Miller Bethlehem to Olivet

Miller Bethlehem to Olivet is a brief (24 page) devotional work on the life of Christ from his birth in Bethlehem to Olivet.

Miller Bethlehem to Olivet is a brief (24 page) devotional work on the life of Christ from his birth in Bethlehem to Olivet.






Bethlehem to Olivet
J. R. Miller, 1905

Contents

The Gospel of the Infancy
The Coming of Jesus Christ
The Mother and Child
The Watchfulness of God
The Holy Childhood
The Youth of Jesus Christ
The Shadow of the Cross
“Not Dead, But Sleeps”
“Lord, Save me”
The Children’s Friend
The Teacher by the Sea
Christ at the Door
The Lord is my Shepherd
The Compassion of Christ
Unrequited Love
The Coming of the King
Remember Jesus Christ
The Lesson of Service
The Refuge in Sorrow
“Could You Not Watch One Hour?”
Why Did Peter Fail?
“What Shall I do with Jesus?”
“Behold the Man”
The Great Mystery of Love
Last at the Cross, First at the Grave
The Women Friends of Jesus
The Walk to Emmaus
The King and His Kingdom
The Parting Blessing

Miller Bethlehem to Olivet

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