And the Angels Were Silent

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Multnomah Books, Feb 1, 1995 - Bible - 264 pages
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As the last sand slipped through the hour-glass, 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. A hush fell over heaven as the God-man faced his final days. Note the firmness in his walk. Hear the conviction in his voice. Witness the courage of his deeds. See His passion ... the Savior who will not give up on his children until they are found. See His Power ... the God who will not tolerate hollow religion. Hear His Promise ... the Redeemer who would rather go to hell for you than to heaven without you.

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Review: And the Angels Were Silent: The Final Week of Jesus

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Much as I enjoyed reading Max Lucado's book, I equally enjoyed the Reader's Guide and the thought-provoking questions following the text. Read full review

Contents

Friday
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Too Little Too Late Too Good to Be True
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From Jericho to Jerusalem
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Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Minister and best-selling Christian author Max Lucado was educated at Abilene Christian University. He has been pastor of the Oak Hills Church of Christ in San Antonio, Texas since 1988. He also hosts UpWords, a fifteen minute radio show that can be heard in thirty states. Lucado has authored over twenty books, three of which were listed as top ten books on the Christian Booksellers Association list. His book, When God Whispers Your Name, was the number one hardcover book for eight months.

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