• The Power of the Cross

  • Putting It to Work in Your Life
  • By: Tony Evans
  • Narrated by: Calvin Robinson
  • Length: 6 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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By: Tony Evans
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"We need a right view of the cross. It is both a historical event that can take us to heaven and a current event that can bring heaven to bear on Earth." (Tony Evans)

In The Power of the Cross, Tony Evans applies Christ's work to life today. He systematically and pastorally explains three aspects of the cross:

  • Its person: what makes Christ unique and how he is the center of salvation history
  • Its purpose: what was accomplished on it and how it is to be the centerpiece of our lives
  • Its power: the stability and deliverance it provides in our everyday living

We may wear crosses around our necks, but do we apply them to our lives? Jesus' work holds incredible power for us. It's time we embrace it, for God's glory and our good.

©2016 Moody Publishers (P)2016 Oasis Audio

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Inspiring! A Must Read, Again & Again

I recommend that ALL Christians and non Christian’s alike experience the knowledge and hopefulness in Christ that Tony Evans has provided through the understanding and knowledge of the WORD!
I would have loved to hear the reading in Tony Evans voice, the reader was great as well.
I have listened to this book several times!

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best book ever

this book has been amazing it makes you want to take notes so that you can retain the information and use it in your daily life.

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renewing of the mind!!

I created so many bookmarks and here I made it to all my friends it is such a wonderful I up now and I'm thank God for Tony Evans creating these wonderful books I went through this so quickly and hopefully my friends will too thank you so much there's so many golden nuggets in here it's unbelievable things you won't get in churches over a lifetime!!

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A Poignant Perspective

Would you listen to The Power of the Cross again? Why?

I have already listened to it multiple times! There is so much to absorb;I love a book that beckons me to listen repeatedly because I find another nugget of wisdom each time I hear it.

What other book might you compare The Power of the Cross to and why?

I read a lot of books on spirituality and am a fan of Tony Evans' writing style but there is honestly not another book that really helped me to understand the cross with this kind of depth.I'm grateful.

Which character – as performed by Calvin Robinson – was your favorite?

It was nice to have a break from Mirron Willis;the author uses him a lot but I enjoyed the performance of Calvin Robinson.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Each chapter was clear and poignant.