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Foxe's Book of Martyrs
John Foxe
"Foxe's Book of Martyrs" is a record of the Protestant martyrs, beginning with Stephen and ending during the reign of Queen Mary. Foxe was an educated martyrologist and was, himself, on the run from persecution for a period of his life. This collection of stories is an inspirational volume of the power of faith. The accounts of believers who stood triumphantly in the face of torture and death create courage in anyone facing the trials of life. The faithfulness of such historical figures as William Tyndale and Martin Luther will inspire you to live for Christ today.

The Normal Christian Life
Watchman Nee

Watchman Nee was a native of a province in Southern China. In 1920 at the age of seventeen he came under the hearing of the gospel and after some struggle, received Christ as his Savior and Lord. Since then, the ministry of Watchman Nee has been one of the most significant and spiritual to emerge during the 20th century. His labors had a profound effect upon the spreading of the gospel and the establishing of hundreds of local churches throughout Asia, while his many books and spoken messages have become a rich supply to believers throughout the world. Because of his faith, Nee was imprisoned in 1952 and remained so for the last twenty years of his life.

This book is a collection compiled by Angus Kinnear in the late 1930's after Nee visited Europe for a series of speaking engagements. Several of the addresses forming the material from which this book has been compiled have already been published independently. Others, covering similar but wider ground, have existed for long in manuscript or note form. Kinnear undertook the editing of the available material to form this compilation. The author’s message in this collected form had its origin as spoken ministry. It is therefore not wholly systematic. On none of the subjects dealt with is it to be regarded as exhaustive. It should be approached prayerfully—not as a treatise, but as a living message to the heart.

The Release of the Spirit
Watchman Nee
This manuscript of Watchman Nee is a vital message needing to be shared and known by all the Lord's seeking ones who long to be a channel for His Life. One cannot read very far before sensing Watchman Nee's longing and prayer is that the Church may know the Lord in the fullest way, that God's people may be increasingly fruitful unto Him, that He may find a minimum of hindrance in us, and that He may be fully released through our quickened and controlled spirit. In his many years of laboring with fellow workers, Brother Nee has clearly seen the absolute necessity of brokenness. There may be some who are unprepared for such a bitter dose of spiritual medicine, yet we believe anyone with discernment and hunger will agree that the breaking of the soulpowers is imperative if the human spirit is to express the Life of the Lord Jesus.
The Practice of the Presence of God
Brother Lawrence
Nicholas Herman came from a humble background and was an unlearned man. He was converted in 1629, and after being a soldier and a footman for some time, he entered the religious community of the Carmelites in Paris in about 1649. It was there, as a lay brother, that he took the name of Brother Lawrence. He remained in the community until his death in 1691. While there he worked most of the time as a helper in the kitchen, and it was in this specific surrounding that he became known for his simple, practical faith. His writings, consisting mainly of conversations and letters, were compiled and edited after his death. Brother Lawrence teaches us, that amidst outward affairs and daily occupations, it is possible to cultivate a life of contemplation. Every Christian has the ability, by the grace of God, to enjoy an ongoing fellowship with his Creator wherever he is and whatever he does.

Br. Lawrence
War On the Saints (unabridged)
Jessie Penn-Lewis/Evan Roberts
The premise of "War on the Saints" is that the end-time onslaught of Satan against the Christian church is well-underway. The authors propose spiritual measures to achieve ultimate victory. This book was written primarily by Jessie Penn-Lewis in collaboration with Evan Roberts who was the leading figure of the Welsh revival in 1904. This is the unabridged version, rarely available in bookstores anymore as modern Western society has attempted to write off the nature and activity of the demonic as primitive descriptions of psychological ailments. The original text delves deeply into the work of deceiving spirits, their effects on the believer, and how to deal with them.

"Why Am I Still so Miserable?" - A Commentary on the Book of Job
William W. Wells
Is the book of Job a historical record or just a morality tale? This account of the devastation poured out on the head of a single man seems to defy belief, but woven through is a rich tapestry of personal detail. The many details give the narrative a texture uncharacteristic of epic tales. It has all the grit of real life. Wells offers a practical and straightforward approach to understanding the lessons that God offers in Job for the "everyday Christian."


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