The Beatific Character
Tate Publishing, 2007 - 157 pages
Donald E. Hines' The Beatific Character explains with a riveting exposition on the Beatitudes, which begin Christ's Sermon on the Mount as recorded in Matthew, chapters five, six, and seven. This is a wake-up call to professing Christians and the contemporary church. If they are obeyed, the Beatitudes are the dynamic that will bring transforming power to the individual Christian and vitalize the church to be the redemptive instrument of God.
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