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Amy Carmichael voices the inner thoughts we all have that bring discouragement, doubt and fear, and then gives a Godly response that dispels these false ideas. His Thoughts Said...His Father Said... provides bite-sized, biblical answers to your unspoken questions about: •God's guidance •spiritu... (more)
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The thoughts contained in this book were from the pen of one who, in the silence of the Charterhouse, had already arrived at the summits of the spiritual heights, and dwelt there unceasingly. Souls who have reached such perfection in this life are rare; not so rare, however, are those who ardently a... (more)
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Sweet Communion, the newest addition to the acclaimed Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought series, introduces scholars and interested Reformed readers to the spirituality practiced during the Further Reformation, a seventeenth-century movement that strove for a contemporary ... (more)
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Alexander Ewart was a volunteer teacher at Janabikas Government Secondary School, Chandi Danda, Besisahar, Lamjung Province, Nepal, from October 2003 until January 2004. After leaving the Royal Grammar School, Guildford, in July 2003, Alex was on his gap year before going to Nottingham University.... (more)
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Bridging the gap between historical and present-day contexts, this new volume by August H. Konkel in the NIV Application Commentary Series helps us to accurately apply the message of 1 and 2 Kings to the lives we live today. Readers of 1 and 2 Kings commonly approach these books as a straightforw... (more)
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This honest book addresses the muddled adventure that we call "working out our salvation" and will comfort anyone who has had a less-than-straight path to belief, as well as those who continue to struggle.