The Promised Saviour – new for Easter 2021!!
Written specifically for people in prison, this Easter devotional investigates Old Testament prophecies about the death and resurrection of the Suffering Servant and how they were fulfilled in Jesus Christ, the Promised Saviour. The final chapters look at events immediately after the resurrection – the Emmaus Rd conversation, the Great Commission, Jesus’ ascension to heaven and Pentecost – and consider our own journey of discipleship. For a preview, read the introduction and chapter 1.
If you are a Prison Chaplain and would like to order copies (no charge when given to prisoners) please contact me from your work email.
How you can help get this book to prisoners
Copies of The Promised Saviour are sent as a free gift to prisoners via Prison Chaplaincies.
You can help by sponsoring books – a gift of £5 will send a book to 3 prisoners, £10 to 6 prisoners, £20 to 12 prisoners etc.
Please give via Crosslinks where you can add Gift Aid if applicable. Thank you!
What they say…
‘This book will deepen your confidence in Jesus. Was his death a tragic mistake? Had God lost control? Gillian Pegler carefully shows you the Bible’s answer to these questions. Read this book and you will be reminded of the trustworthiness of the promise-making God. You will be reminded of His love for you, and that you can do no better thing than to trust and follow Him.’
Rev Phil Chadder, Chaplaincy Training and Development Officer, Former Managing Chaplain HMP Brixton
‘What do people in prison really need? Have you ever considered that question? We all need hope. Where can you find it? Hope in the Bible is seen in God revealing Himself to us through His Son, Jesus. The story of the Bible truly is the story of Jesus. In this helpful book, Gillian has sought to show us that all of the Bible is about Jesus. Reading this book will show you that this is a love story about Jesus going to the cross for us on that first Easter weekend. Why not read this book for yourself and see the hope that God offers us in Jesus Christ.’
David Lewis, Regional Director, Daylight Christian Prison Trust