Blood of Abel, The: Vengeance and the Grace of God

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This book is specifically centered on the working out of God’s vengeance in the context of His grace toward mankind. Charles White labors to have us understand how this vengeance was indeed involved in the love that saves us. It is written for every Christian able to grasp God’s righteous anger at sin and the link between that legitimate anger and His loving act at Golgotha. After establishing the fact of vengeance in the Bible, The Blood of Abel looks at the principles of impartiality, proportionality, and reciprocity, as described in the biblical text. Then, proceeding from Messianic prophecy to the actual coming of the Messiah, it examines in summary form the multitude of Bible passages describing God’s established pattern of exacting retribution upon mankind. Finally, it shows that God’s announced mission was not simply to apply His vengeance on an unbelieving world, but also to turn this vengeance upon Himself, as the expiatory sacrifice, in order to save mankind. The consequences of refusing this magnanimous gift of God are considered, as well as practical questions inspired by this subject. 90 pages.

Upright: Traits of the Righteous Heart

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What you are about to read is addressed to Christians who are serious about their commitment to God and His church and concerned about how best to please Him. One theme throughout is that we are incapable of doing this alone; we need God’s help. Another is that, as is to be expected, this kind of approach to faith in God requires radical changes in attitudes and lifestyle. Some habitual mistakes in Christian circles are pointed out, with suggestions as to how to avoid them. The tone is personal as I speak from experience, while trying, at the same time, to get a lesson across. To back up my points, I quote from about 30 different authors. A serious class study, for teens and adults.

Missionary Myth, The (paper)

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Charles White and his family began doing mission work in 1976 in Grenoble, France. He moved to Lyons, France in 1987. In this book, the author seeks to remove the misconceptions concerning mission work that fill the minds of most of our brethren by informing us and making us aware of what really is involved in mission work. He raises questions, draws on personal experiences, points to our inconsistencies, makes suggestions and tries to excite us and challenges us to do more for the Lord.

Missionary Myth, The (cloth)

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Charles White and his family began doing mission work in 1976 in Grenoble, France. He moved to Lyons, France in 1987. In this book, the author seeks to remove the misconceptions concerning mission work that fill the minds of most of our brethren by informing us and making us aware of what really is involved in mission work. He raises questions, draws on personal experiences, points to our inconsistencies, makes suggestions and tries to excite us and challenges us to do more for the Lord.