Servants of the Living God
Beginning with the turbulent Separatist and Puritan days, through the Victoria era of gospel progress, to days of spiritual decline of the twentieth century, this book provides an insight into the influence of the gospel which is “the power of God unto salvation.”
Whether pilgrims searching for freedom of worship, a rich nobleman who befriended and supported gospel preachers and supplied bibles for young people, a weaver, a bootmaker, a miller or an iron foundry worker, all were motivated to make sacrifices for the cause of Christ and served him faithfully in their day and generation.
Servants of the Living God recounts their lives, circumstances, trials and blessings, with the desire that the reader will also be constrained to serve the living God.
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| Size : 184 x 120mm
| Pages: 180
| ISBN: 9781911466215
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