On the day that sin and suffering entered this world, a promise was given. Someone was coming to make it right. Someone was coming to pay the price. Someone was coming to save us: Jesus, the Saviour, the Promised One, the Messiah.
With His life and His death, Jesus did more than just restore the damage caused by sin. By becoming one of us, Jesus bound Himself to humans with a tie that will never be broken.
Thomas’s contemporary adaptation amplifies the beautiful message of the devotional classic, making the sublime themes of the original easier to grasp.
The stories and teachings that thrilled the simple country folk of Galilee can touch our hearts also. Like its predecessor, The Desire of Ages, this book is sure to leave its mark on future generations because of one thing: it lifts up the Man who kept the promise and changed the world. Come and meet the Messiah.