A Tender Plant From The Dry Ground Paperback
A Vision from Isaiah of the Crucified Jesus
by Timothy Cross;
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A Tender Plant From The Dry Ground
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A Tender Plant From The Dry Ground by Timothy Cross was published by Day One in October 2011 and is our 40362nd best seller. The ISBN for A Tender Plant From The Dry Ground is 9781846253140.
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A Tender Plant From the Dry GroundAlan Hill, via The Good Book Stall
Isaiah 53 is one of the most remarkable chapters in the whole Bible and this book helps us to understand why. If you have ever doubted that Christ’s death and resurrection are prophesied in the Old Testament then read this chapter. If you have ever doubted that Christ died as a substitute for sinners, then read this chapter.
This short work is a series of 20 meditations on Isaiah 53. Timothy Cross opens up the meaning of each line of this remarkable prophecy showing that it covers almost every aspect of the person and work of Christ. The author cross references all he says with quotations from the rest of the Bible. There is nothing new in the book, but that is good – we need to hear again and again the good news that Jesus died as just for the unjust to bring us to God. Each chapter ends with three points on which to reflect.
This book would be ideal to use in daily devotions. Preachers will also find gems of truth to stimulate sermon preparation. It will be especially useful for those who give a short exhortation just before taking communion. Highly recommended.
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Details for A Tender Plant From The Dry Ground
|Page last updated||29th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Timothy Cross|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Day One (October 2011)|
|Number of Pages||143|