With gratitude to God for all who are
faithful dealing out His Word, and with Christian charity
for those who honestly differ from his own convictions, the
writer still believes there is a tragic need for a
re-examination of the sin question, in the Light of Christ's
Many are teaching that Christians "sin
every day in thought, word and deed." Yet, the Son of God
from Heaven declared, "He that loveth Me keepeth My
commandments," and who could truthfully say that he sins
while he is keeping the commandments of Jesus?
In a time when the world is divided into
two camps and both are stock-piling bombs and missiles that
could literally annihilate the other, surely it is time to
make every possible effort to learn and to teach exactly
what He taught, who came into the world to "bear witness of
the Truth; "and Who is, indeed, "the Way, the Truth and the
In 1896 a passenger train was flying into
New York City. Another train was flying in the opposite
direction on the same track. There was a head-on collision.
There were 300 members of the Knights of Pythias on that
train. Fifty lives were snuffed out. The engineer of one of
the trains was pinned under his engine. When they came to
remove the wreckage they heard his agonizing cries. They
pulled him out. The blood was streaming from his nostrils.
He was crushed. The tears were streaming down his cheeks. In
his dying pains he held a piece of yellow paper, crushed in
his hand and he said, "Take this. This will show you that
someone gave me the wrong orders."
In publishing this book my deepest
concern has been to give only the most accurate information
by setting forth exactly what Christ himself