The passion of Christ is an inexhaustible subject. In these warm and challenging devotional studies, Roger Ellsworth takes a look at the passion through the eyes of the people most closely associated with it. By reminding us again of the wonder of what Christ did on the cross for ordinary people, he encourages us to become more passionate about the passion and how we serve our savior.
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- Devotional studies on the passion of Christ
- Practical insights extrapolated from the people surrounding Christ’s suffering
- Concluding notes at the end of each chapter
- Mary of Bethany
- Judas Iscariot
- Simon Peter
- Those Along the Way
- Those Around the Cross
- Those on the Outer Crosses
- John and Mary
- The Soldiers and the Centurion
Praise for the Print Edition
If you only have time to read one book this year about the life and death of Jesus Christ, this ought to be it!
—Lanny Faulkner, director of missions, Central Baptist Association, Decatur, Illinois
Theologically profound, yet disarmingly simple.
- Title: People in the Passion of Jesus
- Author: Roger Ellsworth
- Publisher: Day One
- Publication Date: 2007
- Pages: 96
About Roger Ellsworth
Roger Ellsworth is currently the pastor of Parkview Baptist Church in Jackson, Tennessee. He is the author of over 30 books, including Strengthening Christ’s Church: The Message of 1 Corinthians, Apostasy Destruction and Hope: 2 Kings Simply Explained, and From Glory to Ruin: 1 Kings Simply Explained.