Bethlehem and Bethany; Sychar and Emmaus; Olivet and Hermon; Gethsemane; Golgotha; the Upper Room; the Garden Tomb; the Galilean shore. For thirty-three unique and wonderful years our lord sojourned on earth. Every step was hallowed. Now the last footprints were being impressed on the dusty path which He knew so well.
The Footprints of the Saviour traces that pathway which has brought so much pleasure to the father. Every sacred footprint delighted the heart of God. From infancy, through boyhood and youth, to holy maturity, He had lived fragrantly. In twelve short but sweet chapters of careful exposition and warm devotion, the author takes us on a journey we will not easily forget. It quickly becomes evident that me. Flanigan has an intimacy with both the land of the Book and the Lord of the Book. Well might we say, “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of Him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace.” As the writer expresses in his preface, “May we behold His glory as we follow His footsteps from place to place.”