"Appropriation of the victory of Christ demands more than just one act of faith--it requires an attitude of faith. It is a moment-by-moment reckoning, and your reckoning for this moment is never adequate for the next."
W. Ian Thomas' If I Perish, I Perish examines the Christian life through the lens of an allegorical interpretation of the Old Testament book of Esther. The character of Esther, representative of the human spirit, depicts that the call of the Lord Jesus on the Christian is to be crucified with Christ and become alive in the Spirit.
About the Author
W. Ian Thomas was born in London, England. At twelve years of age he accepted Christ as Lord and Savior at a Christian camp for boys called the "Crusaders Union." Preparing for the possibility of becoming a missionary doctor, Ian felt called as an evangelist to minister Christ throughout the British Isles. After serving his country as an army officer in WWII, Ian established a Christian Youth Center at Capernwray Hall in 1947. Soon visited by many other nationalities, including Germans, the Christian Youth Center became the home of the "Torch-bearers." There are now twenty six Torch-bearers Centers including Bible Schools worldwide.
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