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The Cross in Faith and Conduct

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by: Gordon Watt
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Publication Date: March 12, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 148
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781936415021

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Book Synopsis
In these studies the Cross is seen in its relation to faith, and to the daily life. Here, one is not allowed to turn away from the Cross, or to seek an explanation or a strengthening of faith in anything less than the Cross, and indeed in such a phrase as “co-crucifixion” Mr. Watt challenges the heart and the mind to define and to apply the identifying of the believer with the crucified Savior in a common life and a common victory, through the death and resurrection of One who took our place.
The author compels one to face the facts so far as they apply to one’s own life in these difficult days. This book will bring fresh courage, clarity, and assurance in Christ to many a needy Christian, and as it is made known by its readers to those who are not yet in Christ, it should have a definite ministry in the lifting up of Him, who, if He be lifted up, will draw all men unto Himself.
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About The Author
Gordon Beattie Watt was born in 1865 in Scotland to a preacher and his wife at the parsonage. He earned a Masters Degree and became a minister in High Kirk, Scotland. It took 15 years in the ministry before he learned that he must come to an end of himself and just let the Lord work through him, making God his “All in all.”
He joined the Keswick movement in England and became one of the better known and respected preachers, and soon was asked to come to several American meetings to speak, which he did several times, and was enthusiastically received. He died in 1928 in Edinburg.
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