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#1  –  7 Catholic Classics
The TOP 7 CATHOLIC CLASSICS is a wonderful collection of the very best of Catholic devotional writing. These works have lasted centuries and continue to inspire millions around the world even today!Included in this collection are the full texts of:

  1. ON LOVING GOD – by Bernard of Clairvaux (12th Century)
  2. THE CLOUD OF UNKNOWING – unknown author (14th Century)
  3. THE DIALOGUE OF ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA – by Catherine of Siena (1378 AD)
  4. THE IMITATION OF CHRIST – by Thomas A Kempis (15th Century)
  5. THE INTERIOR CASTLE – by St Teresa of Avila (1577 AD)
  6. THE DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL – by St John of the Cross (16th Century)
  7. THE PRACTICE OF THE PRESENCE OF GOD – by Brother Lawrence (17th Century)

 

 

 


 


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#2  –  Amy Carmichael 8-in-1 Collection

Amy Carmichael (1867-1951) served in India for over 50 years and is well-known for her work rescuing children from temple prostitution as well as her inspirational missionary writings.
This excellent collection contains 7 of her most well-known and beloved writings. All have been spell-checked and formatted for your eReader and are beautifully illustrated. You will be encouraged, challenged and inspired as you read of the impact and legacy that Amy Carmichael and her team had in India!Included in this collection are the complete texts of:

  1. THINGS AS THEY ARE: Missionary Work in South India (1903). A look at Amy’s daily life in her work in South India, especially that of rescuing young children from temple prostitution (aka: “being married to the gods”).   (32 chapters and dozens of illustrations)
  2. OVERWEIGHTS OF JOY (1906). A sequel to Things As They Are, (36 chapters, illustrated).
  3. LOTUS BUDS (1909). A touching look at many of the precious children that Amy and her companions saved out of temple prostitution. (36 chapters, illustrated).
  4. FROM THE FIGHT (1900). An intriguing look at some of Amy’s earliest efforts in missions work in South India. (5 chapters)
  5. THE CONTINUATION OF A STORY (1914). As the title suggests, a short continuation and elaboration of the work at Dohnavur. (6 chapters).
  6. PONNAMAL: Her Story (1918). The touching story of one of Amy’s faithful helpers in her mission. (17 chapters)
  7. WALKER OF TINNEVELLY (1916) was a missionary and fiery revival preacher in India.   (39 chapters, illustrated).
  8. RAGLAND, PIONEER (1922). Documents the life and ministry of Thomas Ragland, an early missionary to South India who paved the way for the work of Amy and her team. (27 chapters).

• Includes almost 100 illustrations!

 


 

 
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# 3 –  Alfred Edersheim Collection
THE ALFRED EDERSHEIM COLLECTION includes the full text of 3 of Edersheim’s most well-known works: SKETCHES OF JEWISH SOCIAL LIFE, THE TEMPLE ITS MINISTRY AND SERVICES, JESUS THE MESSIAH (the official abridged version of “Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah”).Includes the FULL TEXT of:

  1. SKETCHES OF JEWISH SOCIAL LIFE – In this classic work, Alfred Edersheim (1825 –1889) provides a glimpse into the life, customs and traditions of everyday Jewish life of the first century. Edersheim himself was a Messianic Jew and gives great insights from historical sources, Jewish tradition and teaching. He was a well-known pastor and scholar, ministering in Scotland and England.
    (19 CHAPTERS covering topics such as Jewish Land, Upbringing of children, Education, Women, Death, Trade and Commerce, Pharisees, Sadducees, Synagogues, etc).
  2. THE TEMPLE ITS MINISTRY AND SERVICES – This substantial work provides a detailed look at the Temple, the Priesthood, the Sacrificial system and Jewish Festivals. (19 CHAPTERS).
  3. JESUS THE MESSIAH – This is the official abridged edition of Alfred Edersheim’s monumental and classic work “The Life of Jesus the Messiah.” It reduces the original 6 volumes into one manageable (87 chapter!) work and omits many of the heavy and technical footnotes. If you want the original, with all the Greek notes and appendixes this may not be for you – but if you want a lucid, in-depth and highly informative look at the life and times of Jesus you will not be disappointed! (87 CHAPTERS)

 


 
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#4 – George Muller Collection (5-in-1)

George Muller (1805-1898) was a man of prayer and courage who through faith established orphanages and schools for thousands of children in England in the 1800’s. He was also well known for his preaching, teaching and missionary work. His life and legacy has been an inspiration to countless thousands of Christians worldwide!  This Collection contains:

  1. Biography of George Muller by A. T. Pierson.  A captivating biography of Muller by the missionary statesman A. T. Pierson. (24 Chapters)
  2. George Muller’s “Autobiography” (also titled “The Life of Trust”). This is the 1861 version of his larger 6 volume “Narrative”, edited and condensed for a wider audience.
  3. “Answers to Prayer” – a compilation from his “Narrative”
    recording specific answers to prayer that he experienced. It also includes, among other things, powerful teaching on “How to determine the will of God,” “Five conditions of Prevailing Prayer” and teaching on “Reading the Holy Scriptures”
  4. “Counsel to Christians” – compiled in 1878 (and also known as “Counsel to Converts”), these are excellent messages and sermons of Muller’s on growing as a Christian.
  5. “Travels of George Muller”

 

 


 

 


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#5  –  Evangelism & the Soul-Winner 7-in-1
EVANGELISM AND THE SOUL WINNER is a powerful collection of some of the greatest classic writings on evangelism, witnessing and seeking the lost. Be challenged and inspired by Charles Spurgeon, D. L. Moody, R. A. Torrey, Samuel Brengle and others who have experienced revival and moves of God first-hand!Includes the FULL text of:

  1. WORDS TO WINNERS OF SOULS – by Horatius Bonar (1877). 5 Chapters.
  2. TO THE WORK! TO THE WORK! – by D. L. Moody (1884). 9 Chapters.
  3. HOW TO BRING MEN TO CHRIST – by R. A. Torrey (1893). 13 Chapters.
  4. THE SOUL WINNER – by Charles Spurgeon (1895). 15 Chapters.
  5. THE SOUL WINNER’S SECRET – by Samuel Brengle (1900). 19 Chapters.
  6. EVANGELISM – by G. Campbell Morgan (1904). 5 Chapters.
  7. THE PASSION FOR SOULS – by J. H. Jowett (1905). 7 Chapters.

 

 


 

 
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#6  –  Spurgeon – Lectures to My Students
Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a British minister known as the “Prince of Preacher’s” whose writings are considered classics and are still in high-demand today. He preached to over 10 million people in his lifetime and published thousands of sermons, besides starting a College for Pastors as well as orphanages for boys and girls.This edition includes:
• The original 28 chapters from his Lectures, Volumes 1-3.
* Now also includes chapters 29 and 30 from Vol 4, with Spurgeon’s thoughts on Commentaries!
• Over 30 illustrations of Spurgeon, the Pastors’ College, and Spurgeon’s preaching ministry! 

 

 


 

 
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#7  –  Top 7 Prayer Classics
This fantastic compilation brings you the TOP 7 Christian classics on PRAYER. Ever struggled with how to pray, what to pray for, or just needed encouragement to keep praying? These powerful writings will stir your heart and strengthen your faith, helping you grow in communion with God.
TOP SEVEN CHRISTIAN PRAYER CLASSICS:

  1. How To Pray – by R. A. Torrey [12 chapters]
  2. With Christ in the School of Prayer – by Andrew Murray [32 chapters]
  3. Prevailing Prayer – by D. L. Moody [11 chapters]
  4. How I Know God Answers Prayer – by Rosalind Goforth [10 chapters]
  5. Answers to Prayer – from George Muller’s Narratives [6 chapters]
  6. Power Through Prayer – by E. M. Bounds [20 chapters]
  7. A Short and Easy Method of Prayer – by Madame Jeanne Guyon [24 chapters].

 

 


 

 

 
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#8  –   7 Classics on Revival
This powerful volume brings together 7 of the best Classic writings on REVIVAL. Penned by men and women of God who were eye-witnesses to revival, these books will stir your heart and challenge you to pray and believe for a move of God today!The following seven classics are included in this volume in their entirety:

  1. NARRATIVE OF THE SURPRISING WORK OF GOD – by Jonathan Edwards. Edwards (1703 –1758) was one of America’s greatest theologians and one of the leaders in the First Great Awakening which saw thousands swept into the Kingdom of God. This account gives a first-hand report of the revival as it swept through Northampton and New England.
  2. LECTURES ON REVIVALS OF RELIGION – by Charles Finney. Penned in 1868 after decades of seeing God move in revival power in the Second Great Awakening, this is a must read for anyone truly seeking to see lives and communities transformed for God!
  3. HANDBOOK ON REVIVALS – by Henry Fish. An in-depth compendium on revival – what it is and how to prepare for one. Fish looks at past revivals and provides answers to various objections, giving practical and sound advice. He also looks at the importance of prayer, preaching, singing, evangelism and follow-up.
  4. AWAKENING IN WALES AND THE HIDDEN SPRINGS – by Jessie Penn-Lewis. A first-hand account of the roots of the Welsh Revival from someone who knew Evan Roberts personally.
  5. THE WELSH REVIVAL – by W.T.Stead and G Campbell Morgan. Stead and Morgan were eyewitnesses of the mighty Welsh revival, seeing its power and the transformation it brought. Written in 1905 it documents how the revival began, its impact and includes personal interviews with Evan Roberts, the ‘leader’ of the revival.
  6. AZUSA STREET (How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles) – by Frank Bartleman. Written in 1925 almost two decades after the initial outpouring of the Spirit at Azusa Street, Bartleman gives a first-hand look into the early days of the revival and the part he played in helping to prepare the way for this move of God.
  7. THE REVIVAL WE NEED – by Oswald J Smith. A powerful book written in 1925 by the founder of the People’s Church in Toronto, Canada, this is a passionate and earnest account of what it will take to see God move in reviving power in our day!
  8. **BONUS: THE WAY TO PENTECOST – by Samuel Chadwick. Penned in 1932 just before his death, this is a deep look at what it will take to see true revival happen in our day. The Way To Pentecost was a favorite of Leonard Ravenhill.

 


 

 
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#9 –  5 Christian Classic Biographies
This outstanding volume brings together 5 of the greatest Christian Classic Biographies from the years 1700-1900. These writings not only shed light on the lives of each of these incredible individuals, they will also challenge and encourage your life as you glimpse their passion for God, perseverance in trials, and faith in achieving great things for God!

  1. The Life and Diary of David Brainerd – by Jonathan Edwards (1749).
  2. The Biography of Robert Murray McCheyne – by Andrew Bonar (1843)
  3. The Life of William Carey – by George Smith (1885)
  4. George Muller of Bristol – by A. T. Pierson (1899)
  5. The Authoritative Life of General William Booth – by G. S. Railton (1912)

• Over 1000 pages in one volume!
• Includes illustrations!

 


 


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#10 –  5 Classics on the Holy Spirit
This fantastic compilation brings you 5 of the greatest Christian classics on the Holy Spirit. Do you want to understand what the Scripture teaches about the Holy Spirit and get to know Him better in your own life? Are you interested in how the Holy Spirit has worked in revivals?  If so, then this collection is for you!5 GREAT CLASSICS ON THE HOLY SPIRIT contains:

  1. Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the Spirit of God – by Jonathan Edwards (1741).
  2. The Spirit of Christ – by Andrew Murray (1888) [31 chapters]
  3. Walking in the Spirit – by A. B. Simpson (1890’s) [14 chapters]
  4. When the Holy Ghost is Come – by Samuel Logan Brengle (1909) [23 chapters]
  5. The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit – by R. A. Torrey (1910) [22 chapters]

 

 

 

 

 

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