Shadow of the Cross

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If Jesus really was the Christ, why did so many people want Him dead? Jesus healed the sick, gave sight to the bind, and fed thousands of hungry people during His ministry. He was beloved by the masses to whom He offered endless hope and joy. His goodness also made Him enemies, and the forces of evil surrounding Him united and began to plot His violent death.

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978-1-937718-56-5
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128
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5.5 x 8.5
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This is the fourth book in our Desire of Ages series.

by E. G. White

If Jesus really was the Christ, why did so many people want Him dead? Jesus healed the sick, gave sight to the bind, and fed thousands of hungry people during His ministry. He was beloved by the masses to whom He offered endless hope and joy. His goodness also made Him enemies, and the forces of evil surrounding Him united and began to plot His violent death.

This stunning and detailed narrative from one of Christianity's most published writers explores the deeper spiritual meanings of some of Christ's well-known parables, His dazzling miracles, and His greatest righteous-filled acts. These pages examine why His lovingkindness and teachings threatened not only the spiritual and political forces of His day, but also the very source of evil from the beginning of time.

If you've ever wondered why the amazing technological miracles of our time haven't brough peace to our world and why chaos and disaster still remain, The Shadow of the Cross offers you modern insight that few books can offer. As You walk with Jesus—from His raising of Lazarus, the story of the good Samaritan, the cleansing of the temple, to the last supper—you'll know Him in a more intimate way than you ever imagined possible and grasp just how miraculous His life, work, and words really were.

ISBN: 978-1-937718-56-5
Pages: 128, paperback
5.5 x 8.5 inches


Table of Contents

  1. The Good Samaritan
  2. Not with Outward Show
  3. Blessing the Children
  4. One Thing Thou Lackest
  5. Lazarus, Come Forth
  6. Priestly Plottings
  7. The Law of the New Kingdom
  8. Zacchaeus
  9. The Feast at Simon's House
  10. A Doomed People
  11. The Temple Cleansed Again
  12. Controversy
  13. Woes on the Pharisees
  14. The Least of These My Brethren
  15. A Servant of Servants
  16. In Remembrance of Me
  17. Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled