The theme for these devotions is Search the Scriptures. Jesus speaks these very words in connection with the truth that the Scriptures, specifically the Old Testament, bear witness to Him (John... More > 5:39). In Luke 24:44, our Lord tells His disciples that the things written of Him in Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled. This first volume has 365 devotions from the first day of Advent through the last week of the Church year. It covers the events leading up to the Birth of the Savior in Bethlehem. Then we follow Christ as He sets out on His earthly ministry. This first volume ends with Jesus giving sight to the man born blind.< Less
There are 365 devotions in this volume. As was the form in the first two volumes, so also do these devotions begin with verses from the Old Testament and point us to Christ. Then follows a... More > transitional paragraph or two that leads us to the Gospel section for the day. Devotional thoughts and applications are offered. After a prayer, there are one or more hymn stanzas related to the topic of the day.
Volume 1 commenced with Old Testament passages promising the Advent of the Christ and ended in John 9 with Jesus giving the gift of sight to the man born blind. Volume 2 began with John 10 and the truth that Jesus is the Good Shepherd and concluded on the day after the Savior’s Palm Sunday processional into Jerusalem and the temple. This third volume picks up with the events of Palm Monday and concludes with Incarnate Son of God’s death on the cross.< Less
"Magwort and the Master" is a children's book for grown-ups and a grown-ups' story for children. The book follows the account of the Gospel with the accounts of our Lord's Life, Death,... More > Crucifixion and Resurrection. While telling the Good News of salvation by the grace of God through faith in Christ, it gives the Biblical understanding of "meekness," which is quite different from the world's relatively negative perception of this virtue.< Less