From the author's website: Max Lucado takes you through the drama of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ—bringing to life Peter’s denial, Pilate’s hesitancy, and John’s loyalty. Relive the events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion, from the foggy garden of Gethsemane to the incandescent room of the resurrection.
I read this one during my adoration hour. I think it took me four Sundays - so four hours. And, while I felt like I enjoyed it as I read, I really can't think of any particular message that leaped out at me. It was a series of essays about the crucifixion but there wasn't a distinct order to the book that gave me some framework for understanding what Lucado's message was - nothing seemed especially meaningful or inspiring. To clarify - Jesus's story is both meaningful and inspiring - I'm just not sure what Max Lucado brought to the table to make it more so. But I have enjoyed Max Lucado's books in the past - at least his ones for children, so I will try another.