The Crises of the Christ: The Seven Greatest Events of His Life by G Campbell Morgan.
Christ has come the Light of the world. Long ages may yet elapse before His beams have reduced the world to order and beauty and clothed a purified humanity with light as with a garment. But He has come :the Revealer of the snares and chasms that lurk in darkness the Rebuker of every evil thing that prowls by night., the Stiller of the storm-winds of passion ;the uickener of all that is wholesome., the Adorner of all that is beautiful, the Reconciler of contradictions., the Harmonizer of discords., the Healer of diseases., the Saviour from sin. He has come: the Torch of truth., the Anchor of hope., the Pillar of faith., the Rock for strength., the Refuge for security., the Fountain for refreshment, the Vine for gladness., the Rose for beauty., the Lamb for tenderness., the Friend for counsel., the Brother for love, fesus Christ has trod the world.
The trace of the Divine footsteps will never be obliterated. And the Divine footsteps were the footsteps of a Man. The example of Christ is such as men can follow. On !until mankind wears His image. On !towards yon summit on which stands., not an angel., not a disembodied spirit., not an abstract of ideal and unattainable virtues, but THE MAN JESUS CHRIST.