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The Victory of Jesus: A Devotional Celebrating Easter, the Ascension, and Pentecost (audiobook)

The Victory of Jesus: A Devotional Celebrating Easter, the Ascension, and Pentecost (audiobook)

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Jesus’s death wasn’t the end. In fact, it was just the beginning.

THE VICTORY OF JESUS is a 50-day Bible study for Christians looking to skip the fluff of a typical devotional without getting bogged down by a lot of academic pomp.

If you’re looking for a devotional that will help you draw closer to God, nourishing your soul as well as your mind, THE VICTORY OF JESUS is for you.

With insightful wisdom and heart-felt teachings that offer lasting spiritual encouragement, devoted Christian author Peter DeHaan takes you on a spiritual journey to explore the biblical events immediately following the Resurrection of Jesus.

Join the disciples as they sit down with the Messiah for a meal of fresh fish after his miraculous triumph over death. Witness the awe-struck reactions of the two disciples who meet a risen Christ on the road to Emmaus. Walk with the apostle Peter as the Savior he denied offers him love, forgiveness, and a powerful new mission.

From the founder of the A Bible a Day website, THE VICTORY OF JESUS inspires Christians from all backgrounds. This easy-to-read, accessible Bible study is perfect for families, individuals, and small groups who want to keep the miracle of Easter (and the events that followed) fresh in your minds and in your hearts throughout the entire year.

If you’re looking for a relevant perspective on biblical events instead of the same old stories rehashed and served up the same old way, buy THE VICTORY OF JESUS and celebrate the Resurrection like never before.



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Celebrating the Victory of Jesus

Most Christians and churches celebrate the season of Easter, which on many church calendars starts on Easter Sunday (Resurrection Sunday) and lasts fifty days to Pentecost. Some call this season Eastertide.

During this time, we remember Jesus’s resurrection from the grave (Easter Sunday); forty days later, his return to heaven (Ascension Day); and ten days after that, the Holy Spirit filling Jesus’s followers (Pentecost). In this devotional, we’ll celebrate all three as we look at the biblical story that spans these fifty days.

Some people praise Jesus as the suffering Savior and others applaud him as the risen Savior. He is, of course, both our suffering Savior and our risen Savior.

Jesus suffered and died for all the wrong things we have done—and will do. In doing so, he serves as the ultimate sin sacrifice to end all sin sacrifices.

When Jesus rises from the grave, he proves he has mastery over death. He no longer needs to die, and we no longer need any more sin sacrifices. He died once to save all people, throughout all time, for all their shortcomings. In doing so, he makes us right with Father God.

His resurrection confirms the finality of what he did.
His resurrection also marks a new covenant between God and us. It replaces the prior covenant instituted in the Old Testament. By dying and rising from the dead, Jesus is victorious. He changes everything.

This book celebrates his glorious victory. It begins with him rising from the dead, then his return to heaven to intercede for us, and later the arrival of the Holy Spirit to guide us and remind us of all Jesus said and did.

We’ll open our remembrance with a recap of his sacrificial death on the cross for our sins (Prologue) and move directly into his resurrection on Easter Sunday (Day 1).

Yet much happens between his death and resurrection, so we’ll spend six days looking back at these events (Day 2 through Day 7). Then, starting on Day 8, we’ll cover what happens after he rises from the dead, marking his return to heaven on Day 40 and the Holy Spirit’s arrival on Day 50.

Along the way, we’ll incorporate Old Testament prophecy to expand our understanding of what Jesus did. As we do, we’ll also tap our imagination to better see things from the perspective of Jesus and his followers.

The Bible records this in the four biographies of Jesus—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—as well as in the book of Acts. Since the apostle John gives us the most content for these events in his narrative, we’ll focus on his account and weave in the other authors’ passages as needed. After that, we’ll switch our attention to the book of Acts to complete our exploration.

May God speak to you during this Easter season.

Meet Author Peter DeHaan

Peter DeHaan, PhD, often makes religious people squirm, but spiritual seekers cheer. He’s not trying to be provocative, but he seeks truth, even if it makes some people uncomfortable. He yearns for Christians to push past the status quo and reconsider how they practice their faith in every area of their lives.

Peter earned his doctorate, awarded with high distinction, from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. He lives with his wife in beautiful Southwest Michigan and wrangles crossword puzzles in his spare time.

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