This inspiring look at the many facets of Christ's splendor offers us the opportunity to become like Christ by focusing on him. Lundgaard draws on the teaching of John Owen in this fresh and moving portrayal of the glory of Christ.
“This book bears a striking resemblance to one by a seventeenth-century Puritan named John Owen. The similarities are purely intentional – his stuff was so good I borrowed it and bent it till it looked like my own. If you have the patience to learn to read his language, I recommend that you put this book down and grab his The Glory of Christ. But if you haven’t the leisure to learn his language, I hope this book will do.” – Author’s Note
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KRIS LUNDGAARD was associate pastor of University PCA in NM. He is currently a manager in the computer industry. He lives with his wife, Paula, and four children in Austin, Texas.
"In his first book, The Enemy Within, Lundgaard displayed his excellent skills as a diagnostician of the disease of sin. Now he follows as a physician of souls with the much needed healing medicine of Christ's glory and grace." - Bryan Chapell
"This is a precious book: first, because of its vivid focus on Jesus and his glory; second, because of its piercing analysis of what goes wrong in Christian hearts, and what to do about it; third, because of its refreshing words to old folks like myself in particular; fourth, because of the author's skill in putting deep Puritan thoughts from John Owen into language that any believer from mid-teens on can handle. It is a fresh-flavored doctrinal devotional of classic quality, which I enthusiastically recommend." - J. I. Packer
"Kris Lundgaard's remarkavle pen gives us the Christ of the Bible- the cosmic Creator and Redeemer who fills every horizon - our all in all. Thanks be to God!" - R. Kent Hughes