Actually, The First Easter is a collection of sermons by Peter Marshall, interlaced into one cohesive book. It's done so well (by his wife Catherine) that it is seamless, where one sermon passage ends and another begins. It all feels like one full-length book he wrote. His paragraphs cascade down the page, visually similar to poetry. This book was compiled by Catherine Marshall, Peter's widow, from 96 Easter manuscripts from 18 years and 4 months of preaching. Peter was a Scottish immigrant-pastor and chaplain of the United States Senate. He passed away in 1949, only in his forties. Catherine was able to get the book published as he wrote his manuscripts, in a poetic style.
Soon after starting the book, I was caught up in the lives and times of Jesus and His Disciples, and felt as though I was a bystander as the final week of Jesus' life before His crucifixion played out in front of my eyes. When Mary cried at the tomb, I cried with her, and when she saw Jesus, her joy was so real, that I felt like I was right there with.
byMarshall, Peter, 1902-1949. Publication date 1959.
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The First Easter & Jesus Loved Them (A Guideposts 2-in-1 Selection) by Peter Marshall. Here in The First Easter are the important scenes and events of Christ's Passion - from the Last Supper to the Resurrection - a drama alternately tender and terrible, but always engrossing. No descriptions found. Library descriptions.
Published 1988 by Chosen Books in Old Tappan, .
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Peter Marshall (May,1902 – January 26,1949) was a Scots-American preacher, pastor of the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC and was appointed as Chaplain of the United States Senate. He is remembered popularly from the success of A Man Called Peter (1951), ISBN 4871876284 a biography of him written by his widow, Catherine Marshall, and the 1955 film adaptation of the same name, which was nominated for an Academy Award for its cinematography.
William Hofmann (1924–1995) was an artist who illustrated books in the late 1950s and the 1960s. The works he illustrated include: The First Easter (1959) by Peter Marshall. Four English Biographies Harcourt Brace & World, Inc, (1961) by J. B. Priestley, and O. Davis. The Blue of Capricorn (1962) by Eugene Burdick. Indian Uprising, Houghton Mifflin (1962) by George Cory Franklin.
Peter Marshall often said, "Spirituality is a matter of perception, not proof. Most preachers in the first half of the 20th century relied on rhetoric to proclaim God's truth. Marshall decided to paint word pictures for his listeners.