Maybe you are like me. I need reminders of what Jesus accomplished for me through his suffering and death on a cruel Roman cross. A journey to the cross changes my perspective. On that journey, I take my eyes off myself and my problems. Instead, my attention is focused on Jesus. I come away with my faith strengthened and renewed.
If you haven’t yet read The Soldier Who Killed a King why not discover what you have been missing? In these pages you will get a closeup look at Jesus in the final week before his death and resurrection.
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Fasten your seatbelt, because this story will bring a new perspective of Christ’s humiliation and suffering, which is so unique and powerful that you feel you are there. David writes with great command and pulls the reader into how it might have been for Jesus of Nazareth, when even His beloved disciples left him alone. Most of us know the biblical story, but we can’t imagine how it might have really been for our Savior. I give this book 5 stars and a recommendation that everyone should read it.
5 Stars Verified Purchase Mary Cates
I really enjoyed reading this book about what happened during Holy Week from the Roman Centurion’s viewpoint. I’ve had the book for several years now and won the book from the author in a giveaway. I try to read it during each day of Holy Week following along as the days progress. I have bought a few copies and given it to friends just before Palm Sunday so they can read it also.
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Alan Kearns said:
A beneficial read as we draw near to Easter; I certainly recommend it highly.