Ferguson, Sinclair B.
Journey with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem with these reflections for Lent by Sinclair Ferguson. As you walk through the second half of Luke’s Gospel, you'll meet the people Jesus encountered on the way to the cross—and prepare your heart to appreciate his death and resurrection afresh.
Each day you'll be invited to:
• Read a passage of Luke's Gospel and a short meditation by Sinclair Ferguson
• Reflect on a thought-provoking question
• Respond in prayer and praise as you journal
Pithy yet profound, these devotions will hold up a mirror to your own heart and, more importantly, give you a window into the heart of the Lord Jesus—the one who came to seek and to save the lost at Easter.
This is the perfect follow-up to Sinclair Ferguson's highly popular Advent devotional, Love Came Down at Christmas.
41 daily readings from the Gospel of Luke
The beginning of Lent
Week 1: Conversations on the Way
Week 2: Meeting the Confused
Week 3: The Path to Discipleship
Week 4: Friends and Enemies
Week 5: Towards the Cross
Holy week: The Final Destination
Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson is a Ligonier teaching fellow and distinguished visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. He previously served as the senior minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, S.C., and he has written more than two dozen books.
"If, like me, you have been guilty of largely ignoring the 40 days of Lent, prepare to be redirected, challenged and stirred by Sinclair Ferguson’s focus, not on the process but on the person and work of the Lord Jesus."
"So many things clamor for our attention during this season when we really do want to put our focus on Christ. Sinclair Ferguson helps us to turn our gaze toward Jesus day by day so that we can take in the wonder of his grace toward sinners."
"I’ve peppered Sinclair with questions over a lunch table. I’ve read his books. I listen to his sermons. All because he is a precious guide to understanding our Savior’s life and work. And that’s the glorious effect of reading this devotional. Read it during Lent. Read it before Lent. Read it after Lent. It doesn’t matter. Just be sure to read it."