To celebrate Pentecost this year, I would like to offer you the opportunity to win a copy of the Special Edition of my book. This is a hardcover version, and is not available anywhere other than through me.
Here’s how it works. Read through my blog and comment on any (or all) of my posts. Each time you submit a comment which I publish, you will be entered in the drawing. The more you write, the better your chance will be of winning. Of course, your submissions must be worthy of publication.
Not only does this give you a chance to win a copy of the book, but it also gives us a chance to enter into meaningful dialog. I look forward to meeting many of you and learning from your comments!
To be entered into the drawing, your submissions must be received by Pentecost, which is June 8, 2014.
He is risen! He is risen indeed!
Today we remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Although this is primarily a Christian celebration, it is spoken of throughout the world. It is our proclamation that Jesus endured unspeakable torture, was crucified, died, was buried and spent three days and three nights in the tomb. Then, God raised him from the dead and gave him a glorified body!
Jesus was the first man to emerge victorious over death. All who confess him as Lord, believing that God raised him from the dead are saved, and have everlasting life. When Jesus returns, we who believe will receive bodies like the one which God gave him when he was raised.
Today, as we celebrated Easter, my wife found a video which I would like to share with you. The music is taken from a song written by Leonard Cohen. I hope you enjoy it!
Hallelujah: Easter Version