God's Way of Peace

by Horatius Bonar

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The seasoned Scottish pastor wrote this short devotional for those suffering from guilt, anxiety, or the consequences of sin. He writes with neither chastisement nor condemnation, but rather immediately directs his readers to Christ’s gift of salvation through his death and resurrection. Bonar reminds all that the Gospel offers hope for the sinner and comfort for the troubled, for God’s perfect, constant grace never fails those who accept it. From Bonar’s time to the present, people have found peace with God afresh through this book. Many people report having read it several times, and turning to it again and again when troubles arise.

Kathleen O’Bannon
CCEL Staff
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Horatius Bonar
Source: Wikipedia
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Born: December 19, 1808, Huntly
Died: May 31, 1889
Related topics: Bonar, Horatius,--1808-1889, Christian life, Christian literature, Early, Holy Spirit, Hymns, English
Basic information: Horatius Bonar (19 December, 1808 – 31 May, 1889) was a Scottish churchman and poet.
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