A 48-Day Devotional Liturgy for Remembering Christ’s Life, Death, and Resurrection
God’s offer of eternal life through his work on the cross remains the greatest gift the world has known. But contrary to its importance, Holy Week always seems to pass by quickly and be associated with habitual practices that elicit little reflection. As a result, it can be challenging for Christians to establish routines for meditation on Christ’s life, death, and resurrection.
O Sacred Head, Now Wounded by Jonathan Gibson presents a 48-day devotional liturgy to help readers effectively prepare their hearts from Pascha (Easter) to Pentecost. Following the same format as Be Thou My Vision, each daily reading includes applicable Scripture readings, hymns, prayers, creeds, and prompts for petition and confession to enrich personal meditation and family worship.
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For individuals and families, this 48-day liturgical devotional guides readers through Pascha (Easter), Holy Week, and Pentecost—helping them retain their focus on the saving work of Christ throughout his temptations, life, trial, passion, death, burial, resurrection, ascension, and Pentecost.
- 42 Daily Readings Plus 6 Seasonal Devotions: Featuring Scripture readings, hymns, prayers, and creeds, as well as prompts for meditation, petition, and confession
- Created for Lent and Easter: Guides readers through the life and death of Jesus, from Pascha (Easter) to Pentecost
- Repetition throughout Readings: Scripture, hymns, and creeds repeat to help readers memorize important material
- Written by Jonathan Gibson: Author of Be Thou My Vision: A Liturgy for Daily Worship and O Come, O Come, Emmanuel: A Liturgy for Daily Worship from Advent to Epiphany
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