Immerse Yourself in the Season of Lent with This Daily Devotional

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The Gospel writers of the New Testament show Jesus spending 40 days in the wilderness, fasting, and being tempted by Satan. Following this pattern, Christians from many church traditions have marked the occasion of Jesus’ death and resurrection by a similar period of fasting known as Lent. The traditional calendar for Lent goes from Ash Wednesday to Easter, with exceptions for Sundays (typically a feast day). 40 Days to the Cross follows that format—40 devotionals spanning 46 days.

The season of Lent is one of anticipation; unlike Advent’s glorious culmination in the birth of Christ, Lent carries an element of mourning. Before we celebrate Easter and the joy of the Resurrection, the church commemorates the events leading to the suffering and death of Jesus Christ.

With 40 Days to the Cross, you’ll journey through the last days of Jesus’ ministry with readings from Mark’s Gospel. Accompanying each reading is a reflection from great Christian thinkers throughout the centuries—from Augustine and John Chrysostom to Dwight L. Moody and Charles H. Spurgeon. As an ebook available in the Logos and Vyrso formats, 40 Days to the Cross also allows you to journal at the end of each devotional entry.

40 Days to the Cross contains:

  • Daily confessions from the Psalms
  • Daily readings from the Gospel of Mark
  • Curated writings from church fathers and theologians like Iranaeus, John Chrysostom, and John Newton
  • Devotional reflection questions
  • Space for journaling responses

Use this daily devotional to jump-start your personal devotions during the Lenten season.

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Get 41% Off the Spurgeon New Testament Commentary Collection

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Charles Spurgeon, the prolific “Prince of Preachers,” delivered thousands of sermons. His years of public ministry spanned the latter half of the nineteenth century, and he often preached several times a week. He published sermons, tracts, a long-running magazine, and several books, but he only completed two commentaries in his lifetime: a volume on the Gospel of Matthew and a six-volume series on the Psalms.

Pick up where Spurgeon left off

Lexham Press has picked up where Spurgeon left off: we’ve compiled the best of Spurgeon’s writings on nine New Testament letters, all in an easy-to-read commentary format. We’ve also highlighted illustrations and tagged them with preaching themes, so they’re easy to use in your sermons, and positioned application content at the end of each section. While we’ve done the work of arranging Spurgeon’s writing verse by verse, the words themselves are Spurgeon’s.

The Spurgeon Commentary Collection: New Testament Letters makes Spurgeon’s content accessible—there’s no longer any need to comb through Spurgeon’s many volumes of content looking for that specific nugget of wisdom. You’re getting Spurgeon’s writings curated in a format that’s tied to the biblical text.

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Start studying with Spurgeon: pre-order the Spurgeon Commentary Collection: New Testament Letters.

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What People Are Saying about Our Abraham Church Curriculum

abraham-following-gods-promise-complete-church-curriculum-for-leaders-and-pastorsEvery resource we develop in-house is something we believe in. If we didn’t think it was a great product, we wouldn’t waste our time on it. And every time we get word of a new endorsement from a Logos user, we do a round of high fives in the office—it tells us that you believe in our products, too.

Not too long ago, we gave some Logos users an opportunity to try out a volume of our new Studies in Faithful Living Series in exchange for a review on their blog. The response was overwhelming—more than 300 reviewers signed up for a copy of Abraham: Following God’s Promise: Complete Church Curriculum. Here are some of the fantastic things you said about it:

“A one-stop shop, literally, for everything you’d need if you desired to walk a class, a small group, or a congregation through the life and times of Abraham. Logos Bible Software has truly done their homework . . .” —Jason Brueckner

“After using this product, you cannot help but walk away knowing more about the life of Abraham and how he followed and believed in God’s promises. Even if you’re not in a small group or church that would use this product, the workbook itself is worth picking up for use in your own personal studies. I’m looking forward to seeing what they do with future products.” —LaRosa Johnson

“. . . pride of place goes to the annotated bibliography (AB) at the end of each section. Golden. The AB gives motivated students an outlet to explore the subject/narrative deeper.” —Tommy Bosworth [Read more…]