Christ the Suffering Servant: A Lenten Study of the Atonement
(ePUB - Apr 2013)
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During his three years of itinerant ministry, Jesus is unstoppable: no human, natural, or demonic force can stand against his will. But from the moment of his arrest in Gethsemane, Jesus seems like a pawn in the hands of his adversaries. He falls virtually silent as they parade him through Jewish and Roman trials, crowds who call for his crucifixion and Roman soldiers who taunt and beat him. His non-resistance to the insults and injustices perpetrated against him seem inexplicable, even to his closest companions. After his resurrection, his disciples would recognize him as the Suffering Servant -- "oppressed and afflicted, yet he did not open his mouth." (Isaiah 53:). Christ the Suffering Servant, a six-week Bible study/devotional, will help you prepare your heart and mind for the mystery and meaning of Christ's sacrifice.
- SKU: 2370004879550
- Title: Christ the Suffering Servant: A Lenten Study of the Atonement
- Publisher: WinePress Publishing
- Release Date: Apr 10, 2013
- Edition: #1
- Pages: 80
- Category: BIBLICAL STUDIES
- Subject: Biblical Studies - Exegesis & Hermeneutics