Jesus willingly endured unimaginable depths of sufa fering for his friends. John 13:1 says he loved us to the uttermost. To love to the uttermost is to love freely, without reserve or limit, and without flaw or failure. As we journey with Jesus for eight days a from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday a from triumphal entry, to arrest and trial, to death and burial and triumphant resurrection, we gaze on a Godaman who begrudges no pain or reproach on his pathway to redeem lost sinners. Here is the one who ahumbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a crossa (Philippians 2:8). In Love to the Uttermost: Devotional Readings for Holy Week, John Piper calls you to fix your eyes steadily on Jesus as he loves you to the uttermost. About the Author John Piper is founder and teacher for desiringGod.org. For 35 years, he served as senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota. John is the author of more than 50 books, and his sermons and articles are available free online at desiringGod.org.
|Title||:||Love to the Uttermost: Devotional Readings for Holy Week|
|Author||:||Bestsellers - Books USA Press|