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Captured by Calvary

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Be captured by the wisdom, power, grace and wonder of Calvary. These devotional meditations take you to the heart of the Gospel. They will fill you with awe of God. They will cause you to bow before the Lord in adoration.
Paperback, 82 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Ray Hawkins (first published March 1st 2012)
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Omega Writers
May 17, 2013 Omega Writers rated it liked it
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Three and a half stars.

Ray Hawkin’s new devotional Captured by Calvary is a book of 31 meditations on the Cross, Followed by a teaching for each and concludes with a reflection or meditation on what has been learned.

The teachings are the ‘meat’ of God’s word and are for those who would take a closer look at Scripture and desires to deepen their faith with sound Biblical truths and teachings.

Ray describes two ‘roads’ that the Church faces - the uncompromising
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Narelle
Sep 04, 2013 Narelle rated it it was amazing
Captured by Calvary is another excellent devotion book by Ray Hawkins in his 31 Biblical Devotions series. This book illuminates the essence of the Christian faith and gospel message in a way that is easy to understand. It explores the centrality and significance of Jesus’ death and resurrection, refering to verses in both the Old and New Testaments.

Each devotion starts with a key verse, which is discussed with references to other Biblical passages and verses, and has a reflection section at the
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Susan Barnes
Aug 19, 2013 Susan Barnes rated it really liked it
Captured by Calvary is a collection of 31 devotions about the Cross of Christ. Ray Hawkins has written these thoughts to help people meditate on the implications of Christ’s death.

These devotions are an in-depth look at the different aspects of the work Christ accomplished on the cross. It looks at the symbolism of the cross; the connection with the Passover; the fulfilment of Old Testament thinking as well as the prophesies; God’s foreknowledge of the Cross; the significance of various events
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Johanna
Aug 18, 2013 Johanna rated it it was amazing
I was really excited to receive this 31 day devotional from Ray Hawkins because I really wanted to explore the deeper meaning of Easter and its symbolism. I can proudly say that I was not disappointed!!! Hawkins goes into such eye opening detail which really helped me appreciate Easter and Christ’s sacrifice for us a lot more. Everything is now so much more significant!! I plan on reading this book every year before Easter and a little after as it is the perfect book to help guide your ...more
Shirley Corder
Aug 22, 2013 Shirley Corder rated it really liked it
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This is a small book with 31 big messages. It is not a quick book to skim through. It is exactly what Ray Hawkins says on the subtitle 31 Biblical Devotions to Meditate on the Cross--God's Glory: it is a book of readings on which to meditate.

Each 2-3 page devotion is based on one or two key verses from Scripture, and deserves a close look. In addition to background information, Ray includes insightful thoughts and sometimes questions to help the reader apply the message to his or her own life. E
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