Holy Spirit makes these same words come alive in our hearts today.
With devotions and prayers from Adam Ramsey, along with insights from the 19th-century “Prince of Preachers,” Charles Spurgeon, you will encounter Jesus through these pages and experience the transforming power and tender comfort of his voice.
These 40 devotions are ideal for Lent, with two extra special reflections added for Easter Sunday and Monday. They can also be used at any time through the year, to deepen your own walk with Jesus.
As Jesus’ words of grace and truth shine a light into your heart, you’ll learn more about yourself. But more importantly, you’ll learn more about him, as you marvel at his character and find yourself captivated by his presence.
Rich Wounds : The Countless Treasures Of The Life, Death, And Triumph Of Je$16.99Read more
These short but profound reflections from David Mathis, author of The Christmas We Didn’t Expect, will help you to look deeper at Jesus’ life, sacrificial death and spectacular resurrection–enabling you to treasure anew who Jesus is and what he has done for us.
Many of us are so familiar with the Easter story that it becomes easy to miss subtle details and difficult to really enjoy its meaning. This book will help you to pause and marvel at Jesus, whose now-glorified wounds are a sign of his unfailing love and the decisive victory that he has won:
“He was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5)
This book works fantastically as a devotional at any time of year. The chapters on Holy Week make it especially helpful during the Lent season and at Easter.
Suffering And Glory$14.99Read more
Suffering & Glory recovers some of the best Holy Week and Easter articles from half a century of Christianity Today. Guiding readers from Palm Sunday to Pentecost and including contributions from Tish Harrison Warren, J. I. Packer, Nancy Guthrie, and Eugene Peterson, Suffering & Glory will remind readers of the beauty of Christ’s death and resurrection.
Ocean Of Grace$16.99Read more
Reflect on Jesus in the run-up to Easter with this collection of daily devotions and prayers by great Christian writers from church history.
A collection of daily devotions and prayers by great Christian writers from throughout church history, including Augustine, Charles Spurgeon, John Bunyan, Catherine Parr and Martin Luther.
Their time-tested words continue to paint a compelling portrait of Christ’s death and resurrection, and will encourage and inspire readers as much today as they did when they were first written.
Each daily reading has been selected, edited and introduced by Tim Chester to make these treasures accessible to every reader. They will help you reflect on Jesus in the run-up to Easter. Ideal to start at the beginning of Lent.
To Seek And To Save$14.99Add to cart
Journey with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem with these reflections for Lent by Sinclair Ferguson. As you walk through the second half of Luke’s Gospel, you’ll meet the people Jesus encountered on the way to the cross–and prepare your heart to appreciate his death and resurrection afresh.
Each day you’ll be invited to:
– Read a passage of Luke’s Gospel and a short meditation by Sinclair Ferguson
– Reflect on a thought-provoking question
– Respond in prayer and praise as you journal
Pithy yet profound, these devotions will hold up a mirror to your own heart and, more importantly, give you a window into the heart of the Lord Jesus–the one who came to seek and to save the lost at Easter.
Beauty Of The Cross$12.99Read more
47 Daily Readings From Isaiah
Introduction: Isaiah 42, 49, 50
Lent Week 1: Isaiah 52 V 13-15
Lent Week 2: Isaiah 53 V 1-3
Lent Week 3: Isaiah 53 V 4-6
Lent Week 4: Isaiah 53 V 7-9
Lent Week 5: Isaiah 53 V 10-12
Holy Week: Isaiah 54 & 55
Delight in the beauty of Christ afresh this Easter
Some of the richest prophecies about the cross of Christ can be found in Isaiah chapters 52 and 53 (the last of the ‘Servant Songs’). Take time to go through these familiar yet extraordinary chapters in the run up to Easter with this Lent devotional by Tim Chester. You will be thrilled and challenged as you see how Jesus matched every part of every prophecy, and brought glory to his name through his beautiful sacrifice on the cross.
Contains 47 days of short, stirring reflections as well as a link to an original song, See Jesus Stripped of Majesty.
Written by Tim Chester, author of the best-selling Lent devotional “The Glory of the Cross” and Advent devotional “The One True Light”.
From The Grave$5.00Add to cart
Meditations on Lent, from one of the church’s greatest English writers
From the Grave is a collection of 40 daily readings from the beloved 20th-century pastor and writer A. W. Tozer (1887-1963). Gleaned from his transcribed sermons, editorials, and published books, each moving reflection has been carefully selected for the season of Lent.
The purpose of Lent is to prepare us for commemorating Jesus’s self-sacrifice, and to help us experience concretely the journey from death to new life. In that spirit, From the Grave was compiled to aid your conformity to Christ by addressing themes like:
*Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection
*Mortification of the flesh
*Self-denial and cross-bearing
*New life in Christ
*Christian obedience and resurrection hope
Each day features a brief reading and one or more passages of Scripture for meditation. As you move through each day, may your heart and your will journey from the garden to the grave to light of day. Reflecting on the self-sacrificial work of Christ, may you offer your own life as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable, worshipful and pleasing, and with reverence and gratitude in your heart to God.
Grace And Hope$14.99Add to cart
Prepare yourself to remember the meaning of Lent and celebrate Easter this season: grace for our past and present, hope for our future!
Beginning with Ash Wednesday, Grace & Hope: A 40-Day Devotional for Lent and Easter will guide you through this holy season of self-reflection, prayer, fasting, and remembrance-all to prepare you for the hopeful words “It is finished!” and even more wondrous words, “He is risen!”
Each short, engaging devotional will focus your heart and prepare your soul to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus, using a faithful and relevant new translation of the Bible, The Passion Translation. It is an ideal devotional for your own personal, family, or small-group use. And daily Bible readings from The Passion Translation will deepen your understanding of God’s Word as you journey toward the cross.
We trust this devotional and version of Scripture will kindle in you a burning, passionate desire for the One who bore our pain and shame, and give you a greater measure of grace and hope!
When God Died$14.99Read more
Mediations for Lent
“Did Christ die as God, or did He die as man? The answer to such a question is that He died as neither. What gives efficacy to the cross is the fact that Christ died as the God-man….The blood He shed, therefore, has abiding efficacy, seeing that it was the blood of an extraordinary nature, namely, the blood of God and Man combined.”
How could God, the deathless One, die? In When God Died, legendary Bible teacher Dr. Herbert Lockyer explores the person of Christ-both His divinity and humanity-in an effort to show the majesty of His death and resurrection, and what they mean to us today.
This series of Lenten meditations will open your eyes to the purpose, power, and beauty of Christ’s crucifixion. Among the topics you will explore are:
*The magnanimity and honor of Christ
*The cleansing power of His blood
*The sovereign power of His grace
*The last seven words Christ spoke from the cross
May we take the time to lovingly remember Christ’s sacrifice-the means of His extraordinary grace and power to save dying sinners-so that we may stand in rightful relationship with Christ, in awe of His holiness, power, and wisdom, with a heart of gratitude for all He has done.
Finding Life From Eden To Gethsemane The Garden Restored$5.99Add to cart
The life lost in Eden is found through Gethsemane. Follow author Jane Rubietta on her daily journey through Lent as she traces the way that God the Son traverses with his people – a path that leads from the exile and death represented by the garden of Eden, to resurrection life like it is meant to be, occasioned by what began in the gospel’s garden of Gethsemane.
Significantly, Jesus’ ministry sometimes took place in garden settings: not only did he come because of what had been lost in Eden, but Jesus met with his disciples in a garden, he prayed in a garden, he was arrested violently in a garden, and he was buried in a garden tomb.
Part anecdotal, part personal, totally scriptural, Jane leads her devotional readers through the forty days of Lent with her trademark vulnerability and picturesque prose, providing in each devotion not only a good, deep read, but solid teaching and life application.
40 Days With Jesus$2.99Read more
Honor the Easter season for 40 days with our Redeemer.
The sanctity of Easter…how do you approach and honor this holy time of year? Now you can spend 40 days with Jesus-from leading up to His death on Good Friday, to celebrating His resurrection on Easter Sunday-and draw into worship and praise as never before. Select devotionals from Sarah Young’s bestselling Jesus Calling are compiled into this gift book to create an experience of closeness with the Savior during the Lenten season.
Awkward Season : Prayers For Lent$5.99Add to cart
It always lasts 40 days, but those 40 days occur on different dates from one year to the next. The 40 days occur immediately before Easter, but because Sunday’s are excluded from the count, the days of this season are not consecutive. Unlike other holy seasons, which typically begin on a Sunday, this one commences midweek. Believers approach it in a variety of ways. Pamela Hawkins calls it “the awkward season.” Still, for all its curves and countors, Lent is rich with possibilities. While individual journeys through Lent may differ, they all lead to one destination – Easter.
The Awkward Season: Prayers for Lent offers Christian pilgrims a “prayer path” to follow through Lent. For each day of the week, prayers of invocation, confessions, intercession, and thanksgiving are shaped around a theme prompted by the psalm for the day. A daily Scripture reading is provided, but Hawkins welcomes readers to use a different passage if it comes to mind; this book, she reminds the reader, is designed to support rather than dictate a Lenten journey. A finger labyrinth at the back of the book serves as an optional prayer tool for those who wish to try it and an order for Lenten praise and prayer provides a simpe, beautiful way for groups who meet weekly to share this Lenten experience. Whether used individually or in a gathering, The Awkward Season will be a road map for the journey as you spend time with “the One who longs to be your companion in this season and always.”
Diary Of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska$17.95Read more
The Diary is an amazing narrative that chronicles the experiences of a simple, uneducated Polish nun who received a special call shortly before the outbreak of World War II. The message of The Divine Mercy is simple. It is that God loves us – all of us. And, He wants us to recognize that His mercy is greater than our sins, so that we will call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow through us to others. The Diary is truly a vehicle of grace for all who read it, for in reading it one can realize the truth that “mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to God’s mercy,”
Preparing My Heart For Easter (Student/Study Guide)$13.60Add to cart
This spring prepare your heart for Easter by walking with Jesus and meeting the women whose lives intersected His. Come back in time to Jerusalem 30 AD and herald His entry into the City. Join the temple crowd at Passover and listen to Jesus’ teaching throughout His final week. Hear the shouts of “Crucify Him!” and follow Jesus to the cross and beyond as you rejoice in His resurrection.
Preparing My Heart for Easter is an eight-week Bible study that focuses on Jesus’ final week on earth and the women whose lives were radically changed by His teaching and love. Because women have such a significant role in the Easter story, you’ll look at the Easter story through their eyes.
Women heard Jesus’ stories, witnessed His healing miracles, and experienced His love. The Samaritan woman at the well came with physical thirst, not comprehending her spiritual thirst. The woman who touched His cloak reached for physical healing, and the woman who anointed Him longed to express her love and receive His forgiveness. Jesus so transformed Mary Magdalene’s life that she became a follower of Him and a leader of women. Throughout the New Testament, Jesus met the needs of women with His gentle and loving touch. Is it any wonder they followed Jesus to Jerusalem, the cross, and later the tomb? Is it any wonder women were the first to experience His resurrection and ran to spread the good news?
Each week of preparation consists of five daily studies and two weekend devotionals that focus on Easter hymns to enrich your praise. You’ll also learn background on the significance of Palm Sunday, The Lord’s Supper, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost, as well as take an in-depth look at Old Testament prophecy fulfilled in the New Testament.