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In the Eye of the Storm

Max Lucado

One day in the life of Christ. Call it a tapestry of turmoil: A noisy pictorial in which the golden threads of triumph knot against the black, frazzled strings of tragedy. Call it a symphony of emotions: A sunrise-to-sunset orchestration of extremes. One score is brassy with exuberance -- the next moans with sorrow. Whatever you call it -- call it real. Author Max Lucado calls it "the second most stressful day in the life of our Savior." Before the morning becomes evening Jesus has reason to weep, then run, then shout, the curse, then praise, then doubt. Within a matter of moments his world is turned upside down. Sound familiar? The pink slip comes. The doctor calls. The divorce papers arrive. The check bounces. The life that had been calm is now chaotic. The world that had been serene is now stormy. Assailed by doubts. Pummeled by demands. If you've ever wondered if God in heaven can relate to you on earth, then read and re-read this pressure-packed day in the life of Christ. It is the only day, aside from the crucifixion, that all four gospels recorded. Lucado has interwoven their accounts in such a way that you will be assured that God knows how you feel. And you will be assured that within every torrent there is a calm center -- a place you can stand when your world gets windy. The Eye of the Storm.

One day in the life of Christ. Call it a tapestry of turmoil: A noisy pictorial in which the golden threads of triumph knot against the black, frazzled strings of tragedy. Call it a symphony of emotions: A sunrise-to-sunset orchestration of extremes. One score is brassy with exuberance -- the next moans with sorrow. Whatever you call it -- call it real. Author Max Lucado calls it "the second most stressful day in the life of our Savior." Before the morning becomes evening Jesus has reason to weep, then run, then shout, the curse, then praise, then doubt. Within a matter of moments his world is turned upside down. Sound familiar? The pink slip comes. The doctor calls. The divorce papers arrive. The check bounces. The life that had been calm is now chaotic. The world that had been serene is now stormy. Assailed by doubts. Pummeled by demands. If you've ever wondered if God in heaven can relate to you on earth, then read and re-read this pressure-packed day in the life of Christ. It is the only day, aside from the crucifixion, that all four gospels recorded. Lucado has interwoven their accounts in such a way that you will be assured that God knows how you feel. And you will be assured that within every torrent there is a calm center -- a place you can stand when your world gets windy. The Eye of the Storm.
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One day in the life of Christ. Call it a tapestry of turmoil: A noisy pictorial in which the golden threads of triumph knot against the black, frazzled strings of tragedy. Call it a symphony of emotions: A sunrise-to-sunset orchestration of extremes. One score is brassy with exuberance -- the next moans with sorrow. Whatever you call it -- call it real. Author Max Lucado calls it "the second most stressful day in the life of our Savior." Before the morning becomes evening Jesus has reason to weep, then run, then shout, the curse, then praise, then doubt. Within a matter of moments his world is turned upside down. Sound familiar? The pink slip comes. The doctor calls. The divorce papers arrive. The check bounces. The life that had been calm is now chaotic. The world that had been serene is now stormy. Assailed by doubts. Pummeled by demands. If you've ever wondered if God in heaven can relate to you on earth, then read and re-read this pressure-packed day in the life of Christ. It is the only day, aside from the crucifixion, that all four gospels recorded. Lucado has interwoven their accounts in such a way that you will be assured that God knows how you feel. And you will be assured that within every torrent there is a calm center -- a place you can stand when your world gets windy. The Eye of the Storm.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Ben Holland

Length:

4h 57m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

05:37


Chapter 1
Chapter 1

10:26


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

20:23


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

16:39


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

10:37


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

05:44


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

07:33


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

08:49


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

04:36


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

11:04


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

10:52


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

13:57


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

12:30


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

11:51


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

07:54


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

09:21


Chapter 16
Chapter 16

07:05


Chapter 17
Chapter 17

11:49


Chapter 18
Chapter 18

14:31


Chapter 19
Chapter 19

07:11


Chapter 20
Chapter 20

03:59


Chapter 21
Chapter 21

06:18


Chapter 22
Chapter 22

16:16


Chapter 23
Chapter 23

13:44


Chapter 24
Chapter 24

11:05


Chapter 25
Chapter 25

09:57


Chapter 26
Chapter 26

13:36


Chapter 27
Chapter 27

05:14


Chapter 28
Chapter 28

05:47


Chapter 29
Chapter 29

02:58