Description: If A.B. Simpson lived and preached one central theme throughout his long and fruitful ministry, it was the message of the cross -- death to self and a life of victory through the resurrection power of Christ. These ten chapters in The Cross of Christ, from one of the most dynamic evangelical leaders of the early 20th century, focus on his belief that Christ's death was the ultimate expression of God's love for humans -- a divine plan large enough to encompass the whole world. A.B. Simpson's book The Cross of Christ teaches on Christ's sufferings and their impact on the believer.
"What significance will the cross have in connection with the crown? If anything is true, this is true: There will be nothing in heaven that does not have the mark of the cross upon it and has not passed through death and resurrection." - A.B. Simpson
"Whe Jesus died on Calvary, I, too, was there. Twas in my place He stood for me, and now accepted, even as He His righteousness I share." -From The Cross of Christ
About the Author: Albert Benjamin Simpson (1843-1919) author, hymn writer, conference speaker, was an evangelist to the urban masses of New York City and missionary statesman. Among his enduring achievements was the founding of The Christian and Missionary Alliance and what is now Nyack College.
- ISBN-10: 160066055X
- ISBN-13: 978160060559
- Publisher: Wing Spread Publishers
- Binding: Paperback
- Pages: 132
- Actual Weight: 6 ounces