Good Better Best: Classic Treatment of a Christians Duty to the PoorPublished by : Solid Ground Christian Books Physical details: Paperback book, 215 pages ISBN:9781599251431. Year: 2009
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How are God's people to minister to the poor and needy all around us, and throughout the world? This is a burning question but not a new one. This volume addresses the very best way to minister to those in need as James W. Alexander uses a simple story about how a brother and sister learned from their godly and wise uncle how to transform a community for Christ. Follow Herbert and Edith, recent orphans and new converts, as they come to understand the three ways to make a happy world. Step by step they come to understand that there is a way that is good, another way that is better, and a third way that is best.