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The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life Paperback – December 1, 2012
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The exciting message of freedom--from the bondage of sin, to the life of Christ--has made this book a favorite for more than a century. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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More than a century after its first publication, this small treasure is an uplifting guide to the true meaning of the Bible's message:
We have all been endowed by our Creator with the strength and spirit to move beyond life's difficulties and attain the shining happiness that is Christianity's promise. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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May God bless you abundantly.
Ms. Smith has offered a perspective which I believe could be an advance for some but possibly a snare for others.
With only an uncertain grasp of her life gleaned from surfing the net, these thoughts present themselves:
Much like Christ himself, she grew up in a religious tradition (Quakerism) that her spiritual journey required her to depart from. It is fairer to say the book has been written by a religious rebel than by a Quaker.
Again, like Christ, she looks to God the Father.
Like Christ, she attracted followers and supporters.
Like Christ, within the boundaries of loving God, she offers faith and hope. I come away from Christ with more of a sense of the importance of charity than I do after reading Ms. Smith.
Again, assuming that biographical material perused after reading the book is true, the encouragement and success of the book is understandable. However, material is never confronted which might have been had the book title been 'The Joy of Being Crucified With Christ'