And the Angels Were Silent Author:Max Lucado When a person knows the end is near, only the important matters. So, if you know of Christ, ponder His final days. But where does one begin such a difficult -- yet critically eternal -- journey? With Max Lucado! In this hardcover rerelease of one of his most insightful and moving books ever, Lucado leads readers from Friday's defeat to Sunday's ... more »victory. Like never before, believers and seekers alike will see Christ's passion, sense His power, and hear His promise. They'll ponder anew how His final journey was just the beginning of a whole new life and whole new plan -- the living example of what really matters for their own lives today and eternally.« less
I know lots of people enjoy Max Lucado & have been blessed by his writing, but I cannot stomach it -- it's too manipulative, full of cliches & "devices," so I'm happy to pass his books along to someone who will enjoy them.
The Final week of Jesus
As the last stand was slipping through the hourglass, what mattered?
It's the final week. The players are nearing the stage. The props are being put into position. All of heaven watches. It is the long-awaited week. A week when no angel dared sing.