many ears there fall the words of the gracious invitation, "Come
unto Me"that call of a compassionate Saviour whose heart of
love is drawn out toward all who are wandering away from God; and
in the hearts of many, who are really longing for the help to be
found in Jesus, there is quickened the purpose to return to the
Father's house. With such the inquiry of Thomas is oft repeated,
"How can we know the way?" The Father's house seems to be a long
way off, and the road appears difficult and uncertain. What are
the steps which lead homeward?
title of this book tells its mission. It points to Jesus as the
only one who is able to meet the needs of the soul, and directs
the feet of the doubting and the halting to "the pathway of peace."
It leads the seeker after righteousness and wholeness of character,
step by step, along the way of the Christian life, to that fullness
of blessing which is found in the complete surrender of self and
an unwavering trust in the saving grace and the keeping power of
the Friend of sinners. The instruction found in these pages has
brought comfort and hope to many a troubled soul, and has enabled
many followers of the Master to walk more confidently and more joyfully
in the steps of their divine Leader. It is hoped that it may bear
the same message to many more who are needing the same help.
let the way appear Steps up to Heaven."
it was with Jacob, when oppressed with the fear that his sin had
cut him off from God, he lay down to rest, and "he dreamed, and
behold a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to
heaven." The connection between earth and heaven was thus revealed
to him, and words of comfort and hope were spoken to the wanderer
by Him who stood at the top of the shadowy stairs. May the heavenly
vision be repeated to many as they read this story of the way of
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