And the Angels Were Silent (Chronicles of the Cross)

by Max Lucado

Paperback, 1993





You can tell a lot about a person by the way he dies. In the last week of his life, Jesus deliberately sets his face toward Jerusalem--and certain death. This is no ordinary week. Even the angels are silent as they ponder the final days of Jesus Christ. This is no ordinary walk. Jesus doesn't chatter. He doesn't pause. He is on his final journey. He walks determinedly to the holy city, angrily into the temple, wearily into Gethsemane, painfully up the Via Dolorosa. And powerfully out of the vacated tomb. Master storyteller and best-selling author Max Lucado invites you: "Let's follow Jesus on his final journey. For by observing his, we may learn how to make ours. And discover what matters to God."


Christian Large Print (1993), 285 pages


½ (56 ratings; 3.8)

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LibraryThing member Jim-Per
All Max Lucado's books are well worth the the time spent reading them, and they don't require much time, because once you pick it up you can't but it down. This one was very special and required a secone read.
LibraryThing member mshontz
Chapters follow thru Jesus' last week, each day Friday - Sunday. Includes Study Guide starting on p. 195 with Biblical references. Thoughtful and easy to read presentation.
LibraryThing member JenniferRobb
I both liked and didn't like this book. From the title, I expected an account of Jesus's last week on earth (prior to his crucifixion) and while that is covered, it is done in such a way that in some cases, I struggled to figure out what part of that week the author was using for his message.
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