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Wonder O' the Wind

W Phillip Keller

Wonder O' the Wind

W Phillip Keller

$36.99

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3 Parts:^Part I. The Daydream Years^Part II. The Rugged Years^Part III.The Adventure Years ^243 Pages

- Publisher This richly textured account of the life of a unique man of God has already thrilled readers by the thousands. Now Kregel Publications has the privelege of reissuing it as a companion volume to the same author's spiritual biography, the popular God Is My Delight.^^Phillip Keller- author, naturalist, agriculture specialist and wildlife photographer- recounts his adventurous life in this testimony of how God's Spirit guides even the willful into His ways.^^Born and raised in East Africa, Keller grew up with an intense love for the land, its wildlife and its people. For a time he was inclined to disbelief and cynicism by the way the world distorts and abuses God's handiwork- and he struggled to exert his own will against society's pressures, sometimes even against society's pressures, sometimes even against the will of God.^^Finally, the Wind of God's Spirit has his wondrous way. The author tells the gripping story of God's loving but abrupt intrusion into his self-centered life. He relives his trek back to Africa and eventually around the world in His service. A vibrant love for life, for God, and for His word, pulsates through this fascinating story of how one man's will was brought into harmony with the will of God.

- Publisher in this companion volume to the author's popular spiritual autobiography, God Is My Delight, Phillip Keller relives his trek back to Africa and eventually around the world in the Lord's service.

- Publisher

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3 Parts:^Part I. The Daydream Years^Part II. The Rugged Years^Part III.The Adventure Years ^243 Pages
- Publisher

This richly textured account of the life of a unique man of God has already thrilled readers by the thousands. Now Kregel Publications has the privelege of reissuing it as a companion volume to the same author's spiritual biography, the popular God Is My Delight.^^Phillip Keller- author, naturalist, agriculture specialist and wildlife photographer- recounts his adventurous life in this testimony of how God's Spirit guides even the willful into His ways.^^Born and raised in East Africa, Keller grew up with an intense love for the land, its wildlife and its people. For a time he was inclined to disbelief and cynicism by the way the world distorts and abuses God's handiwork- and he struggled to exert his own will against society's pressures, sometimes even against society's pressures, sometimes even against the will of God.^^Finally, the Wind of God's Spirit has his wondrous way. The author tells the gripping story of God's loving but abrupt intrusion into his self-centered life. He relives his trek back to Africa and eventually around the world in His service. A vibrant love for life, for God, and for His word, pulsates through this fascinating story of how one man's will was brought into harmony with the will of God.
- Publisher

in this companion volume to the author's popular spiritual autobiography, God Is My Delight, Phillip Keller relives his trek back to Africa and eventually around the world in the Lord's service.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

W Phillip Keller

One of the premier devotional writers of our time, the late W. Phillip Keller is the author of more than 40 books including "A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23." Born in Kenya, the author studied in Canada to be an agrologist. He was also a photographer, field naturalist, conservationist, and lay minist

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  • Catalogue Code 60298
  • Product Code 0825429986
  • EAN 9780825429989
  • Pages 240
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Kregel Publishers
  • Publication Date Jan 1993
  • Sales Rank #26038
  • Dimensions 203 x 133 x 16 mm
  • Weight 0.295kg

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