The Day Jesus Said Yes (Paperback)Stephan Joubert
Jesus said YES in Gethsemane – now it’s your turn to say YES for Him.
On that day in Gethsemane, Jesus did the unthinkable – He said yes to dying a horrific death on the cross to save us.
In The Day Jesus Said Yes, Stephan Joubert will help you realize the enormity of Jesus’ answer and say yes to Him in return.
Follow the Gospel of Mark, with Mark as your official tour guide, as it takes you on Jesus’ journey of suffering from Gethsemane to Golgotha. Find out why Jesus said yes to being flogged, nailed to a cross and left for dead in order to save sinful people who didn’t deserve it.
In Gethsemane, Jesus said YES to suffering and dying on a cross. But because He rose from the dead on the third day, He gave believers the opportunity to rise with Him in a brand-new life.
Also available in Afrikaans
About the Author
Stephan Joubertis a renowned speaker, pastor, leadership consultant and acclaimed author. He is an Extraordinary Professor in Theology at the University of the Free State. Stephan is a research fellow in Theology at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands and is also the editor of echurch, an online community of followers of Jesus. He is married to Marietjie and they have two daughters.
Size148 x 210 mm
Number of Pages132 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
With Mark at Jesus’ Rubicon
The PNR. The Rubicon
To see the Rubicon without crossing it is
the difference between a tourist and an
PNR stands for “point of no return.” In the aviation industry
pilots often refer to it as the radius of action formula. It is a
technical term referring to that point in any flight when an
airplane has consumed too much fuel to return to the airfield
from where it took off. I’ve read that brave pilots during the
Second World War often reached the PNR, going passed the
halfway mark on their airplane’s fuel gauge to launch attacks
or to drop supplies.
Talking about crossing boundaries, one of the most well-
known examples is certainly that of Julius Caesar, who crossed
the Rubicon with his Roman troops on January 10 in the year