It’s March– Easter is just around the corner. In fact, it’s on March 27th in case you were wondering. People who rarely darken the doors of a church will indeed drop in on Easter Sunday. Families will come together, little girls will don their pastel dresses and little boys their button-up shirts with their hair, temporarily combed perfectly.
What is Easter about? Why does it matter? How does it affect you? In Six Hours One Friday Max Lucado writes masterfully about events that happened in Jesus’ life and how you and I relate to them, and most importantly that through Christ’s death, your life has purpose and meaning. Sadly, for many, Easter will just be about the chocolate bunnies and Cadbury eggs. Don’t miss what this season is all about. Don’t miss that the God of the universe walked upon the earth He created for 33 years and ultimately died so that you and I may have life, and life abundantly. I read Six Hours One Friday in just under two days, and I guarantee it’ll be a book you will want to read, reflect, and digest year after year as we approach Easter.
Snag a copy on Amazon or borrow it from your local library. You won’t regret it.