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Christians can easily feel that Jesus is perpetually disappointed and frustrated, maybe even close to giving up on them. They know what Christ has done for them―but who is he? How does he feel about his people amid all their sins and failures?

In Matthew 11, Jesus describes himself as “gentle and lowly in heart,” longing for his people to find rest in him. This book reflects on his words, diving deep into Bible passages that speak of Christ’s affections for sinners and encouraging believers as they journey, weary and faltering, toward heaven.

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Gentle and Lowly comes from the pen of someone who has not just profited from reading the Puritans―but who, more importantly, has read the Bible under their tutelage. One short book can never be enough to convey all the glory of the character of Christ, but this book deftly unpacks something we often overlook: Christ is meek and lowly in heart and gives rest to those who labor and are burdened. Written with pastoral gentleness and quiet beauty, it teases out what twenty biblical texts contribute to this portrait of the heart of Christ, all of it brought together to bring comfort, strength, and rest to believers.”
D. A. Carson, Cofounder and Theologian-at-Large, The Gospel Coalition

“In this timely work, Dane Ortlund directs our attention back to the person of Jesus. Centered on the Scriptures and drawing upon the best of the Puritan tradition, Ortlund helps us see the heart of God as it is revealed to us in Christ. He reminds us not only of Jesus’s promises of rest and comfort, but of the Bible’s vision of Jesus: a kind and gracious King.”
Russell Moore, Public Theologian, Christianity Today; Director, Christianity Today''s Public Theology Project

“The title of this book immediately evoked within me a sense of longing, hope, and gratitude. The message it contains is a balm for every heart that feels pierced by sin or sorrow―whether from within or without. It is an invitation to experience the sweet consolations of a Savior who moves toward us with tenderness and grace, when we know we deserve just the opposite from him.”
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, author; Founder, Revive Our Hearts and True Woman

“On the rough, rocky, and often dark path between the ‘already’ and the ‘not yet,’ there is nothing your weary heart needs more than to know the beauty of the heart of Jesus. It is that beauty that alone has the power to overwhelm all the ugly you will encounter along the way. I have read no book that more carefully, thoroughly, and tenderly displays Christ’s heart than what Dane Ortlund has written. As if I was listening to a great symphony, I was moved in different ways in different passages but left each feeling hugely blessed to know that what was being described was the heart of my Savior, my Lord, my Friend, and my Redeemer. I can’t think of anyone in the family of God who wouldn’t be greatly helped by spending time seeing the heart of Jesus through the eyes of such a gifted guide as Ortlund.”
Paul David Tripp, President, Paul Tripp Ministries; author, New Morning Mercies and My Heart Cries Out

“The Puritans breathed Christ-centered practices: they embraced the Bible as a lifeline, exercised it like a muscle, and relied upon it like a bulletproof vest. They knew how to hate their sin without hating themselves because they understood that Christ’s grace is an ever-present Person, a Person who understands our situation and our needs better than we do. They understood that we suffer because of sin. Dane Ortlund masterfully handles a treasure trove of Puritan wisdom and deftly presents it to the Christian reader. Read this book and pray that the Holy Spirit reveals Christ to you as the Puritans understood him, and you will be refreshed to understand God’s grace in a whole new way.”
Rosaria Butterfield, Former Professor of English, Syracuse University; author, The Gospel Comes with a House Key

“‘He is so strong that he can afford to be gentle.’ That old movie line is more than a throwaway sentiment when we consider the theological precision and pastoral heart of Dane Ortlund describing God’s heart toward those who are weak, weary, sin-sick, and despairing. The insights of Gentle and Lowly are truly a river of mercy flowing from the throne of God, through great pastors of the past, and into precious and powerful ministry for today.”
Bryan Chapell, Pastor Emeritus, Grace Presbyterian Church, Peoria, Illinois

“My life has been transformed by the beautiful, staggering truths in this book. Dane Ortlund lifts our eyes to see Christ’s compassion-filled heart for sinners and sufferers, proving that Jesus is no reluctant savior but one who delights in showing his mercy. For any feeling bruised, weary, or empty, this is the balm for you.”
Michael Reeves, President and Professor of Theology, Union School of Theology, UK

“Only a few pages in I started to realize how unusual and essential this book is―it is an exposition of the very heart of Christ. The result is a book that astonishes us with the sheer abundance and capacity of his love for us. Breathtaking and healing in equal measure, it is already one of the best books I’ve read.”
Sam Allberry, pastor; author, 7 Myths about Singleness

“Dane Ortlund writes about what seems too good to be true―the Lord delights to show mercy to you and to me―so he works very carefully through key texts and enlists the help of saints past. I was persuaded, and I look forward to being persuaded again and again.”
Ed Welch, Counselor and Faculty Member, Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation

“Dane Ortlund leads us into the very heart of God incarnate―not only what Jesus did for us, but how he feels toward us. That’s right: feels toward us. Anchored in Scripture and drawing on the Puritan Thomas Goodwin, this book is medicine for broken hearts.”
Michael Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California

“Dane Ortlund helps us rediscover the heart of Jesus that is the very heart of the gospel. This delightful book opens up the sheer immensity of Jesus’s tender love for us. As you immerse yourself in Christ’s very heart, you’ll find your own heart warmed at the fire of the love of God. Ortlund opens up a neglected theme among the Puritans (in bite-sized chunks that won’t overwhelm you), where you’ll discover their grasp of the beauty of Jesus’s love. Your soul needs this book. I highly recommend it.”
Paul E. Miller, author, A Praying Life and J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life

Gentle and Lowly is drawing me to the heart of Christ. It is helping me to draw the hearts of my counselees to Christ. Gentle and Lowly is the best book of the twenty-first century.”
Bob Kellemen, Academic Dean and Professor of Biblical Counseling, Faith Bible Seminary; author, Grief: Walking with Jesus

About the Author

Dane C. Ortlund (PhD, Wheaton College) serves as senior pastor of Naperville Presbyterian Church in Naperville, Illinois. He is the author of Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers and Deeper: Real Change for Real Sinners. Dane and his wife, Stacey, have five children.

Executive Vice President of Bible Publishing and Bible Publisher, Crossway

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T. J. Riley
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Most difficult book I’ve ever read!
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2020
This is definitely the most difficult book ever read! The reason is it was so hard to read through the tears. Dane Ortlund really gets across what the heart of Christ is truly like. We have such a poor understanding of the nature of Jesus love for us and this book did such... See more
This is definitely the most difficult book ever read! The reason is it was so hard to read through the tears. Dane Ortlund really gets across what the heart of Christ is truly like. We have such a poor understanding of the nature of Jesus love for us and this book did such a great job in presenting that. I have been looking for a book like this for a long long time and I’m grateful that I found it. May God bless this author !
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We Need to Know Christ’s Heart For Us
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2020
Personally, this book has moved into my top 3 favorite books of all time. Years ago, I read The Heart of Christ by Thomas Goodwin. That book has been my favorite ever since. Ortlund’s Gentle and Lowly makes Goodwin far more accessible. Drawing on some of the most beautiful... See more
Personally, this book has moved into my top 3 favorite books of all time. Years ago, I read The Heart of Christ by Thomas Goodwin. That book has been my favorite ever since. Ortlund’s Gentle and Lowly makes Goodwin far more accessible. Drawing on some of the most beautiful biblical texts that reveal the heart of Christ, Dane Ortlund writes in a way to help the reader be sure of Christ’s heart for them. Whether it’s through Christ’s present intercession for us, him being an advocate for us, or him loving us until the very end, this book will jumpstart the dead heart as the fountain of God’s love pours grace on to you from the heart of Christ himself. I bought this book for all the leaders in my church so they could be refreshed and be refreshing to others. Get this book.
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Christology at Its Best While Incredibly Heart-Stoking
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2020
Must buy. Must read. Hard to imagine that any Christian wouldn’t be benefitted by this work. Christ is seen so clearly and majestically in Ortlund’s work. I have already bought 6 copies to give out and have sent the link out numerous times. It’s is theologically robust and... See more
Must buy. Must read. Hard to imagine that any Christian wouldn’t be benefitted by this work. Christ is seen so clearly and majestically in Ortlund’s work. I have already bought 6 copies to give out and have sent the link out numerous times. It’s is theologically robust and clearly in-tune with historical theology. It is also model exposition at times as well. All of this is awesome because I feel confident giving this to an aged saint or an inquisitive unbelieving high schooler. Very few books today have been written like this. You have to go back years to find something like this. This is the second book that I’ve read from Ortlund and he has greatly impacted me with both books. This one though is pure gold. It’s something that I’m turning into a sermon series as well! This is Christology at its best and at its warmest. We need this book during this time. This is a top 5 book for me. I don’t say that lightly. Dane, thank you!
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Profound little book
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2020
I bought this book on the recommendation of my best friend. I am so grateful to have done so. It is a profound little book that is packed with glorious truths about the heart of Christ toward all who are His. It is a rare teaching, to say the least, as so many times... See more
I bought this book on the recommendation of my best friend. I am so grateful to have done so. It is a profound little book that is packed with glorious truths about the heart of Christ toward all who are His. It is a rare teaching, to say the least, as so many times these days there is much teaching that leans toward legalism and chastisement and warning; and rules; and on the other side of the aisle, there is a lot of teaching that is totally not Biblical (i.e. much of the Charismatic teachings that make God our Santa Clause). For one who grew up in a very abusive environment, and never feeling I will ever be good enough in many circles, the truths in this book have touched me more deeply than any other book I have ever read in my life, other than the Bible, itself. Dane Ortlund has a true gift of being able to make his point in ways that deeply touch the heart. This is a book I will read over and over. I have read it very slowly to be able to think about and absorb the truths more deeply. I pray that everyone who does not know the Jesus that Dane Ortlund speaks of in this book is able to get a copy of it and that it is as healing for them as it has been for me. It is one I want to stay on for some time. It is literally life-changing. I have come to a place of understanding there is absolutely nothing I can do about my sin, as I am born a sinful creature, and that will never change this side of eternity. That is not to say that God is not doing a major work of sanctification in my life that will continue till I see Him face to face. But it means that He has such incredible sympathy for us in our fallen condition. It is the most humbling book I have ever read. It has done far more in moving me to pursue holiness than all the teachings and warnings I have heard from the pulpit all the years of my Christian walk. It causes me to want more and more of Jesus and our Father, rather than driving a wedge of condemnation between me and Him.
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Top 5 book I’ve ever read!
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2020
Honestly, this book is in the top 5 books I’ve ever read. Not only is it well written, but the research and interaction with source material is excellent given the finitude of works on this facet of the person of Jesus. The strength of this book is not in the... See more
Honestly, this book is in the top 5 books I’ve ever read. Not only is it well written, but the research and interaction with source material is excellent given the finitude of works on this facet of the person of Jesus.

The strength of this book is not in the writing, research, beautiful cover however—the strength is in Ortlund’s muse. Jesus, the gentle and lowly Savior, is seen in a new light and it’s in this light cast by Ortlund that Jesus is seen as the Great Savior he is.

I could go on, but I can’t recommend this book high enough if you want to discover a Jesus you’ve heard about but maybe never knew. You will meet him in these pages.

I will never read the gospels the same.
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The natural posture of the seeking Savior...
Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2020
Through the timeless influence of Puritans such as Goodwin, Bunyan, and Edwards, Dane Ortlund has written a treasure for readers on the heart of the Savior toward sinners. Steadfast in Scripture, these pages discuss not only what Christ has done but also what He is... See more
Through the timeless influence of Puritans such as Goodwin, Bunyan, and Edwards, Dane Ortlund has written a treasure for readers on the heart of the Savior toward sinners. Steadfast in Scripture, these pages discuss not only what Christ has done but also what He is currently doing. Saved, justified, and yet Christ also intercedes (presently, now!) as part of His personal rescue.

Each chapter starts with a key passage that reflects the essence of Jesus’s character and being, highlighting the heart as the “center of who we are.” Scripture describes Him as the epitome of humility. One of my favorite sections was chapter 7, “What Our Sins Evoke,” which unpacks how Jesus draws near with love when we fall short. “He sides with you against your sin, not against you because of your sin.” It can be easy to think He is done with us or will one day grow tired of waiting for us to get it together. Instead, He is...Gentle. Lowly.

These are the qualities that our Savior possesses. These make up His most natural posture. He is accessible, welcoming, gracious, drawn to sinners and sufferers. Beautifully written...Get this book to lift your spirit and know more fully the heart of the Lord then, now, and to the end of the age (Matthew 28:20).
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Why We Need to Read Older Authors
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2020
Dane Ortlund leaning heavily upon the Puritans and great Theologians of history, such as Bunyan, Edwards, Flavel, Goodwin, Sibbes, and Warfield, has done an excellent job in increasing our appetite to read their works ourselves. He often comments on or paraphrases their... See more
Dane Ortlund leaning heavily upon the Puritans and great Theologians of history, such as Bunyan, Edwards, Flavel, Goodwin, Sibbes, and Warfield, has done an excellent job in increasing our appetite to read their works ourselves. He often comments on or paraphrases their quotes drawing out one or two great points, but fails to mention the others. And at times he lacks the clarity and completeness demonstrated by the Puritans, which could present an imbalanced view of Christ and or the Trinity. Although what was presented is immensely comforting, especially being reminded of the grace, mercy and patience of God when we sin, but the imbalance can lead one into antinomianism, and at times he contradicts or at a minimum creates confusions around some of the perfections of God.

It would serve us well to read these older authors ourselves and the Scripture ourselves and write down our own meditations and learning points...
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For any believer doubting they are loved by God
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2020
If you are struggling to believe God loves you in spite of your sin and failures, this book is for you. And even if that isn’t a struggle you have, if you want to know more about the incredible, invincible love of God, this is wonderful book. Bathed in Scripture. One idea... See more
If you are struggling to believe God loves you in spite of your sin and failures, this book is for you. And even if that isn’t a struggle you have, if you want to know more about the incredible, invincible love of God, this is wonderful book. Bathed in Scripture. One idea from the book...we know what Jesus has done for us...but, who is He? If we are wanting relationship with Jesus, one He died for us to have, we must go beyond knowing and understanding and believing what He did and into who He is. This book is a precious beginning and or deepening into that journey. You will be encouraged!
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Emma K
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A Much Needed and Satisfying Read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 28, 2020
The Puritans undoubtedly left a legacy of bringing the errant Church back to Biblical Truth along with the Apostles’ doctrine and were the foundation stone for the challenge of the great Reformers. So it is very helpful when an author seeks to bring back that ancient path...See more
The Puritans undoubtedly left a legacy of bringing the errant Church back to Biblical Truth along with the Apostles’ doctrine and were the foundation stone for the challenge of the great Reformers. So it is very helpful when an author seeks to bring back that ancient path of truth by condensing much of those early Christian writings and arranging them into an easily digestible format for the layman. The works of Thomas Goodwin is our main protagonist and is much quoted in this book; along with other prominent players such as Sibbs, Owen, Flavel and Bunyan. Combine their thoughts with the backing of scripture and you have a very good antidote to much of the heresy and bumbling error in the modern Church today. For this reason alone, Dane Ortland’s book is certainly worth the read. However, the author does something more. He simplifies those Puritanical musings with an almost contemplative study of an incredible attribute as declared by Christ Himself (Matthew 11:29) that of His Heart of gentleness and humility. An important fact the Christian Church has overlooked for centuries. Yet at the same time this astonishing statement by Christ is balanced with the necessity for God’s anger and punishment of Sin. All is beautifully brought together by the undeniable proof of scripture tying in with the gleanings of those early Christian thinkers. There’s lots of nutritious ‘soul food’ to muse and meditate upon in here and it’s a book I will read time and again. One dropped star because it can feel a little repetitive at times, but there is much that is still worth chewing over which will be of great benefit to every Christian.
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Richard Stewart-Smith
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Oh what a wonderful insight into the very Heart of God.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 22, 2020
This book makes one discover the very heart of God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ. It shows us the level of bounteous love which God has for us and that we do not need to strive for this love, yet merely go to Christ and it will be given to us. He is waiting for us....See more
This book makes one discover the very heart of God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ. It shows us the level of bounteous love which God has for us and that we do not need to strive for this love, yet merely go to Christ and it will be given to us. He is waiting for us. All sins will be forgiven as they were when Christ died upon the cross at Calvary. You will be moved to tears of joy and relief as you read of the immense love which Christ holds ready for you, should you just offer yourself to Him with an open heart.
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A great book for those who love Jesus
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 21, 2021
I am really enjoying reading this book. Its like a really good meal - something you just want to savour. I''m in no rush to finish it. On every page I feel the wind of the Spirit blowing through and drawing me deep into greater glimpses of this Wonderful King who so freely...See more
I am really enjoying reading this book. Its like a really good meal - something you just want to savour. I''m in no rush to finish it. On every page I feel the wind of the Spirit blowing through and drawing me deep into greater glimpses of this Wonderful King who so freely and happily pours Himself out for us all. The author has done his research and pulls in authors from many hundreds of years ago to help paint his mesmerizing picture of the kindness and humility of God. Someone in one of the reviews mentioned that this could easily become a classic. The more I read the more I am inclined to agree with them. It really is a great journey, and likely one I will read again and again in the years to come. There have been times reading this book when I''ve found myself wondering if I really dare to believe that God is this good. And yet I have been deep-diving into the love of God for the past ten years, reading many a great book, hearing many an inspiring speaker. Yet that''s how good this book is - it takes many of us beyond even the high places of our familiar understanding of God''s love and challenges us to a different way of seeing Him that is well beyond what we might have imagined. Even if we''ve heard it all before, Dane Ortland nevertheless presents it in such a fresh way that it really is a pleasure to read. And gazing again upon Him can only be good for us. Some of the author''s phrasing is quite delightful too. I don''t have any quotes to hand but I''ve been impressed with his great command of the English language, and the imaginative imagery he uses. He cites an old author Thomas Goodwin on many occasions, who clearly had a great understanding of the amazing humble and selfless love of Jesus. Yet Dane''s ability to summarize these inspired texts in punchy and catchy sentences make''s his commentary of these inspired writers significantly inspired in itself. I''m going to enjoy reading the rest this book, and enjoy the ride with Jesus. And I really hope it never ends, I''m enjoying the journey too much.
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Straight to the heart
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 21, 2020
To say that this book is an instant classic is to trivialize it. Just read it and bask in what it opens up. It is rare to find profundity, sound doctrine, rigorous exegesis and heart-stirring eloquence blended together like this. Read it. It can actually change your life.
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Fantastic book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 23, 2020
If you do not know Jesus - this book will show you something of His heart of love for you and you will want to know Him. If you already know Him it will further help your faith in the One who is humble and gentle. Lovely book. Easy to read - not heavy going, and highly...See more
If you do not know Jesus - this book will show you something of His heart of love for you and you will want to know Him. If you already know Him it will further help your faith in the One who is humble and gentle. Lovely book. Easy to read - not heavy going, and highly recommended.
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