The Overcoming Life (Pure Gold Classics Series)
Moody wrote this book in 1896 to encourage believers in the daily struggle of Christian warfare. "The world, the flesh, and the devil are too much for any man," Moody says. "But if we are linked to Christ by faith...
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Moody wrote this book in 1896 to encourage believers in the daily struggle of Christian warfare. "The world, the flesh, and the devil are too much for any man," Moody says. "But if we are linked to Christ by faith . . . we shall get the victory over every enemy." This classic includes The Way to God, a companion book he wrote in 1884, in which he lovingly instructs Christians on how to draw nearer to God and warns against backsliding. These books, along with other rare, shorter Moody works and a riveting biography comprise this truly compelling volume.
The Pure Gold Classics series by Bridge Logos Publishers is a collection of beloved Christian classics that have endured changing civilizations, theologies, doctrines, and even changes in Christianity itself. Centuries of time and countless Christian lives have proved their value and the enduring truths that they contain of the kingdom of God and Jesus Christ. They continue to provide strong spiritual food for those who are hungry for the deep things of God.
*Includes mulfiple first edition works from editor's private collection. *Audio CD of selected excerpts *Color timeline *Detailed indexes *Author biographies *Beautifully illustated *Each title is an in-depth Bible study *Sensitively revised in modern English *One of an expanding collection
DWIGHT L. MOODY (1837-1899) was a highly acclaimed late 19th century evangelist. He founded the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago in 1886 and the Bible Institute Colportage Association, now Moody Publishers, in 1894. From training women, to reaching out to lost children, to bridging the gap between denominations, D.L. Moody was unlike any other. He is author of a number of books including "Christ in You, Heaven, Men God Challenged, " and "Spiritual Power". His life is also chronicled in "A Passion for Souls: The Life of D.L. Moody" by Lyle Dorsett. He and his wife, Emma, had two children.