Rich Wounds: The Countless Treasure of the Life, Death, and Triumph of Jesus

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Rich Wounds

Author: David Mathis

Thirty short but profound reflections that help you to meditate on and marvel at the sacrificial love of Jesus. This book also works fantastically as a devotional.

These short but profound reflections from David Mathis, author of The Christmas We Didn’t Expect, will help you to look deeper at Jesus’ life, sacrificial death and spectacular resurrection—enabling you to treasure anew who Jesus is and what he has done for us.

Many of us are so familiar with the Easter story that it becomes easy to miss subtle details and difficult to really enjoy its meaning. This book will help you to pause and marvel at Jesus, whose now-glorified wounds are a sign of his unfailing love and the decisive victory that he has won:

“He was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5)

This book works fantastically as a devotional at any time of year. The chapters on Holy Week make it especially helpful during the Lent season and at Easter.

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Introduction: The Many Crowns of Christ


  1. His Habits
  2. His Purpose
  3. He Worked
  4. He Slept
  5. He Wept
  6. He Walked
  7. He Taught
  8. He Discipled 


  1. What Makes a Cross Wonderful?
  2. What Makes Blood Precious?
  3. Barabbas and Me
  4. He Took the Wrath for Us
  5. A Much More Excellent Covenant
  6. God’s Defining Moment
  7. Get to the cross and Never Leave


  1. His Heart Beats
  2. He Is Risen Indeed
  3. He Cannot Be Stopped
  4. He Is Exalted
  5. His Reign Has Begun
  6. He Sat Down
  7. His Scars Will Never Fade


  1. The Strange and Wonderful Ride
  2. Jesus’ Most Controversial Claim
  3. He Sealed His Fate With a Song
  4. Enter the Traitor
  5. His Hour Had Come
  6. Why We Call the Worst Day “Good”
  7. They Did Not Break His Legs
  8. The Triumph of Joy

Epilogue: Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken

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