CrossReads Short Takes: Then Judgment & An Odd Request

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CrossReads Short Takes

Then Judgment

The Three Days Jesus Did Not Spend in the Tomb

by Caryl McAdoo
Then Judgment

As it is appointed unto men to die once, then judgment
The Son of Man was made sin, cast away from the presence of the Great I AM’s presence, and condemned to Hades to face judgment. What exactly happened during those three days from the Lord’s lifeless body of flesh being placed in the tomb and His glorious resurrection? Hints throughout the Scriptures give clues to what transpired—how He got to Paradise to be with the thief on the cross that same day. One thing is certain! He rose on the third day and now lives forevermore seated on His throne at the right hand of the Father! Hallelujah!





An Odd Request

(Love in Pleasant Springs Book 1)

by LuAnn K. Edwards

An Odd Request

Becca Hill receives a random proposal from Ben Peterson, a man she’s not heard from in twelve years, who offers her what she desires but cannot accept.

Becca Hill longs to serve the Lord in a deeper capacity. She’s felt unfulfilled in her ministry since the death of her husband, the pastor of the small Pleasant Springs Community Church. Despite a desire to return to ministry, Becca rejects a marriage proposal she receives in the mail from a pastor friend she’s long admired but hasn’t seen in twelve years.

Ben Peterson needs a wife. He’s convinced the megachurch in Orlando where he serves as the mission’s pastor will terminate him if he doesn’t remarry soon. He’s battling grief over the loss of his wife two years earlier and believes Becca is the woman God has called him to marry. But he doesn’t want to date, and time is against him. He must persuade her that they must marry soon, and more importantly, this arrangement could benefit them both.

Will Becca leave the warmth and love of her small, close-knit community to marry Ben, a man she hasn’t seen in twelve years and someone who may never love her?

Find out now in this wholesome Christian romance.


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