Recovery is the cry of the centuries. This cry begins with God and it is echoed throughout the centuries by godly men and women. It is deep calling unto deep. Even at the beginning of human history, in the garden of Eden, we hear that cry. Man, whom God created, failed and God came into the garden to seek fallen man and His cry was, “Adam, man, where are you?” It was a cry of anguish, a cry of love, a cry of recovery; and this cry continues on until today.
In these five chapters, Stephen Kaung looks into this heart’s cry as well as the principles and history of recovery. He concludes with a look into our time and where we stand in relation to God’s final work of recovery.
The work of recovery is completed by the Lord and not ourselves. He is ready. The question is: Are we willing to give ourselves to Him? Is this our cry?
Table of Contents
1—The Cry of the Centuries
2—Principles Governing Recovery
3—History of Ruin
4—History of Recovery
5—Where Do We Stand?