At the end of a novel, it’s helpful to see how a character’s past impacts their present. Moments of narrative foreshadowing are revealed and the ending hopefully makes sense.
Is it the same with your own personal story? What does it take to slow down and see the narrative foreshadowing Jesus is using to make you who you are and will become?
Join Rick as he continues a special series examining how portions of The Chronicles of Narnia series point to truths about Jesus revealed in the Bible. Returning to Aslan’s sacrifice in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, we’ll discuss the symbolic meaning of the stone table cracking in this story, and how it mirrors the Temple curtain separating after Jesus was crucified.
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- (Now Available) Spiritual Grit
- Friends of God: A Discipleship Experience
- The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
- The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
- The Unreasonable Jesus by Thomas Christianson
- The Jesus-Centered Life by Rick Lawrence