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Happiness Digest was originally published under the title Steps to Christ in 1892. Written in more than 70 languages, it has inspired and uplifted millions of people all around the world. Beginning with God's great love for man, the reader is brought to an awareness of his sinful nature and his need for the Savior. He is made aware of the necessity of repentance and confession. And he is made aware of God's compassion, forgiveness, and acceptance. The closing chapters tell about growing up into Christ, the privilege of prayer, and rejoicing in the Lord.
The Great Controversy is a book about the controversy between Jesus and Satan, good and evil, truth and error. Beginning with the destruction of Jerusalem, it takes us through the stream of time to the coming of Jesus. Most of this book describes the controversy which has occurred in the past, but the final chapters, based on Bible prophecy, are yet future. It is these chapters that are especially valuable to us. Jesus said that, if it were possible, even the very elect would be deceived in the last days. This book will help prevent that from happening.
In teaching His listeners about the kingdom of God, Jesus illustrated His teachings with examples from nature and everyday life. Thus, He connected the seen to the unseen, the earthly to the heavenly. Christ’s Object Lessons is a collection of twenty-eight of those educational and inspirational stories. Especially should the last two chapters, “The Reward of Grace” and “To Meet the Bridegroom,” be read and understood by every follower awaiting the soon return of Jesus.
Patriarchs and Prophets covers the sweeping panorama of human history from the creation of Earth to the reign of Israel’s King David. With unusual insights, the author describes the role of our planet in the cosmic conflict between right and wrong, truth and error. She describes the tragic rebellion that took place in heaven many thousands of years ago and makes plain that this ongoing conflict between Satan and God affects each person who lives on Earth. Patriarchs and Prophets shows how this conflict worked itself out in the lives of men and women in Old Testament times. It answers such questions as: Where did we come from? Where are we going? If God is all-powerful, why doesn’t He prevent the spread of evil and its tragic results?