As we approach Easter this coming Sunday, I wanted to offer you something I have not offered before. In 1986 I began researching a book that I completed in 2009. Yes, it took me a long time to write it. It takes all the New Testament gospel accounts of the Savior's final week—from His entrance into Jerusalem to his Resurrection—and compares them word-for-word across landscape-oriented pages. It is 134 pages long.
This book is designed for studying the unique material that lies in the gospel accounts. It is not a book you would sit down and read, but it should help give you insight about all we know about the Savior's last days on earth.
Here is a sample of how the pages are laid out (the actual pages will be much clearer) :
You are welcome to download a copy of the book from this link: The Final Passover: A Word-Phrase Study of the Last Days of Jesus Christ. I will leave the link up for several days. [I have removed the link as of April 27, 2011. Thank you all for your interest in the book.]
Thank you all for your prayers. I certainly need them. I want to thank my wife for that last post. That was very sweet of her. She has been working herself tirelessly to care for me and I am so grateful to her.
I also need my Savior and I am thinking of Him a lot this Easter week. It is my testimony that He lives and that He alone can heal us, if we will not hide from Him or ignore Him.