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Follow the Lamb
     

Follow the Lamb

by Horatius Bonar
 

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Horatius Bonar anticipates many of the questions that arise in the early months of discipleship and provides the answers. This short book was written over 100 years ago but deals with issues that still concern new believers today. The principles of Christian living do not change and so Bonar's advice is of permanent value. Horatius Bonar is best known today as a hymn

Overview

Horatius Bonar anticipates many of the questions that arise in the early months of discipleship and provides the answers. This short book was written over 100 years ago but deals with issues that still concern new believers today. The principles of Christian living do not change and so Bonar's advice is of permanent value. Horatius Bonar is best known today as a hymn writer. Many of his hymns are still used in worship. He was also an effective evangelist and a sensitive pastor. This experience is obvious throughout the book. Using this book is an ideal way of providing firm footholds for new Christian's first steps.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781611045352
Publisher:
Waymark Books
Publication date:
04/20/2011
Pages:
76
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.16(d)

Meet the Author

Horatius Bonar was born at Old Broughton, Edinburgh, Scotland, whose brother was Andrew Bonar. Following his education at the University of Edinburgh, he maintained an active and powerful ministry for more than half a century pastoring churches in that area until his death. Throughout his life Bonar avoided all sensationalism and was calm, patient, sincere, solemn and a steady writer. His tracts and books are well-received and well-read in all Christian circles. He wrote well over 600 hymns of which more than 100 are still in use. Bonar has been described as "the prince of Scottish hymn-writers." The following lines taken from one of his hymns express Bonar's view of the work of his glorious Savior, Jesus Christ-

"Glory be to Him who loved us,
washed us from each spot and stain.
Glory be to Him who bought us,
made us kings with Him to reign!
Glory, glory, to the Lamb that once was slain!"

Brief Biography

Date of Birth:
1563
Date of Death:
February 1626

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