Item description for Our Nearest Kinsman: The Story of Ruth and Our Redemption in Christ by Roy Hession...
Overview Our Nearest Kinsman The Story of Ruth and Our Redemption in Christ. Are you enjoying your redemption? There is far more to being redeemed than most believers know. Using the story of Ruth, Roy Hession unfolds the blessings of the redemption found in the cross of Christ, our Kinsman-Redeemer. ISBN 978-0-87508-857-0 Trade Paper 5 1/4 x 8 112 pages
Publishers Description Is there more than romance to the story of Ruth? Roy Hession says "Yes " Most of us have missed the subtle details that are key to understanding the significance of this heart moving book. We need a new vision of the blood of Christ and the grace of God to make the same daring claim on our nearest Kinsman as Ruth made hers. Come and learn about the restoration, revival and renewal promised in Ruth, until at last you hav the boldness to lie at the feet of your Kinsman with full confidence.
Community Description A moving, new treatment of the book of Ruth. Here we see the power of the Grace of God to restore, and more than restore, all that we lose through sin. And here we find the truths that bring revival to individuals and to the church. In Roy Hession's own words 'If this message does not give sinners and failing saints a hope, I don't know what will. " 81 pgs.
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Studio: Christian Literature Crusade
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.01" Width: 5.45" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Aug 15, 2007
Publisher CLC MINISTRIES INTNL. #91
ISBN 0875088570 ISBN13 9780875088570
Availability 0 units.
More About Roy Hession
Roy Hession (1908-1992) was a British evangelist and author. Hession was born in London in 1908. He was educated at Aldenham School where his introduction to religion led him to expect "anything but boredom" from God. He accepted Jesus in 1926 while on a Christian holiday camp, largely through the witness of a cousin who was a navy officer. After working for Barings, the merchant bank, for ten years, he committed himself to full-time preaching and became one of the most effective Christian evangelists in post-World War II Britain, especially among young people. His understanding of the Christian life underwent a radical change in 1947 following a conference that he had arranged to which he invited members of the East Africa Revival Movement. He was very much influenced by their strong emphasis on a personal implementation of the basics of the Christian faith, in particular the healing powers of openness and repentance.