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Christmas and Easter Studies Collection (2 vols.)
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Christmas and Easter Studies Collection (2 vols.)


Loizeaux Brothers 1987–1990

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Study the importance of Christmas and Easter through the Old Testament. See how each generation anticipated the coming of a Savior and how the Gospels portrayed the arrival, death, and resurrection of the long-awaited Messiah. These two classic books rekindle the Christian’s love for Jesus through the suspenseful narrative of the Bible and the history of God’s people.

In Logos, these two volumes become even more powerful. Study the Old Testament and Gospel texts cited side-by-side with commentaries and surveys that open up their cultural contexts, and see every Bible reference on mouseover. Don’t miss a thing—read these on Logos and get even more connected to the Word.

Key Features

  • Studies the Old Testament and Gospels for the promise of a Messiah and his resurrection
  • Provides a personal and approachable style for personal and group study

Product Details

  • Title: Christmas and Easter Studies Collection
  • Author: Don Anderson
  • Publisher: Don Anderson
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 280
  • Christian Group: Evangelical
  • Resource Type: Topical
  • Topic: Practical Life

Individual Titles

Joy Comes in the Morning: The Glorious Victory of the Resurrection

  • Author: Don Anderson
  • Publisher: Don Anderson
  • Publication Date: 1990
  • Pages: 169

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Contemplate the terror of the long night, the Savior’s sacrifice, and the wonder of the glorious morning.

It’s time we took another look at the cross and met the men and women who stood at its foot. Don Anderson takes us on a journey through that long dark night at Calvary. We see again the intensity of the Lord’s torment and the misery of his separation from the Father. It’s time we peer again into the empty tomb and realize the glorious reality of our salvation. Your heart will be challenged as you travel these well-worn paths, and the weary soul will take courage as you see firsthand that joy comes in the morning.

Don Anderson brings us back to the lifechanging truths of the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. With wit, insight, and expertise, Don invites us to join him on a pilgrimage through sections of the Old Testament and the gospels that climaxes in a discussion of the ramifications of the resurrection.

—Joseph C. Aldrich, president emeritus, Multnomah School of the Bible

A Gift too Wonderful for Words

  • Author: Don Anderson
  • Publisher: Don Anderson
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Pages: 111

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In the midst of our Christmas card sending and the holiday vending, we may too easily forget that all the hoopla began as the celebration of the birth of a king, Jesus Christ. God’s ultimate gift to us, He is the original, and only truly meaningful, “reason for the season.” This classic study brings the reader through the Old Testament, showing how each generation anticipated the promised Messiah.

Don has a unique gift of writing Bible exposition accurately in a style which is enjoyable to read and helpful to teach. This book fits the Sunday School, Bible study, family devotions, and personal worship. I am encouraged to see this long-overdue theme in print.

Howard G. Hendricks

About the Author

Don Anderson is a popular guest speaker at churches, para-church organizations, conferences, and retreats. His refreshing style and unique insights, as shown in many of his books, effectively communicate the timeless truths of Scripture and their application to everyday life.