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The Day I Was Crucified ~ Review

The Day I was Crucified
As told by Christ Himself
By Gene Edwards

Gene Edwards has a unique way of presenting the account of Jesus's crucifixion - an accounting as it would have been as seen through the eyes of Jesus.  The complete and utter despair that He faced when separated from His Father by taking onto Himself the entirety of humanities sin.

This is an eye opening book offers the reader a new view of the ultimate gift of God's love and His triumph over the grave.  The second part to this book is blending of the four Gospel narratives in a chronological story of the day Christ was crucified.

I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.

About the Book:
Quite simply, one of the most powerful, moving pieces of Christian literature of modern times.

Other books have recorded the crucifixion and resurrection, but never before has the reader been ushered into unseen realms to witness the power of the cross as seen from the view of God the Father. You will discover a whole world of new meaning of Christ's death as you witness the destruction of the world systems, the annihilation of the law, the end of Adam's fallen race...and the death of Death. Here is an unequaled drama of power and depth which Christian literature has rarely, if ever, achieved.

Edward's The Day I Was Crucified As Told By Jesus the Christ now takes its place among the greatest of Christian literature. We will still be reading this book 200 years from now, and still weeping (and praising) as we read.

This is one of those rare life-transforming books.

About the Book:
Earl Eugene "Gene" Edwards (born July 18, 1932) is an American house church planter, a Christian author, and a former Southern Baptist pastor and evangelist. A graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, he is an outspoken proponent of the house church concept in the United States.