Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds… Let us encourage one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching. - Hebrews 10:23-25
In this illuminating collection of portraits, Muggeridge explores the spiritual wanderings seven maverick thinkers: Augustine, Pascal, Blake, Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and Bonhoeffer.
New book! In his characteristically provocative and daring way, Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt articulates a vision of God’s kingdom that turns much of our understanding of modern Christianity upside-down. He challenges us to follow Jesus in a way that makes God’s reign a reality, here and now.
Free ebook of excerpts from Dostoyevsky's greatest novels exploring the devastating (yet ultimately healing) social implications of the Gospels. This collection of passages vividly reveals - as none of his novels can on their own - the common thread of the great God-haunted Russian's questioning faith.
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A craftsman and musician, Fritz had counted on a steady hand all his life. After a fifteen year battle with a debilitating condition, he talks with Plough about how his faith and joy in life have triumphed.
Why do so many Christians look to death to unite them with Jesus, when he has promised to become “the resurrection and the life” already now, in your life, here on earth?
Scripture promises that God will comfort and heal. Then why do so many prayers for the healing of individuals seem to go unanswered? In this reflection on Isaiah 49, Blumhardt helps us see how suffering can hasten on the coming of the Kingdom.
Pre-Raphaelite poet Christina Rossetti penned this poem of grief, doubt, and faith after the death of her mother and brother. This radiant setting by composer Joseph Roff was recorded in an abandoned farm silo in upstate New York.
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