James W. Alexander James W. Alexander (1804 - 1859)
Religion is a living process. When the Spirit takes hold of a man to transform him into a child of grace, working faith in him, and opening his eyes to see the boundless riches of grace, the work goes on continually. There is growth of knowledge, faith, and hope. The more the spiritual process advances, the more does religion become distinguished from all its outward forms, and attain likeness to the infinite benevolence of God.
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Comfort in Sickness and Death Go back to previous page
Murray M'Cheyne, Robert
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Paperback: 94 pages
Subtitle: N/A
Publisher: Baker Book House
Category: Sickness
Edition: N/A
Publish Date: 19761001
ISBN: 9780801060342
Dewey Decimal Classification: N/A
Reference No: M-00287
"This book thoroughly explores a New Testament incident - the raising of Lazarus - to affirm that the sure comfort of God's love and the power of Christ's presence is available to those in the crucible of suffering and illness. Through this exposition, the involvement of God in common human experiences is made so vivid by M'Cheyne that the reader will rejoice in the discovery that his faith is strengthened, doubt is dissolved, and confidence in eternal life is established."