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  • In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do?

In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do?

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In His Steps is the dramatic story of a pastor and a small group of Christians who determined in their hearts to react in every situation as they thought Jesus would. Set against the hypocrisy and social upheavals of the 1890s, it provides delightful color and style, and depicts the same sordid plight of churches and Christians today.

Founded upon God's Word, its focus is the verse in 1 Peter: "For even hereunto were ye called: because Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that ye should follow his steps." Because of a sudden and upsetting incident which disrupted the Sunday morning worship service of a small congregation, the world has been set aglow for Christ. Souls have been challenged to find the perfect will of God for their lives, to follow the steps of the Saviour wherever they should lead and despite persecution or crucifixion that might follow--just to know the joy of walking In His Steps.

About the Author

Charles Sheldon
CHARLES MONROE SHELDON was the first minister at the Central Congregational Church in Topeka, KS. He wrote many stories which he would read aloud in the evening services of the church. His plan was to leave his stories on a cliffhanger to make sure the congregation returned the following Sunday. In His Steps was written partly from his own experience. In order to try to understand the difficultues of men who were out of work, he sometimes disguised himself as an unemployed worker or tramp, walking around the district seeking work. He was appalled by the indifference he was shown.

Product Details

ISBN: 978-0-8024-8804-6
Publish Date: May 2013
Format: eBook