A meditation on the words of Isaiah 9:6
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We Would See Jesus
by Roy and Revel Hession
This is a book that seeks to be simply about the Lord Jesus Christ Himself. 'We Would See Jesus' is somewhat of an amplification of 'The Calvary Road', which was published in 1950 and which God has been pleased to bless to many in various parts of the world. We believe that this book will be found to carry on from where the other left off.
The first book dealt with various aspects of the Christian life and revival, such as brokenness, fullness, fellowship, and so on. It is, of course, helpful to have Christian experience dealt with aspect by aspect. We have since learned, however, that we do not need to itemize the Christian life; it is enough to see Jesus. Seeing Him we are convicted of sin, broken, cleansed, filled with the Spirit, set free from bondage, and revived. Each aspect of Christian experience is made real in us just by seeing Him. He is both the Blessing we all seek and the easy accessible Way to that Blessing. If we concentrate on trying to make a certain aspect of things 'work', it will become a formula for us and will only lead us into bondage. But the Lord Jesus has come to take from us every yoke of bondage and to set us free to serve Him in the freshness and spontaneity of the Spirit, and all that by the simple sight of Him which the Holy Spirit gives to the eye of faith. (from the author's preface)
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