This is the Korean translation of the book The Cross
Kneel again in blood and water, and revisit the hill where the two of you first met. Understand the great paradox of the cross—He suffered so we never have to, and He suffered to show us how. His cross will make sense of your sufferings. Your faith will be strengthened as you believe God for your own resurrection!
This is the most profound writing on the cross I have ever read. The magnitude of this book is almost beyond my ability to describe—it’s a treasure of truth.
Don Wilkerson, Founder, Teen Challenge
256 pages, 24 chapters
Each chapter has study questions for discipleship groups
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