Windows on Easter
by Bill Crowder
From the Garden of Gethsemane to the Emmaus Road, the Bible says there were women, a centurion, the wealthy Joseph of Arimathea, and a slave named Malchus—all among the named and nameless who played their roles along the path of Christ's passion. How might they have felt those last hours of Jesus' life? Imagine the overwhelming sense of awe of those who spoke with the resurrected Savior.
If you could open a window into the souls of these witnesses, what secrets might you find?
Windows on Easter helps you peer into the culture, beliefs, and perspectives of those who were there, giving you a chance to share anew the experience and profound effect of Easter.
|Publish Date:||May 31, 2009|