God's Plan of Redemption
God's full salvation consists of the redemption accomplished by Christ on the cross and the subjective operation of the Triune God as the eternal life to man. In this remarkable study, Mary E. McDonough examines both aspects of the believer's...
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God's full salvation consists of the redemption accomplished by Christ on the cross and the subjective operation of the Triune God as the eternal life to man. In this remarkable study, Mary E. McDonough examines both aspects of the believer's salvation but adds particular emphasis to the latter, unveiling the truth and experience of the uncreated life, the life of God in Christ Jesus, that is shared by the believer.
This life experience begins with regeneration, continues with our transformation according to the divine life-principle, the law of the spirit of life, and culminates with the transfiguration of our body. By this organic process, our entire being is made "like Him" as we are built up to be the Body of Christ and prepared to be His bride, unto the eternal glory of God. After many years of being unavailable in its entirety, God's Plan of Redemption once again brings these precious and crucial truths to all the Lord's children.
Having come to know the Lord at an early age, Mary McDonough, a young piano teacher, at some point in her spiritual life went to work with A. B. Simpson and the Christian and Missionary Alliance. She ministered with them in Boston, MA, and Old Orchard, ME, eventually serving for several years as secretary for the large assembly in Roxbury, MA. Her diligent study of her Bible and of the writings of deeply taught men of God of that time eventually resulted in the opening of her own Bible teaching ministry. This she continued until close to the time of her homegoing in her one-hundredth year of age. The main thrust--and great contribution--of her teaching was what she entitled "The Biological Approach" (i.e., the view of the Gospel message as the impartation of the very Life of the risen Christ to the spirit of the believer, then followed by the transformation of the believer--spirit, soul, and body-- into the likeness of Christ). This biological doctrine is outlined in the one chief vehicle of her ministry, the book entitled God's Plan of Redemption. Now republished in revised form by the Three Brothers, the book went out of print in 1946, but not before it was used by missionaries, ministers, and other workers all over the world during its three British and three American editions. -Editorial Review.