©2003 Anne Cathering Emmerich; (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC
"Franklin may have used history as a starting point, but he imagines the events in human terms, creating a book that transmutes historical fact into something much more powerful, dramatic and compelling." (Publishers Weekly)
The impact to me was about the same.
The description of the suffering of my Lord was vivid and moved me to contemplate on every part of His agony. I feel responsible for my Lord's passion, grief and agonizing crucifixionSuffering for Mother Mary is unbearable.
He is moved and moving.
No. I went to certain parts over and over again.
Since I signed up, I have listen every day and will continue for the rest of Lent.
A treasure to read or listen to not only in Lent but anytime. Wonderful insights to expand our meditation on the Gospels. A classic for all time.
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