Updated: March 19, 2017
Easter is a time to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. To prepare your heart for celebration, check out Blessings of the Cross.
This FREE resource comes from FaithGateway, an online community of Christian authors and readers. It will help you reflect on Easter as you grow and share your faith.
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Prepare Your Heart for Easter
Blessings of the Cross is more than a simple retelling of the Easter story. It walks you through the rich Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life. You’ll follow the hard road He traveled during the weeks before His crucifixion.
This resource features 40 powerful devotions by four well-known Christian authors. Short but inspiring messages by Billy Graham, Anne Graham Lotz, Max Lucado, and Stormie Omartian.
FaithGateway has a free download for your laptop, phone, or tablet. If you prefer print, Amazon sells the paperback.
Published by Jack Countryman, the print edition is an attractive, bargain-priced gift book. Buy a few copies to give to your friends, and keep one for yourself.
I like a mobile library I can take anywhere, so I downloaded the free edition to my smartphone. It’s part of my growing collection of Easter devotionals.
Blessings of the Cross is sure to bless YOUR Easter. Whether you buy the book or not, don’t leave without downloading the free version to your favorite device.
Grow in Your Walk With God
Are you ready to grow in your walk with God? Sign up here for Blessings of the Cross. When you register for the free download, you’ll also get a free newsletter subscription.
Look for daily inspiration from David Jeremiah, John MacArthur, and others. They’ll motivate you to grow and share your faith. And you’ll gain a better perspective on your relationship with God and His power in your life.
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Over to You
Now it’s YOUR turn to chime in. When you think about the cross, what does it mean to you? Is it just a religious symbol, or something more?
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