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The week leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus is one of the most heart stirring and pride smashing times in the gospel narratives. I remember as a new Christian being continually drawn back to this scene. Thankfully God has been pleased to repeatedly plunk me down at the foot of the cross to witness his glorious Son do what we neither could nor would do, that is vindicate his glory.

As I have tried to do annually on Irish Calvinist, we will be looking at several meditations on the Passion Week concluding on Sunday with a devotion on the resurrection. I envision this to be helpful for us as believers, for our own hearts or perhaps even to share with unbelievers. Also, it may serve to jump start some men to the practice of doing family devotions (just go home and read the passage and talk about it). And finally, if it serves to help stir other pastors’ hearts leading to this great weekend of simultaneous humiliation and exaltation through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.

I want to include a helpful link provided by the folks at Crossway and the ESV Bible.   It is a Google Map that annotates the events of the Passion Week.  This is really helpful.  Here is the link.

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2 thoughts on “Devotions for Passion Week”

  1. Brian says:

    Thanks for the google maps link. That’s great!

  2. yvonne wilkinson says:

    That map link is amazing..thankyou! Wish I could have posted it straight onto my facebook page as I don;t have a web-site!

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Erik Raymond is senior pastor of Emmaus Bible Church in Omaha, Ne. He and his wife Christie have six children. You can follow him on Twitter.

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