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Weight Of Glory
Selected from sermons delivered by C. S. Lewis during World War II, these nine addresses show the beloved author and theologian bringing hope and courage in a time of great doubt. The Weight of Glory, considered by many to be Lewis’s finest sermon of all, is an incomparable explication of virtue, goodness, desire, and glory. Also included are Transposition, On Forgiveness, Why I Am Not a Pacifist, and Learning in War-Time, in which Lewis presents his compassionate vision of Christianity in language that is both lucid and compelling.
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The central miracle asserted by Christians is the Incarnation. They say that God became Man. Every other miracle prepares the way for this, or results from this. This is the key statement of Miracles, in which C.S. Lewis shows that a Christian must not only accept but rejoice in miracles as a testimony of the unique personal involvement of God in His creation. Using his characteristic lucidity and wit to develop his argument, Lewis challenges the rationalists, agnostics, and deists on their own grounds and makes out an impressive case for the irrationality of their assumptions.
Problem Of Pain
For centuries Christians have been tormented by one question above all — If God is good and all-powerful, why does he allow his creatures to suffer pain? C. S. Lewis sets out to disentangle this knotty issue but wisely adds that in the end no intellectual solution can dispense with the necessity for patience and courage.
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C.S. Lewis takes us on a profound journey through both heaven and hell in this engaging allegorical tale. Using his extraordinary descriptive powers, Lewis introduces us to supernatural beings who will change the way we think about good and evil. In The Great Divorce C.S. Lewis again employs his formidable talent for fable and allegory. The writer, in a dream, finds himself in a bus which travels between Hell and Heaven. This is the starting point for an extraordinary meditation upon good and evil which takes issue with William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.
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Wormwood, a demon apprentice, must secure the damnation of a young man who’s just become a Christian. He seeks the advice of an experienced devil, his uncle Screwtape. Their correspondence offers invaluable—and often humorous—insights on temptation, pride, and the ultimate victory of faith over evil forces. Paperback with French flaps and deckled page edges.
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Arguably the 20th century’s most influential Christian writer, C.S. Lewis sought to explain and defend the beliefs that nearly all Christians at all times hold in common. His simple yet deeply profound classic, originally delivered as a series of radio broadcasts, is a book to be thoroughly digested by believers and generously shared with skeptics. Paperback with French f laps and deckled page edges.
Spurgeon On Prayer And Spiritual Warfare
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Prayer is the Christian’s lifeline to God, and with it lives are changed for eternity! Charles Spurgeon knew the secrets of prayer and that God has established divine principles and promises for our every need. He reveals these principles and shares how God has answered the prayers of men and women since the beginning of Bible times. He also shows how you can gain freedom over sin, enjoy peace in troubled times, protect yourself from Satan, offer short prayers that bring big answers, receive bountiful blessings, see God answer even faulty prayers, and get what you pray for.
Autobiography Of George Muller
1. An Unlikely Preacher
2. The Prodigal’s Return
3. Stepping Out Into Ministry
4. Preaching, Studying, And Growth
5. Learning To Live By Faith
6. Beginning The Ministry At Bristol
7. The Scriptural Knowledge Institution
8. Proving God’s Faithfulness
9. The Ministry Expands
10. Persevering Under Trial
11. Trusting God For Every Need
12. Asking And Receiving
13. Looking To The Lord
14. Faith Strengthened By Exercise
15. Daily Prayer And Timely Answers
16. Food For Growing Faith
17. A Time Of Prosperity
18. God Builds A Miracle
19. Answering God’s Call To Service
20. A New Victory Of Faith
22. Receiving More To Give More
23. More Work And Greater Miracles
24. Continued Prosperity And Growth
25. The Spirit’s Work Among Us
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What can be accomplished in an ordinary man who trusts in an extraordinary God? George Muller discovered the endless possibilities!
These excerpts from his diary allow Muller to tell his own story. Join him on his journey from a life of sin and rebellion to his glorious conversion. Share his struggles and triumphs as he establishes orphan homes to care for thousands of English children, depending upon God’s response to his prayer of faith to supply all things. You will learn how to:
*pray in faith and receive answers
*seek God for direction
*find the ultimate purpose for your life
*rest in God’s loving care
George Muller’s unwavering, childlike dependence upon his heavenly Father will inspire you to confidently trust the God of the impossible in every area of your life.
Power Of Prayer In A Believers Life
Considered by his peers then and now as The Prince of Preachers, Charles Spurgeon built London’s Metropolitan Tabernacle into the world’s largest independent congregation during the nineteenth century. While many factors have been highlighted that help explain the effectiveness of Spurgeon’s preaching, the foremost secret that-empowered Charles Spurgeon was his devotion to prayer.
When people would walk trough the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Spurgeon would take them to the basement prayer room where people were always on their knees interceding for the church. Then Spurgeon would declare, Here is the powerhouse of this church. That statement is backed by the amazing number of sermons that Spurgeon preached on prayer.
Spurgeon was a great believer and teacher in passionate Holy Spirit-directed prayer. His word pictures of the majestic throne of grace that God calls believers to be privileged to come before is well worth the price of the book alone. You will be inspired and challenged in your prayer life, especially if you experience struggles in prayer.
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The secret passage to the house next door leads to a fascinating adventure.
NARNIA…where the woods are thick and cool, where Talking Beasts are called to life…a new world where the adventure begins.
Digory and Polly meet and become friends one cold, wet summer in London. Their lives burst into adventure when Digory’s Uncle Andrew, who thinks he is a magician, sends them hurtling to…somewhere else. They find their way to Narnia, newborn from the Lion’s song, and encounter the evil sorceress Jadis before they finally return home.
Horse And His Boy
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Narnia . . . where horses talk and hermits like company, where evil men turn into donkeys, where boys go into battle . . . where the adventure begins. During the Golden Age of Narnia, when Peter is High King, a boy named Shasta discovers he is not the son of Arsheesh, the Calormene fisherman, and decides to run far away to the North — to Narnia. When he is mistaken for another runaway, Shasta is led to discover who he really is and even finds his real father.
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On July 8, 1741, Jonathan Edwards preached the most famous sermon ever delivered in the history of America. The response of the congregation was nothing short of amazing. Before Edwards could finish, people were crying out, What shall I do to be saved? Though first delivered 250 years ago, Edwards’s most memorable sermon is no less needed today. Far more than a depiction of the punishments of hell, it is a call to personal salvation through Christ and spiritual revival in our time.
Dangerous Journey : The Story Of Pilgrims Progress
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The timeless story of Pilgrim’s Progress told again for another generation. This version, prepared for the TV series Dangerous Journey, uses the original words of John Bunyan, carefully selected by Oliver Hunkin to present a gripping narrative. Brilliantly illustrated throughout in full colour by Alan Parry.
Pilgrims Progress In Todays English
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Now, as they approached, Mr. Greatheart drew his sword to defend the women and children….
Feel like the only person with struggles in the Christian life? Wonder if anyone else has traveled the same road? Millions of Christians have cherished John Bunyan’s allegorical tale of the journey Christian and Christina made to the Celestial City. Written in the 1600s, this immortal classic is now available in a modern-day, understandable text.
Christian leaves his home in the City of Destruction and begins a long journey to the Celestial City. His adventure is full of encounters with interesting people such as Faithful, Hopeful, and Ignorance. Traveling through places such as Vanity Fair and the Valley of the Shadow of Death, he reaches his heavenly home but learns rich lessons during the journey. The story has immediate application to everyday life.
Later on, Christian’s wife, Christina, decides to join her husband in the Celestial City. As she travels, Christina comes upon a different set of people–Greatheart, Mercy, Honesty, and others. Her story illustrates how Christians follow different paths but with the same destination-eternity with Jesus.
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When Saint Augustine wrote his Confessions he was facing, and responding to, a growing spread of asceticism in the Roman world. His task was twofold: to explain to himself the significance of his conversion to Christianity, and to do so in terms that would convince his readers that this was indeed the one, true faith. In his attempt to achieve these aims, Saint Augustine produced a masterpiece of intellectual biography. The Confessions are written with an emotional intensity that sets him apart from the academic tradition to which he belonged, and it is this intensity, combined with ferociously self-honest analysis, that has given his work its last appeal. Beautifully written and suffused with philosophical and theological learning, the Confessions are an outstanding account of the search for truth by a sinner who became a great saint.