Updated April 10, 2017
Easter is 10 days away. Can you believe it? As we approach Holy Week, Christians around the world will focus on Jesus Christ. His crucifixion and resurrection. His cross and empty tomb.
Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection are the most important events in history. They’re the very foundation of the gospel, the central truth that God provided a way of salvation through His Son (John 3:16).
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association wants you to experience full joy this Easter. Their FREE Victory devotional will prepare your heart for celebration. For the download link and a short review, keep reading.
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What is the Victory Devotional?
Victory: Preparing for Resurrection Sunday is a devotional booklet by evangelist Billy Graham. It’s an excellent resource for personal or family devotions.
Victory highlights eight readings from 1 Corinthians 15, known as “The Resurrection Chapter.” The daily meditations reflect on the death and resurrection of Jesus.
They marvel at the price He paid for us to live in victory – now and for eternity. John 11:25-26 says:
“I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die.” – Jesus
Jesus said these words to comfort his friend Martha, the sister of Mary and Lazarus. Yet, what hope and comfort they give us today!
I hope the Victory devotional will help you experience true joy this Easter. That it will give you strength and boldness to live and share your faith. Why not start by sharing the joy with beautiful Easter note cards?
Download the Victory Devotional
And now, the free download link I promised you. If you’re ready to experience a joyful Easter, download the Victory devotional here. By completing the form on the download page, you’ll get the e-book plus other Easter resources.
Enjoy your freebies, and have a lovely Resurrection Sunday!
Over to You
Now it’s YOUR turn to chime in. How do you prepare for Easter? Do you set aside time for personal or family devotions? If so, what is your favorite devotional guide?
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