The Kingdom and the Crown, Vol. 3: Behold the Man (Paperback)

by Gerald N. Lund

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Jesus of Nazareth has been preaching in Judea for three years and has gathered many followers with his teachings and miracles. But he has also made enemies who fear his power and his influence and who have conspired to put an end to him by whatever means possible.

The family of David ben Joseph continues to follow Jesus, though the Savior's teachings now carry an undercurrent of sorrow and unsettling prophecy. And despite increasing danger, Jesus' ministry draws him inexorably toward Jerusalem. As the end of Jesus' ministry—and his life—approaches, the lines are swiftly and solidly drawn between those who will stand for Jesus and those who will tear him down.

The final volume of The Kingdom and the Crown series, behold the Man, details the last week of Jesus' life—his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the spiritually fulfilling Last Supper, and the crowning achievement of the Atonement that begins in the Garden of Gethsemane and culminates in the Garden Tomb.

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  • Size:  5 x 7
  • Pages:  679
  • Publisher:  Ensign Peak
  • ISBN:  9781609079512

About the Author

Elder Gerald N. Lund received his B.A. and M.S. degrees in sociology from Brigham Young University. He served for thirty-five years in the Church Educational System, and he served as a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy from 2002 to 2008. He is a prolific and bestselling author of both fiction and nonfiction and is best known for his historical novels, including The Work and the Glory series, Fire of the Covenant, The Kingdom and the Crown series, and The Undaunted. He and his late wife, Lynn, are the parents of seven children.

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