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You Can Do Personal Work
1 You Can Do Personal Work
Otis Gatewood 1951-01-01 Unknown Binding Used: Good Unknown Binding 
This hardcover book was published in 1951 by Otis Gatewood with 221 pages. The text is unmarked. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The binding is sound. The cover is heavily soiled. 
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It's Not My Fault: The No-Excuse Plan for Overcoming Life's Obstacles Christian Living Cloud & Townsend, Cloud, Dr. Henry [Contributor]; Townsend, Dr. John [Contributor];
2 Cloud, Dr. Henry [Contributor]; Townsend, Dr. John [Contributor]; It's Not My Fault: The No-Excuse Plan for Overcoming Life's Obstacles Christian Living Cloud & Townsend
1591454735 / 9781591454731 Thomas Nelson 2007-01-02 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 2007 by Thomas Nelson with 255 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped and untorn but has some creasing along the edges. One page is dog eared. 
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NEW It's Not My Fault: The No-Excuse Plan for Overcoming Life's Obstacles Henry Cloud Christian Living Self-Help, Cloud, Dr. Henry [Contributor]; Townsend, Dr. John [Contributor];
3 Cloud, Dr. Henry [Contributor]; Townsend, Dr. John [Contributor]; NEW It's Not My Fault: The No-Excuse Plan for Overcoming Life's Obstacles Henry Cloud Christian Living Self-Help
1591454735 / 9781591454731 Integrity Publishings 2007-01-02 Hardcover New Hardcover 
This brand new hardcover book was published in 2007 by Integrity Publishings with 242 pages. 
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1955 Handfuls of Purpose Mrs Charles Cowman Christian Living Spiritual Growth HBED, Cowman, Charles E
4 Cowman, Charles E 1955 Handfuls of Purpose Mrs Charles Cowman Christian Living Spiritual Growth HBED
Cowman Publications 1955-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1955 by Cowman Publications with 139 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears, a couple small chips and some creasing. The page edges are toned. Previous owners name present. FOREWORD:THE BIRTHPLACE of books is often discovered in out of the way and obscure places. Readers seem always interested in hearing of the circumstances under which such books are born.Following many years of intensive service, we came to a sudden bend in the road and were bidden to enter a school on the back side of the desert—God's training school for His soldiers.In Way's translation of 2 Corinthians 10:4-6, we read, "We do not fight with merely human weapons ..." No! The weapons with which I war are not weapons of mere flesh and blood, but in the strength of the Lord they are mighty enough to raze all of the strongholds of our foes. I can batter down the bul¬warks of human reason; I can scale every fortress that towers up bidding defiance to the true knowledge of God. I can make each rebel purpose my prisoner of war and bow it into submission to the Messiah.In the year 1373 Julian of Norwich wrote: "He said not thou shalt not be tempted; thou shalt not be afflicted, but He did say, thou shalt not be overcome." We are to rise unvanquished after every blow—we are to laugh the laugh of faith, not fear.To preserve the fruits of a triumph one must help his fellow-warriors to gain a similar conquest. The strong, muscular limbs of a soldier are retained by sharing his blood with the entire army.For this cause STREAMS IN THE DESERT was born. Its lessons shared have resulted in a fellowship with many thousands scattered over earth's vast domain.Among this number were found a multitude whose hearts and homes had been windswept with sorrow. For these a special ministry was necessary. CONSOLATION went to comfort those who mourn.In the year of 1938 a companion volume for STREAMS was born. Another book of daily devotions—SPRINGS IN THE VALLEY.David prayed, "When I am old and gray headed, forsake me not until I have shown thy strength to this generation" A youth leader walked into my office one morning and said, "Give us a book for the youth of our generation." MOUNTAIN TRAILWAYS FOR YOUTH was the answer to that urgent request.Another interim of time passed. Letters poured in from those in their eventide of life. Many felt caught in the web of discouragement—others felt unwanted. To this vast company, TRAVELING TOWARD SUNRISE presents a reminder of God's unfailing promise, "Even to your old age I am He. 1 have made, I will bear. Yea I will carry you."Long had the year of 1955 been talked of as a memorial year. Joshua 14:10. It is altogether fitting that HANDFULS OF PURPOSE should be the answer to the latest surprise requests.Bookmaking is not my calling. The volumes already mentioned came along while engaged in the calling to which my life has been committed.Tell all the world there is sight for its blindness, Balm for its healing, songs for its dumb. Blood for its cleansing, hope for its dying, Tell them of Jesus, and bid them to come. 
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Secret Power DL Moody Baptism of the Holy Spirit Christian Living, D. L. Moody
5 D. L. Moody Secret Power DL Moody Baptism of the Holy Spirit Christian Living
0882701142 / 9780882701141 Bridge-Logos Publishers 2006-01-20 Paperback New Paperback 
This brand new paperback book was published in 2006 by Bridge-Logos with 225 pages. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. 
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Signed A Garment of Grace Dennis Tinsman Christian Living Forgiveness & Grace, Dennis Tinsman
6 Dennis Tinsman Signed A Garment of Grace Dennis Tinsman Christian Living Forgiveness & Grace
0964341115 / 9780964341111 Faith, Hope, & Love Publishing 1995 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This Inscribed paperback book was published in 1995 by Faith, Hope, & Love Publishing with 96 pages. Inscribed by the author inside the front cover. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. In A Garment of Grace, Dennis Tinsman lets the reader see that the upper room can be a place as humble as room D-214, reached by a stairway as steep as a ladder and furnished with bunk beds and an ancient desk. In that room, after a nosedive through alcholism and abusive behavior to the use of crack cocaine, he travelled through his grief and remorse toward rebirth, the garment that God's grace is.Mr. Tinsman tells of the strength of fellowship in Christ, giving as examples stories of the friendship and support of a congregation in Nashville, Michigan, and the camaraderie of its whip-cracking guide, whom the author refers to as Pastor, as well as the godly wisdom a little old lady (a "raisin") shared with him. The confident testimony of this seminarian is simply phrased, by turns humorous and moving, an eloquent tribute to the healing forgiveness of his Savior. 
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Secrets of the Heart Richard Dortch Christian Living Inscribed by Author, Dortch, Richard W.
7 Dortch, Richard W. Secrets of the Heart Richard Dortch Christian Living Inscribed by Author
0892212993 / 9780892212996 New Leaf Pr 1996-01-01 First Edition Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback Signed
This First Edition paperback book is Inscribed by the Author and was published in 1996 by New Leaf Press with 191 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The corners are bumped. Introduction I remember the night my good friend Neil Eskelin asked me the simple question, "What is it you want to say in your book?" I was writing my first book, Integ¬rity — which came to be a best seller. My response to my colleague was totally transparent, "I want to write about integrity; how I lost it, and my journey back."In the days spent on that project I came to grips with my past, and at every opportunity I asked to be forgiven by anyone who would listen. In deep humil¬ity I sought answers and made some discoveries about things I believed I knew — but did not.After much reflection I have come to the conclu¬sion that the most significant factor in our lives is truth. Why is it so vital? Because God is truth and every good thing in life flows from Him.I have no messianic feelings about presenting this book. I am simply pursuing the single most important thing in life — truth.There are some things you know you must do. The writing of this manuscript is one of those things. I not only followed my heart but it became a passion. As I began to write it was like an artesian well spring¬ing up within me. I knew what Jesus meant when He said, "Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks" (Matt. 12:34). As I explored the topic, I could hear Neil asking the question again, "What is it you want to say in this book?"The answer to that question is based on these facts:•The essence of all truth is God.•When we violate truth we violate God, becauseHe is truth.•Truth is the only way to God — our path towholeness and the one foundation of life that will stand.•Truth is everything in our relationship to Godand to others, and is central to our quest for self-dis¬covery.•There can be no compromises, choices, or sub¬stitutes for truth.•Christ declared, "I am the way, the truth, andthe life" (John 14:6).Closely tied to this subject is the issue of secrecy. What we will be discussing does not concern the se¬crets we have confessed long ago to God or those we have acknowledged to others fulfilling the Scripture, "Confess your faults one to another" (James 5:16). Rather, we will address the deceptive nature of the se¬crets we hold because of shame.I remember the day I listened to the story of a friend. There was a pounding, gripping sense within me that said, "He is not telling the truth."I cared deeply about the man, but it was obvious to everyone but himself that deception had set in. When I met with him, he stated, "Yes, I met her at a motel several times — in different places around the coun¬try. But we did not have sex.""That's very hard to believe," I responded. I droveaway from that meeting trying my best to assimilate what I had seen and heard. Because it was a private, confidential meeting, there was no one to talk to. No one with whom I could share my thoughts. Finally, in desperation, the words came thundering out of my mouth, "Whatever happened to the truth?"Millions of people are haunted by questions of deception. "Why wasn't I totally honest?" "Why did I say such a thing?" "Why did I change the story?" "What will happen if the truth gets out?"The reason I have such deep feelings concerning this topic is because there was a point in my life when I compromised the truth because I wanted to hide something, and I paid a horrible price. If, as a result of writing this treatise, I can help you avoid such a pit¬fall, my time, my prayers, and my work will have been well spent.I cannot begin to describe the total liberation and peace that comes when we step into the light. Many people accept God's grace and unconditional forgive¬ness, but stop at that point. They fail to move on to a total cleansing, a new life, and a deep relationship with God.It is my prayer that as a result of reading this book you will make a commitment with me that truth, and how we deal with secrets, will be the central, driving force of your life. 
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1891 The Changed Life Henry Drummond Christian Living Classic, Drummond Henry 1851-1897
8 Drummond Henry 1851-1897 1891 The Changed Life Henry Drummond Christian Living Classic
New York, J. Pott 1891-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1891 by James Pott and Company with 32 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound though the spine is slightly tilted and the hinges are weakening. No dust jacket. The pages are toned with heavy foxing. PREFACE:LAST autumn, in a bookshop in California, the author found a little book with his name upon the title-page—a book which he did not know existed; which he never wrote; nor baptized with the title which it bore. This stray publication—taken from shorthand notes of a spoken Address—he does not grudge. Already, it seems, it has done its small measure of good. But, owing to the imperfections which it contains, it has been thought right to issue a more complete edition.The theme, like its predecessors in this series, represents but a single aspect of its great subject—the man-ward side. The light and shade is apportioned with this in view. And the reader's kind attention is asked to this limitation, lest he wonder at points being left in shadow which theology has always, and rightly, taught us to em-phasize.It was the hearing of a simple talk by a friend to some plain people in a Highland deer-forest which first called the author's attention to the practicalness of this solution of the cardinal problem of Christian experience. What follows owes a large debt to that Sunday morning. 
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Abraham o La Obediencia De La Fe Abraham or the Life of Faith FB Meyer SpanishED, F.B. Meyer; Sara A. Hale [Translator]
9 F.B. Meyer; Sara A. Hale [Translator] Abraham o La Obediencia De La Fe Abraham or the Life of Faith FB Meyer SpanishED
Casa Bautista de Publicaciones 1950-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published around 1950 (no actual publishing date given) by the Casa Bautista de Publicaciones with 211 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound though the hinges are weakening. The pages are heavily toned with heavy foxing. The corners are lightly bumped. No dust jacket. P R E F A C I O.......Al mandar imprimir estos estudios sobre la vida de Abraham siento hondamente la insuficiencia de mis esfuerzos para comprender, o retratar, uno de los mas grandes caracteres de la Historia. Y sin embargo hay un pensamiento que penetra toda la narracion, y que lo relaciona con los detalles mas nobles del mas humilde de los fotografos. Abraham fue grande por su fe. Y aquella fe era al principio solo como un hilo de plata, una linea pequena, una fibra insignificante—no mas fuerte que la que tiembla en el mas humilde y debil de los lectores de estas lineas......Pero dondequiera que hay fe hay un vinculo que une con el Omnipotente; un medio para las comunica-ciones divinas; el alambre a lo largo del cual el fuego del cielo puede via jar. Y siempre que se usa segun los impulses del Espiritu Divino, y en obediencia a sus mandates, crecera. Crecio en Abraham. Crecera en nos-otros.......Trazar las leyes de aquel crecimiento y su aumento gradual, para animar a los que por fe son hijos de Abraham, y que anhelan con deseo intense emular a su gran progenitor, hasta poder quitar montanas de dificultades y hacer aparentes imposibilidades, ha sido el gran principio sobre el cual estas paginas han sido preparadas. F. B. MEYER 
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1908 THE SECOND MILE Harry Emerson Fosdick Modernist Christian Living, Fosdick, Harry Emerson
10 Fosdick, Harry Emerson 1908 THE SECOND MILE Harry Emerson Fosdick Modernist Christian Living
Young Men's Christian Association Press 1908-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
The front free endpaper is lacking (missing). This hardcover book was published in 1908 by the Young Men's Christian Association Press with 52 pages. The text contains about 25 pages with notes in the margins and a couple scattered underlines. The binding is weakened as the hinges are cracking. The covers are moderately sooiled. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. Previous owners name present. The edges are heavily worn. The top of the spine panel is chipped. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. Random excerpt from the text:You require me to live here, but I will go twice as far as that. I will not only live here, but I will make it worth while living here; and these very hedges which you say must always bind me in, I will husband until they are as fragrant as English hawthorne or Scotch heather, and people who cried, ' What cruel limitations!' shall yet say, 'What a beautiful hedge!'"History loves to record the names of men who conquered the malice of their fate by this spirit of the second mile—men like the old Greek chosen in a joke to be town scavenger, who rilled the office with such high service-ableness that thereafter in all Greece the office was an honor; men like blind Huber becoming the great scientist, or blind Fawcett becoming Postmaster-General of England; men like Cervantes using an imprisonment to begin " Don Quixote," or Bunyan glorifying Bedford Jail with the " Pilgrim's Progress"; men of the spirit of those four marines from the British ship " Wager " of whom Stevenson tells us, who, compelled to remain on a desert island because the lifeboat could hold no more, stood on the shore and gave three cheers when the boat pulled off—with a " God save the King!" for a tiger. These men history delights to honor, for, in the end, time endorses God's evaluations. And where in humbler expressions this same spirit of the second mile is found, as when the young woman wrote her friend out of her invalidism, " At first I thought somehow to make the best of it, but now I am planning how to make the most of it," every man with a heart for chivalry pays homage. These folk of the more abundant willingness travel with us the first hard mile of compulsion, but they make it beautiful with the second mile of consecration. 
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The Shadow of His Wings., Gibbs, Willa.
11 Gibbs, Willa. The Shadow of His Wings.
Doubleday & Company 1964-01-01 First Edition Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This FIRST EDITION hardcover book was published in 1964 by Doubleday & Company with 237 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. No dust jacket. The page edges are toned. The top corner of the front free endpaper has been removed. There is tape remnants on the back cover. The front pastedown has a large scuff mark near the top and bottom edges. Random excerpt from the text:ON MIRACLES:What is a miracle? An unexpected happening, yes—but many unexpected happenings have no quality of the miraculous attached to them. Perhaps a happening which sets aside the laws of nature . . . but we are still learning what the laws of nature are. Much lies ahead waiting to be dis-covered. We are scarcely in a position to say whether or not the laws of nature are being set aside.Is a miracle an otherworldly manifestation? Be careful here. Fifty years ago someone entering an unoccupied house to be met with sounds of spirited dialogue would have good reason to suppose that the manifestation was otherworldly. Today's assumption would be that the radio or TV set had been inadvertently left on. Anyhow, a miracle can wear an everyday face. For example:A crowd of young people went down to the river to swim. I was with them; Jimmy was not. At that time there still was in use the oldest suspension bridge in the whole of the West. It has since been abandoned.The river here was wide and fast and very shallow, quite incredibly beautiful, ringed with mountains. A number of successful suicides had been committed from the span. A smaller number of daredevil escapades had resulted in instant death or maiming so grave that death would have been preferable.After our swim in the bitter-cold waters that were actually melted snow we lounged around on the bridge, soaking up sunshine, shivering deliciously in the shadows of past tragedy, and complaining from time to time because we had no cigarettes."No one here has nerve enough to dive off this ole bridge." "Bet Willa would."Where had I got this reputation for rakehell courage? I had used to bawl with terror at the sight of a friendly dog. Heights had always made me dizzy and fearful, even when the drop was safely railed off. Perhaps my companions had sensed the death wish in me.From Willa herself: "Bet I would too, for a cigarette." The offer was perfectly safe. There wasn't a place within miles to buy any, and, among us, not enough money.Someone had been holding out. There was one cigarette. White and slim, faintly scented, it was laid like an offering on the broad top ledge of the old suspension bridge. Having bidden for this moment, I became sharply aware of how blue the sky was, how sweet the warmth of sunlight, and the velvety feeling of sand and dust between bare toes. From the somber, blue-sided mountains, the snows had run to widen this chortling river but not to deepen it. The dive was fifty feet high and the rocks showed everywhere you looked.One of the boys gave me a leg up, which reminded me of the horses I loved to ride. However this ended, it was fairly certain that I would never ride a horse again. The ledge on which I was standing was more than wide enough even for my long-toed, high-arched, narrow feet. No sway in the bridge today, for there wasn't a breath of wind. I had seen it rocking like a cradle when the winds were high, but today there wasn't a creak or a tremor. Brown and slim and with tangled hair, already gathered for the dive, I hardly felt anything. That I really would take that incredible flying leap seemed as inevitable as my coming into the world in the first place.By now I had grown used to forcing myself to do things I did not want to do. I had been afraid of water, especially cold water, and now it was nothing for me to swim in melted snow. 
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Storehouse Tithing: Why it is Still Right H Wayne Williams Christian Giving Fundamental Theology, H. Wayne Williams
12 H. Wayne Williams Storehouse Tithing: Why it is Still Right H Wayne Williams Christian Giving Fundamental Theology
Old Liberty Publications 1979-01-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback booklet was published in 1979 by Old Liberty Publications with 59 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is heavily worn around the edges with some scuffing. The covers are are creased along the edges and corners. The cover is moderately rubbed with some surface scratching. The cover is moderately soiled. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. 
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Money Talks But What is it Really Saying? OS Hawkins Biblical Finances, Hawkins, O. S
13 Hawkins, O. S Money Talks But What is it Really Saying? OS Hawkins Biblical Finances
0967158419 / 9780967158419 Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention 1999-01-01 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book has an unmarked text. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. What one item says the most about a person's life? A family tree? A diary? A prayer journal? Someone has suggested the best resource to reveal one's true priorities in life is the checkbook. Our canceled checks do indeed give access to every part of our lives and speak volumes about what we really think is important in life. Yes, money does talk!Our use of money is so much a reflection of what is on theinside of us that our Lord spoke often on the subject. One third of his thirty-eight parables deal with the way we handle our possessions. The Bible has a better stewardship plan for our lives than all the Wall Street brokerage houses combined.As we journey together from chapter to chapter in this volume, we will continue to hear our Lord affirm the fact that money talks and says a lot about what each of us thinks is really at the top of life's priorities. What about your canceled checks? What are they saying about what is truly important in your life? 
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Nursing in the Church Judith Shelly Spiritual Care Community Service A JCN Nursing Focus Book, Judith Allen; Ed. Shelly; Judith Allen Shelly [Editor]
14 Judith Allen; Ed. Shelly; Judith Allen Shelly [Editor] Nursing in the Church Judith Shelly Spiritual Care Community Service A JCN Nursing Focus Book
0972312307 / 9780972312301 NFC Press 2002-08-15 Perfect Paperback Used: Good Perfect Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2002 by the NFC Press with 354 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. The front cover is creased at the top corner. 
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TRAINING IN CHRISTIANITY and the Edifying Discourse which Accompanied It Kierkegaard Philosophy, Kierkegaard, Soren
15 Kierkegaard, Soren TRAINING IN CHRISTIANITY and the Edifying Discourse which Accompanied It Kierkegaard Philosophy
Princeton University Press 1947-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1947 by the Princeton University Press with 303 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. ...the incognito was in fact laid aside, and that he had reached that understanding by the aid of direct communication, that is, by the aid of him who had been incognito but was such no longer when he communicated to him the understanding. Let us now think that the superior man gets a notion, or for one reason or another finds it necessary, to erect again the incognito between the two who, as it was thought, understood one another. What then? Then it will be decided whether the other is just as great a dialectician as the first, or whether the other has faith in the possibility of such self-abnegation; that is to say, it will be decided whether the other possesses in himself the power to fathom the incognito, or to hold fast to his previous 'understanding in spite of it, or autonomously to understand it. The moment the superior man assumes the incognito he naturally does everything to maintain it, does nothing to help the other, but on the contrary excogitates the form most apt to deceive, i.e. to maintain his incognito. If now he is essentially the superior man, the device succeeds. The other makes at first a little resistance in the way of soliciting direct communication: 'This is a deceit', you are not what you pretend.' But the incognito is maintained, no-more direct communication follows, and the other returns to the opinion that the man is surely an egoist; perhaps he says, 'For a moment I believed in him, but now I too perceive that he is an egoist.' The fact is, he cannot hold fast the thought that this man would rather not be recognized as the good man he is, he can understand the incognito only so long as the unrecognizable man shows him by direct communication that it is an incognito and how it is such, in other words, so long as there is no incognito, or at least so long as the unrecognizable man is not in the role of unrecognizability and exerting all his powers to maintain it, leaving the other to make the best of it. So long as the first man helps him by direct communicatioi about the unrecognizability, he can understand it—and he can understand the self-abnegation when in reality there is no more self-abnegation. That is, the other does not really believe in the possibility that such self-abnegation might exist.—Whether man has a right to employ such mystification, whether he is able to do it, and if he were able to do it, whether the maieutical educa tion of another man were not too great a responsibility, or on the other hand, whether it might not be his duty to do it, if it wer done in self-abnegation and not in pride—I do not undertakedecide. Let this be regarded merely as a thought-experiment, which at least throws some light upon 'unrecognizableness'.1And now in the case of the God-Man! He is God, but chooses to become the individual man. This, as we have seen, is the profoundest incognito, or the most impenetrable unrecognizableness that is possible; for the contradiction between being God and being an individual man is the greatest possible, the infinitely qualitative contradiction. But this is His will, His free determination, therefore an almightily maintained incognito. Indeed, He has in a certain sense, by suffering Himself to be born, bound Himself once for all; His incognito is so almightily maintained that in a way He is subjected to it, and the reality of His suffering consists in the fact that it is not merely apparent, but that in a sense the assumed incognito has power over Him. 
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Real Stirring Facts (Sermons and Scriptures) Baltimore Gospel Tabernacle G.E. Lowman, Lowman, Rev. G. E.
16 Lowman, Rev. G. E. Real Stirring Facts (Sermons and Scriptures) Baltimore Gospel Tabernacle G.E. Lowman
Baltimore Gospel Tabernacle 1936-01-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1936 by Baltimore Gospel Tabernacle with 130 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. 
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Call to Holiness Spirituality in a Secular Age Martin Parsons, Martin Parsons
17 Martin Parsons Call to Holiness Spirituality in a Secular Age Martin Parsons
0232512884 / 9780232512885 Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd 1974-11-25 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1974 by Martin Press with 96 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges with rubbing and fading. The spine panel is rubbed. Holiness is the final reality of the adult christian. Its starting point is personal encounter with Christ. No attempt is made to hide the cost of the holy life; the discipline of the devotinal life that is outlined in the pages of this book will suggest that there is common ground to christians of all denominations. The author write: 'The book sets out the tradition of holiness associated with the evangelical revival and the Keswick Convention, assessing its relevance today in the light of the charismatic movement'. The approach is at alll times Biblical and practical. 
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Moving On ... The Story of J.O. and Mary Wallace UPCI United Pentecostal Testimony Biography, Mary H. Wallace
18 Mary H. Wallace Moving On ... The Story of J.O. and Mary Wallace UPCI United Pentecostal Testimony Biography
0963468308 / 9780963468307 New Hope Publications 1992-01-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1992 by New Hope Publications with 223 pages. Previous owners name present. The page edges are toned with moderate foxing. The page edges have a couple damp stains on them. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. 
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The Happy Life FB Meyer Condensed Books Christian Living Find Purpose & Direction, Meyer, F.B.
19 Meyer, F.B. The Happy Life FB Meyer Condensed Books Christian Living Find Purpose & Direction
Good News Publishers 1959 Paperback Used: Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1959 by the Good News Publishers with 64 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges with some creasing. The pages are toned. .Previous owners name present. Random Excerpt from the Text: He lives as our High Priest. There was a fatal defect in the Jewish priesthood, because they were not able to continue, by reason of death. As soon as a High Priest became thoroughly versed in his duties, and familiar with his charge, he had to follow the steps of his great predecessor, who died on the summit of Mount Hor. But this Man, because He continueth ever, hath an unchangeable Priesthood. "Wherefore also He is able to save to the uttermost them that draw near unto God through Him, seeing He ever liveth." What music is in those words! When we come to God, it is by a living way. Nor should we be content to leave our morning or evening prayer, till we have had living contact with the Living One Himself. Prayer may be a law; but it is equally a direct converse with a real living personal friend—the Prince who is our Brother—the King who is of near kin to us. And this is surely the blessed experience of the Happy Life. To know that there is no cloud between Him and the soul, and to repeat again and again vows of loyalty and devotion, spoken not into the responseless air, but into the living ear of One whose heart responds in unutterable tenderness to the stillest whisper of affection and trust.He lives as the Source of our Life. "Because I live, ye shall live also." He is our life. To us to live is Christ. The Son of God liveth in us. The life of Jesus is manifest in our mortal flesh. As in the olden vision the precious oil came through the golden pipes to feed the temple lamp, so does His life come through our faith to feed our spirits.Happy are they who are dead to their own life; who steadily ignore it and deny it—that the life of Jesus may have free scope in them to rise up into all the beauty and glory of perfect life! With Him is the fountain of life; would that all our fresh springs were ever consciously also in Him! Give yourself wholly up to Him that He may live through your being, until He shall even quicken your mortal body, and raise it up in resurrection glory.He lives to lead on the Ages to all the Possibilities of Life. What lies before us we cannot tell—what glory, what radiant bliss, what rapture! We only know that He spake, not only of life, but of life "more abundantly." And we are told that He will lead us "unto fountains of waters of life." George Fox tells of his dream, in which he saw the ocean of life sweep away the inky waters of death for ever; but who shall fathom that ocean, or tell its expanse, its depth, its shores?This is at least true—that He will never rest until He has enlarged our capacities to comprehend, and our hearts to receive, the fulness of His life. We are only learning its alphabet. We are like a brood just out of the egg, lying close in the nest, taking only what is given us, and utterly ignorant of the undeveloped powers of flight, which shall enable us to flash in the sunny air. But the time is coming when we shall drink of His life, and live forever with Himself. 
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The Master's Voice A Practical Guide to Personal Ministry Ira Milligan VG PB ED, Milligan, Ira L
20 Milligan, Ira L The Master's Voice A Practical Guide to Personal Ministry Ira Milligan VG PB ED
0970237529 / 9780970237521 Servant Ministries 2001-01-01 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2001 by Servant Ministries with 188 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. Someone once said, “Experience is the best teacher,” and as long as it’s someone else’s experience, it is! Some things, like ministering the gifts of the Spirit, are only learned from personal experience, but it helps to have a few hints along the way. This book is written to share the lessons learned from over thirty years of personal ministry. Both instructional and inspirational, Ira has intermingled a delightful array of Scriptural illustrations and personal, real-life experiences to enlighten and inform the reader. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a complete novice when it comes to operating spiritual gifts, this book is for you. 
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