Every year during the Holy Week it is important to honor Jesus’ suffering and sacrifice. It is also a good time to learn and reflect on this crucial event to better understand what it is that is being acknowledged.
We’ve pulled six audiobooks that tell the story of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection from different perspectives. No matter which one of these books you choose to listen to, each will help to illuminate this monumental moment in Christianity.
A riveting journey to the truth about the most remarkable event in history: The resurrection of Jesus Christ and the proof behind it. From the award-winning, best-selling book, The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel, this booklet is perfect for Easter or any time of the year.
Prepare for a life-changing encounter with Jesus, seeing him afresh through the eyes of three women who worship and adore him. Mary of Bethany prepares the way for the Lord’s burial when she anoints his feet and fills the air with her perfume. His mother, Mary of Nazareth, stands by her son from his first breath to his last, her loyalty unwavering. Mary Magdalene, delivered of seven demons, bravely supports her teacher through his darkest hours, then proclaims the glorious news of his resurrection. What a trio! What a Savior!
A seasoned Bible teacher and award-winning novelist, Liz Curtis Higgs combines her storytelling skills with a thorough verse-by-verse study of Scripture as she explores the lives of these three Marys. Just as she did in The Women of Christmas Liz shows us how we can deepen our walk with the Lord by following in the footsteps of The Women of Easter.
A guidebook to the facts and circumstances surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The listener will examine the people, places and timeline of that first Easter. But more than that, delve into the prophecies of those events, given hundreds of year prior, as well what happened after Christ rose from the dead.
It’s early in the final week. The props and players for Friday’s drama are in position. Five-inch spikes are in the bin. A cross-beam leans against a shed wall. The players are nearing the stage–Pilate, Annas and Caiaphas, Judas, the centurions.
Players and props. Only this is no play; it’s a divine plan. A plan begun before Adam felt heaven’s breath, and now all heaven waits and watches. All eyes are on one figure–the Nazarene.
Commonly clad. Uncommonly focused. He’s on his final journey.
Join bestselling author Max Lucado in an exploration of the final days in the life of Christ. Draw near to the Savior and prepare to celebrate the greatest miracle ever conceived.
Feel the passion. Sense the truth. Hear the promise.
Death has no power.
A Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures accompanies Robert Gundry‘s now-classic survey of the New Testament, a mainstay for college and graduate courses around the world, having been used by thousands of professors and students.
Unlike most New Testament surveys, these textbook and audio sessions lead students to actually study the Bible. Each chapter is introduced by an overview lesson followed by a handful of short sessions on key topics.
Accessibly formatted and focused on the most significant topics and discussions in the textbook, A Survey of the New Testament: Audio Lectures is an indispensable resource for students and independent learners alike.
In life and in death, Jesus’ words were powerful and meaningful. Despite the serious effort and increased pain required for Jesus to speak as he hung on the cross, Jesus spoke seven “final words” statements that have much to teach us about Jesus, his Father, and ourselves:
• Father Forgive Them
• Behold Your Son…Behold Your Mother
• My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?
• Today You Will Be with Me in Paradise
• I Thirst
• It Is Finished
• Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit
In 24 Hours That Changed the World, Adam Hamilton took us on a Lenten journey through the last day of Jesus’ life. Now in this inspiring follow-up book, Hamilton explores these final words as seen and heard through the eyes and ears of those who stood near the cross. Each chapter begins with the biblical account followed by a first-person story as might have been told from the viewpoint of one of the characters at the cross. Then the chapter explores the meaning of Jesus’ dying words for our lives today. Following the last statement, a postscript recounts the words Jesus spoke following his resurrection, including what truly were the final words Jesus spoke while walking this earth.