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Facing the Divide



SKU# 081634647x

By Sanford T. Whitman

ISBN: 081634647x | 83 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2017

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“In the fall of the first killing frost there is a symbol of the mercy and justice of God. If summer should continue always, many forms of vegetation would exhaust themselves, and deadly famine would grip our world. If the mercy of God should continue unbroken always sinners could disregard the law of God and escape the penalties of transgression. It is needful that there be an end of summer, and it is needful that there be an end of mercy. The end of summer is the fall of the first hard frost. The end of mercy is judgment.” 

In Facing the Divide, author Sanford T. Whitman uses short stories to express the mercy and judgment of God. 

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage line up and is printed on demand. Please allow additional time for delivery. If you need this title right away, please call your local Adventist Book Center to determine availability.

“In the fall of the first killing frost there is a symbol of the mercy and justice of God. If summer should continue always, many forms of vegetation would exhaust themselves, and deadly famine would grip our world. If the mercy of God should continue unbroken always sinners could disregard the law of God and escape the penalties of transgression. It is needful that there be an end of summer, and it is needful that there be an end of mercy. The end of summer is the fall of the first hard frost. The end of mercy is judgment.” 

In Facing the Divide, author Sanford T. Whitman uses short stories to express the mercy and judgment of God. 

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Pages 83
Author Sanford T. Whitman
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Language ENG
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