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by A Passionist

Author: A Passionist
Language: English
Publisher: Loreto Publications (April 1, 1999)
Pages: 408 pages
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Rating: 4.2
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Laurels of praise would have sharply contrasted with the crown of thorns he so cherished. At the start of the holy season of Lent.

Laurels of praise would have sharply contrasted with the crown of thorns he so cherished. The Mystery of the Crown of Thorns Paperback – April 1, 1999. by A Passionist (Author).

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Start by marking The Mystery of the Crown of Thorns as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Perfect for Lent! 302 pages, 8½" x 5½", sewn soft cover.

A mystery about eight university graduates who spend five days on the island. The Centurion and the Crown of Thorns. When one of them is murdered, the others help the Inspector solve the case. The two main characters are Christians with criminology degrees. A fictional story about the Centurion who, at the foot of the cross, said, "Truly this was the Son of Go. As people leave the scene of the crucifixion, the Centurion, known in this book as Marcus, stays a little longer. While he’s looking up at Jesus who is still nailed to the cross beams, a small earthquake happens.

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Crown Of Thorns Canvas Print by George Pedro. All canvas prints are professionally printed, assembled, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days and delivered ready-to-hang on your wall. Jesus Christ wearing the crown of thorns forced upon him by a Roman guard as ridicule and torture for being purported to be the King of the Jews. Crown Of Thorns Framed Print By George Pedro. 3rd Sorrowful Mystery:The Crowning of Thorns:The cruel soldiers mocked Jesus pressed upon HIm a crown of thorns an. laced a reed into His right hand.

A Crown of Thorns by Sigmund Brouwer, June 30, 2006, Tyndale House Publishers . There's no description for this book yet.

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When the crown of thorns touched your injury it closed up, and now it’s completely gone. Their look is the look of amazement because of the Lord’s healing power. God has touched you for a second time. Let us pray and praise Him for His healing hands on you today. This time when they prayed it was not a silent prayer as before. All nine prayed out loud.

In all our sufferings then let us look up to the King of Sorrows crowned with thorns. The insults and mockeries of the Crown of Thorns remain to be considered.

The Mysteries of the Crown of Thorns TAKEN FROM The Mystery of the Crown of Thorns by a Passionist Father 1879. In all our sufferings then let us look up to the King of Sorrows crowned with thorns. St. Matthew says: "And bowing the knee before Him, they mocked Him saying: Hail King of the Jews. And spitting upon Him, they took the reed and struck His head.

Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. The Crown of Thorns a Last Sermon Preached in Hawarden Church volume Talbot. Edward Bickersteth Ottley. Authors: Edward Bickersteth Ottley.

It is good that the author of this remarkable work should remain anonymous. Laurels of praise would have sharply contrasted with the crown of thorns he so cherished. At the start of the holy season of Lent, out of devotion to our exemplar Jesus Christ, who endured for our education the first quadragesium of prayer and fasting, ashes are placed on our foreheads so that we might remember not only the clay from whence we came, but also, the dust into which we shall return. Smeared with the blessed ashes, the thumb of Christ s minister draws the cross above our eyes that it might be, as it were, like the Ten Commandments of the Law, written forever before our spiritual gaze as was the latter by the command of God as it is written in the book of Deuteronomy. Contemplating the holy face on the Shroud of Turin, one sees a deep wound on the forehead of our savior where one of the many thorns of his cruel crown punctured that very spot above his eyes where those members of his Church are marked who enter rightly into the penitential season. From the many figures of that spiny diadem in the old testament, to the reality of the instrument of torture beaten into the head of the son of God amidst insults and spittle, this terrible book, unforgettable in its endearing pathos, will help us to understand something of the true ugliness of sin and the awesome price that the Just One had to pay in conquering it.