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Faith on the March

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by: AH Macmillan
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Publication Date: September 23, 2021
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 262
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
From the pages of this book emerges a story of courage, of lives well spent, of self-sacrificing men who lived only for service to their God and to their neighbor. Here is evidence of hundreds of thousands of persons grasping and devouring knowledge, persons who are being rewarded with peace of mind and security of heart. These see and face the issue squarely: “Will you continue to support and bear up a system of things that has filled the earth with suffering, sorrow, sin and death? Or will you choose, and fit yourself for God’s love-filled new world?” Here is a story of faith tried and purified in the crucible, yet it is a joyful account filled with radiant optimism.
Speaking of the hope held out in the Bible the author asks in a closing appeal: “Too good to be true, you say? On the contrary, would it not be poor reasoning to conclude that fallen man could think of a better arrangement for the future of creatures, made in the image of Jehovah, than the all-wise loving Creator? . . . Have you ever asked yourself: ‘How much do I really love God? If I were to find that God’s Word, the Bible, contradicted what I have always believed, which would I follow? If I had to choose between some respected or dearly-loved individual and my Creator, what would be my decision? If I were suddenly forbidden by law to worship God, if continued worship might cost me my life, what would I do?’
“You may some day be confronted with such circumstances to determine whether you have the right religion. It may be a real battle for you, but I am sure that if you make the right choice it will give you peace of mind and will be pleasing to God. I have been faced with each one of these decisions and many others also, and today I am more determined than ever to keep on in my faith. It has made life worth living for me. It is still helping me to face the future without fear.
“I hope my story will help you to do the same. If it does, then it will have been worth the telling.”
A. H. Macmillan
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Posted: September 23, 2021
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Faith on the March by A.H. Macmillan. Recounting of the history of the Watchtower, Jehovah's Witness' movement in an autobiographical style by A.H. Macmillan, who worked with Charles Taze Russell, "Judge" Joseph F.Alexander Hugh Macmillan (June 2, 1877 – August 26, 1966), also referred to as A. H. Macmillan, was an important member of the Bible Students, and later, of Jehovah’s Witnesses. He presented a history of the religious movement in his book Faith on the March, published in 1957. Some historical information is not found elsewhere in historical books on this faith. Includes several nice black and white photos.