The Way of the Cross is a devout journey through the Stations of the Cross, complete with prayer and meditation.
The Way of the Cross is an inspirational journey that can be taken at any time, not just at Easter.
The Way of the Cross is also available on other electronic devises such as the Roku set top box at My Prayer Channel: Access Code: ANB9G
Seven stories by Anthony J Fuchs -- "Anywhen," "Dawn," "After/Thought," "Unstuck," "That Final Darkness," "Coming Home," and "Out of Joint" -- are included in this first collection, along with an Afterword by the author.
Award-winning Author Shelley Gilbert's seventh book God Is Real, My Spiritual Journey to God and Eternity is her inspirational memoir. A Jewish atheist, she experienced a crying and shaking epiphany, found God and converted to Christianity. "In a half hour, I went from believing nothing to believing everything." Her honest and deeply personal narration is intriguing and moving.
'A story about a guy driving across the country.' I'm tempted to just leave it at that. But I doubt if it would entice too many readers to take a look at 'The Idiot Years.' Strong stuff contained within the pages - as strong and honest as I could write. I did my best. Take a look and tell me if it's good enough.
The Lost Parable of the Cross - hidden within the true-life historical events of Jesus’ last days is a metaphor for Christian living and sanctification. David defeating Goliath, and Abraham offering Isaac also carry powerful spiritual metaphors, likewise, so does Christ going to the cross as Our Example in the Faith. Discover what it really means to be victorious in Christ!
A great deal of commentary has concerned itself with the abandonment of Jesus, by God, on the cross, inspired by Jesus' cry, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" In point of fact, Jesus was handing out a Bible reference for his persecutors- and followers- to look into, because as it happens these are the first words of Psalm 22.