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Title: God's Way of Peace
Publisher: CCEL
Author: Horatius Bonar


Nothing could be more important for the human soul than peace with God. In this classic eBook, Horatius Bonar warns against seeking to appease the convicted conscience in any other way than through faith in Jesus Christ. Christ Himself is both Savior and complete salvation, not an assistant to help us find salvation in some other sphere. God's Way of Peace contains twelve illuminating chapters to direct readers from God's testimony concerning man, through righteous grace and the sprinkled blood, to full reliance on Jesus only.

This is a book for those seeking the full assurance of understanding concerning their own salvation as well as for those seeking to help others gain that assurance. Having this eBook on a mobile phone or PDA will enable readers to quickly open verse hyperlinks and footnotes. Be sure to look for other books by this author available from Olive Tree.

Horatius Bonar (1808-1889) - Those who have sung the heartwarming hymns "I heard the voice of Jesus say," "I hear the words of love," or "O Everlasting Light, shine graciously within," will realize that they have already tasted the sweet spirit of this Scottish preacher and man of God, so tender, yet clear and firm in his appreciation of the foundational sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross. One link in a long family line of ministers that stretches for 364 years in the Church of Scotland, Horatius Bonar was a powerful preacher and a prolific writer. A student of Dr. Thomas Chalmers at the University of Edinburgh, Bonar became a Doctor of Divinity in 1853 and took over the pastorate of Chalmers Memorial Church, Edinburgh, in 1867. Like his youngest brother Andrew, who wrote a well-known biography of Robert Murray McCheyne, Horatius Bonar wrote several biographies of ministers of his day. He also edited for decades two prominent Christian periodicals.

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