The Character of Christ Author:Harold A. Bosley This perceptive portrayal of the character of Christ is done through the use of words familiar to most Christians. Here, however, new depth, new meaning brought to them as seen in the following: — MEEKNESS ... "is no cloistered virtue. It is an invitation to a kind of quite heroism in life. ..... — FIRMNESS ... "Jesus sought to guide his follower... more » to a firm understanding of the meaning of discipleship. ...
MERCY ... "represents the hand of God's love reaching down to men at the point of their deepest need for him. ... ..."
PEACE ... "Whenever man encounter Jesus Christ, they found one in whose character peace was a central fact because love was the central power in his life. ... ... ... "
HONESTY ... "most emphatically is not a strategy; it is a set of the soul. It is a thrust for integrity on the part of a human being."« less