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Moody Publishers is honored to introduce the first six volumes in what ^is to be an ongoing series of spiritual classics. Selected for their enduring influence ^and timeless perspective, these new editions promise to shape the lives of spiritual ^pilgrims...


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Moody Publishers is honored to introduce the first six volumes in what ^is to be an ongoing series of spiritual classics. Selected for their enduring influence ^and timeless perspective, these new editions promise to shape the lives of spiritual ^pilgrims for generations to come.
This 6-book set includes the following Moody ^Classic Series titles:

Answers to Prayer
The Confessions of ^St. Augustine
How To Pray
The Imitation of Christ
The ^Pilgrim's Progress
The True Vine




This package includes the six-volume set of the Moody Classics: The ^Confessions of St. Augustine, Answers to Prayer, The Imitation ^of Christ, The True Vine, The Pilgrim's Progress, and How ^to Pray.

Of all the factors influencing our spiritual growth and development, ^pivotal books play a key role. Learning from those who have walked the path and ^fought the fight brings wisdom and strengthens resolve. And hearing the familiar ^chords of kingdom living sung by voices from other times can penetrate cultural ^barriers that limit our allegiance to the King. To this end, Moody Publishers is ^honored to introduce the first six volumes in what is to be an ongoing series of ^spiritual classics. Selected for their enduring influence and timeless perspective, ^these new editions promise to shape the lives of spiritual pilgrims for generations ^to come.

In The Confessions of St. Augustine, St. Augustine grates ^hard against "the anatomy of evil" while dealing succinctly and honestly with his ^own proneness toward sin. From his infatuation with its initial beauty to the discounting ^of his previously wasted life, Augustine leaves little to the imagination regarding ^his need to be saved from himself. Most of Augustine's Confessions are ^spent in a nearly catastrophe tug of war. From insult and injury to passion, lost ^love, and the arts--this work leads through and beyond a world where God's timing ^is absolutely perfect. Nothing has really changed since then. Sin is still sin--and ^God is still God.

In Answers to Prayer, when George Mueller could ^not get it out of his mind to open a house for orphans in late 1835, he purposed ^to do so "that God might be magnified by the fact that the orphans under my care ^are provided with all they need, only by prayer and faith." For ^over sixty years George Mueller wrote down the details of the Lord's provision. ^Thousands of orphans depended solely on Mueller, and Mueller, in turn, depended ^solely on the Lord. Prayer is an urgent matter that always yields crucial results. ^Through his narrative account, Mueller reveals how powerful and spiritually rewarding ^prayer can be in your life

In The Imitation of Christ, Thomas a ^Kempis was not a haphazard follower of Jesus. The depth of his masterpiece ^mirrors the life of a man who did whatever was necessary to imitate his own Savior. A ^Kempis lived as intentionally as he wrote. We must turn away from the things ^of this world, we must live sacrificially, we must be inundated with Christ's passionate ^teaching, and we must pray to be removed from distraction. A classic in every state ^of the word, The Imitation of Christ places the fruit of one man's single-minded ^devotion to God's calling on his life within the reach of every reader. May ^we all commit to be this effective in our emulation of Jesus.

In The ^True Vine, the author wrote in such a way as to make God's Word clear ^to anyone who would listen. Andrew Murray was able to reach the young and underprivileged ^of his day with his straightforward preaching and writing. And as he lived, fully ^abiding in the Lord, so these words of Christ are made clear for another century. ^"No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can ^you bear fruit unless you remain in me." Work for Him. Rest in ^Him. The Vine is the sole provider for the branch. The branch needs only to obey. ^The care and nutrients the branch receives from the Vine are more than enough to ^bear all the fruit it can handle.

In The Pilgrim's Progress, the ^author presents a story woven through with undeniable truth, great cost, ^and overwhelming joy. This is not a devotional classic; it is a dangerous tale. ^It is a call to the high stakes of every Christian's journey. One of the most ^widely read books of all time, this adventure reveals John Bunyan's intense grasp ^of the Scriptures. Penned while in prison for refusing to compromise the gospel, ^The Pilgrim's Progress is a guide for the journey from death to life. The ^times have changed, but the landmarks and adversaries are very much the same.

In ^How to Pray, R.A. Torrey deals with the key elements of life-changing prayer, ^such as praying in the Spirit, abiding in Christ, obstacles to prayer, the best ^times to pray, seeking revival through prayer, and more. Torrey outlines a ^practical strategy for living life in conversation with God."The intelligent child ^of God must be driven to say, 'I must pray, pray, pray. I must put all my energy ^and all my heart into prayer. Whatever else I do, I must pray.'" Stunning and forthright, ^R.A. Torrey's "little book on prayer" is a reflection of the writer who once had ^it said about him, "One wonders if there has ever lived a man who did so many things ^well for Christ."



AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO (354-430) was one of the foremost philosopher-theologians ^of early Christianity and the leading figure in the church of North Africa. He became ^bishop of Hippo in 396 and held that position until his death. Before becoming ^a Christian, Augustine lived a very secular life. His mother Monica prayed for ^him diligently and at age 32, during a trip to Milan, Augustine heard the preaching ^of St. Ambrose, was convicted by the Holy Spirit, and became a Christian. His ^numerous written works, the most important of which are his Confessions and ^City of God, shaped the practice of biblical exegesis and helped lay the ^foundation for much of medieval and modern Christian thought.

GEORGE MUELLER ^(1805-1898), evangelist and philanthropist in England, was a man of prayer and strong ^faith who depended wholly on God for his temporal and spiritual needs. During his ^time serving as pastor at a church in Bristol, England, his famous work with the ^orphans began when two young children were thrown upon the church's care. Mueller ^resolved never to tell anyone what his needs were. He told them to God and confidently ^expected them to be met. Over his life, he handled more than $8 million, although ^his own worldly possessions were valued at about $800 at his death. He is author ^of the book Answers to Prayer.

THOMAS A'KEMPIS (1380-1471) ^was a Dutch priest, monk, and writer born in Kempen, Germany. He attended a school ^near Deventer in Holland. Thomas of Kempen, as he was known at school, was so impressed ^by his teachers that he decided to live his own life according to their ideals. ^When he was 19, he entered the monastery of Mount St. Agnes and spent the rest of ^his long life behind the walls of that monastery. Thomas wrote a number of sermons, ^letters, hymns, and lives of the saints. The most famous of his works, by far, is ^The Imitation of Christ, a charming instruction on how to love God. The ^Imitation of Christ has come to be, after the Bible, the most widely translated ^book in Christian literature.

ANDREW MURRAY (1828-1917) was a church ^leader, evangelist, and missionary statesman. As a young man, Murray wanted to ^be a minister, but it was a career choice rather than an act of faith. Not until ^he had finished his general studies and begun his theological training in the Netherlands, ^did he experience a conversion of heart. Sixty years of ministry in the Dutch Reformed ^Church of South Africa, more than 200 books and tracts on Christian spirituality ^and ministry, extensive social work, and the founding of educational institutions ^were some of the outward signs of the inward grace that Murray experienced by continually ^casting himself on Christ. A few of his books include The True Vine, Absolute ^Surrender, The School of Obedience, Waiting on God, and The Prayer Life.



This package includes the six-volume set of the Moody Classics: The Confessions of St. Augustine, Answers to Prayer, The Imitation of Christ, The True Vine, The Pilgrim's Progress, and How to Pray.

Of all the factors influencing our spiritual growth and development, pivotal books play a key role. Learning from those who have walked the path and fought the fight brings wisdom and strengthens resolve. And hearing the familiar chords of kingdom living sung by voices from other times can penetrate cultural barriers that limit our allegiance to the King. To this end, Moody Publishers is honored to introduce the first six volumes in what is to be an ongoing series of spiritual classics. Selected for their enduring influence and timeless perspective, these new editions promise to shape the lives of spiritual pilgrims for generations to come.



ll time, this adventure reveals John Bunyan's intense grasp of the Scriptures. Penned while in prison for refusing to compromise the gospel, The Pilgrim's Progress is a guide for the journey from death to life. The times have changed, but the landmarks and adversaries are very much the same.

In How to Pray, R.A. Torrey deals with the key elements of life-changing prayer, such as praying in the Spirit, abiding in Christ, obstacles to prayer, the best times to pray, seeking revival through prayer, and more. Torrey outlines a practical strategy for living life in conversation with God."The intelligent child of God must be driven to say, 'I must pray, pray, pray. I must put all my energy and all my heart into prayer. Whatever else I do, I must pray.'" Stunning and forthright, R.A. Torrey's "little book on prayer" is a reflection of the writer who once had it said about him, "One wonders if there has ever lived a man who did so many things well for Christ."


-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 347831
  • Product Code 9780802482563
  • ISBN 0802482562
  • EAN 9780802482563
  • Department Academic
  • Category Classic
  • Sub-Category A W Tozer
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Oct 2007
  • Sales Rank 60177
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 5.33 MB (EPUB)

Andrew Murray

South African pastor and author Andrew Murray, (1828-1917), one of four children was raised in the most remote corner of the world - Graaff-Reinet (near the Cape), South Africa, It was here, after his formal education in Scotland and three years of theological study,in Holland, that Andrew Murray returned as a missionary and minister. Murray's first appointment was to a remote and unattractive territory of nearly 50,000 square miles and 12,000 people.
In 1873, he helped to establish the Huguenot Seminary for girls. He also served as the first president of the Young Men's Christian Fellowship (YMCA).


Not only was Andrew Murray the author of over 240 books, he was also a man of great prayer. He began writing on the "deeper Christian life" - a favorite subject for Murray - for his congregation as an extension of his local pastoral work, but he became internationally known for his books, such as With Christ in the School of Prayerand Abide in Christ, that searched men's hearts and brought them into a deep relationship with Christ. Writing with an intensity of purpose and zeal for the message of the Gospel, Murray wrote numerous books even after his retirement at age seventy-eight. .- Publisher.

George Mueller

GEORGE MUELLER (1805-1898), evangelist and philanthropist in England, was a man of prayer and strong faith who depended wholly on God for his temporal and spiritual needs. During his time serving as pastor at a church in Bristol, England, his famous work with the orphans began when two young children were thrown upon the church's care. Mueller resolved never to tell anyone what his needs were. He told them to God and confidently expected them to be met. Over his life, he handled more than $8 million, although his own worldly possessions were valued at about $800 at his death. He is author of t

Thomas A'Kempis

THOMAS A'KEMPIS (1380-1471) was a Dutch priest, monk, and writer born in Kempen, Germany. He attended a school near Deventer in Holland. Thomas of Kempen, as he was known at school, was so impressed by his teachers that he decided to live his own life according to their ideals. When he was 19, he entered the monastery of Mount St. Agnes and spent the rest of his long life behind the walls of that monastery. Thomas wrote a number of sermons, letters, hymns, and lives of the saints. The most famous of his works, by far, is The Imitation of Christ, a charming instruction on how to love God. The Imitation of Christ has come to be, after the Bible, the most widely translated book in Christian literature.

R A Torrey

R. A. Torrey (1856 - 1928) was an American evangelist and Bible scholar. A graduate of Yale College and Seminary, he also studied in German universities. He was ordained to the Congregational ministry in 1878, and became superintendent of the Congregational City Missionary Society of Minneapolis. He had a long association with D. L. Moody and was the first superintendent of the Moody Bible Institute (1889 - 1908). He wrote numerous devotional and theological books, including What the Bible Teaches, How to Work for Christ, and The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit.

John Bunyan

John Bunyan (1628-1688) was born in Elstow, England, and his life was spared twice in his early years, something he believed God had done for a special purpose. In November 1660, when Bunyan arrived to preach in the little town of Lower Samsell, he was informed that a warrant had been issued for his arrest. Unwilling to denounce his Christian faith and his calling to the ministry, he was imprisoned for twelve years.
Among the many writings he published during his imprisonment are The Holy City; Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners; and the most famous, The Pilgrims Progress.


After his release, he became the pastor of a church in Bedord, England and continued to write and publish stirring works that have endured through time. Among these classics are The Holy War; Bunyan's Visions of Heaven and Hell and Journey to Hell: The Life and Death of Mr. Badman.
-Publisher.



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