Steps to Christ
For a Sanctified Life. Published in 100 languages, this book has sold more than 20 million copies.
Ellen G. White
In just thirteen short chapters, you'll discover the steps to finding a forever friendship with Jesus. You'll read about His love for you, repentance, faith and acceptance, growing like Him, the privilege of prayer, what to do with doubt, and how to spend your days rejoicing in your best Friend, Jesus.
Few books attain a distribution reckoned in millions or exert so great an influence in the
uplifting of humanity as has Steps to Christ. In countless editions, this little volume has been
printed in more than seventy languages, bringing inspiration to hundreds of thousands of men
and women throughout the world, even those who dwell in the remote corners of the earth.
From the appearance of the first edition in 1892, the publishers have been called upon to add
printing to printing to meet the immediate and sustained demand from the reading public.
The author of this work, Ellen G. White (1827-1915), was a religious speaker and writer, well
known on three continents. Born near Portland, Maine, she spent her early life in the New
England States, and then her travels and labors led her to the rapidly expanding central and
western areas of the United States. The years 1885 to 1887 she devoted to work in the leading
countries of Europe, where she often addressed large audiences, and continued her writing.
Subsequently she spent nine active years in Australia and New Zealand. From her pen have
come forty-five volumes, large and small, in the fields of theology, education, health, and the
home, and practical Christianity, several with a distribution exceeding the million-copy mark. Of
these, Steps to Christ is the most popular and widely read.
The title of the book tells its mission. It points the reader to Jesus Christ as the only one who is
able to meet the needs of the soul. It directs the feet of the doubting and halting to the
pathway of peace. It leads the seeker after righteousness and wholeness of character, step by
step, along the way of Christian living, to that experience where he can know the fullness of
blessing which is found in the complete surrender of self. It reveals to him the secret of victory
as it unfolds in simplicity the saving grace and the keeping power of the great Friend of all