From the Library of Charles Spurgeon Hardback
Selections from Writers Who Influenced His Spiritual Journey
by James Stuart Bell;
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From the Library of Charles Spurgeon
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From the Library of Charles Spurgeon by James Stuart Bell was published by Baker in April 2012 and is our 55354th best seller. The ISBN for From the Library of Charles Spurgeon is 9780764208614.
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From the Library of Charles SpurgeonAlan Hill, via The Good Book Stall
Have you ever thought that you should read some of the writings of great Christians from the past but do not know where to start? Here is the book for you.
The compiler (Mr. James Bell) has chosen 26 authors who he believes heavily influenced the spiritual walk of C H Spurgeon. The book therefore opens with a brief biography of Spurgeon and the eight chapter structure reflects major themes from Spurgeon’s life (such as prayer, evangelism and adversaries).
In all there are over 150 excerpts from over 100 books written by spiritual giants such as Jonathan Edwards, Matthew Henry, John Bunyan and Richard Sibbes. None of the excerpts are more than 2 pages long and the English appears to have been sensitively updated.
This book especially lends itself to be used in daily devotions. Highly recommended.
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|Page last updated||5th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||James Stuart Bell|
|Publisher||Baker (April 2012)|
|Number of Pages||400|