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Touch Points -- A Far, Far Better Thing



SKU# 9780828022620

By Clifford Goldstein

ISBN: 9780828022620 | 8 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2006

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Grace. To forgive when forgiveness isn’t merited, to love when love isn’t deserved, to give when you deserve to take. So many earthly examples surround us. It is better to give than to receive. But we all wait for the other person to go first when the Person, Jesus Christ, has already gone first. This tract teaches the importance of grace. Giving people around us grace and accepting God’s grace.

Touch Points -- A Far, Far Better Thing

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Grace. To forgive when forgiveness isn’t merited, to love when love isn’t deserved, to give when you deserve to take. So many earthly examples surround us. It is better to give than to receive. But we all wait for the other person to go first when the Person, Jesus Christ, has already gone first. This tract teaches the importance of grace. Giving people around us grace and accepting God’s grace.

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Item Format Tracts
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Pages 8
Author Clifford Goldstein
Publisher Review and Herald Publishing
Language ENG
Book Group TRA
Title Alpha Touchpoints Hospital Tract Grace
Title Catalog Touch Points -- A Far, Far Better Thing
Catalog Name share
Author Code 1026
Endorsements No
Year Published 12/18/2006
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Clifford Goldstein


Clifford Goldstein, editor of the Sabbath School Quarterly since 1999, has had a long and distinguished writing career. He has served as editor of Liberty magazine and Shabbat Shalom magazine. 

Clifford, born in Albany, New York, was raised as a secular Jew but converted to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1980. He has a passion for writing and studying, and is a lover of philosophy.