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By Warren W. Wiersbe

Locate energy of their stories.

We all desire notion to guide lives that honor God. whilst our religion is vulnerable or the pressures of the area look overwhelming, remembering the nice women and men of the prior can encourage us to renewed power and objective. Our non secular struggles aren't new, and the tales of these who've long gone sooner than may also help prepared the ground to our personal victories.

50 humans each Christian may still Know provides a glimpse into the lives of such humans as:

•Charles H. Spurgeon
•G. Campbell Morgan
•A. W. Tozer
•Fanny Crosby
•Amy Carmichael
•Jonathan Edwards
•James Hudson Taylor

Combining the tales of 50 of those devoted women and men, liked writer Warren W. Wiersbe provides you with perception and encouragement for life's doubtful journey.

Warren W. Wiersbe is a former pastor of the Moody Church and writer or editor of greater than a hundred and fifty books, together with On Being a Servant of God and The Bumps Are What You Climb On. He lives along with his spouse Betty in Lincoln, NE, the place he maintains to put in writing and to mentor more youthful pastors.

This booklet combines Wiersbe's Living with the Giants and Victorious Christians you have to Know, plus a brand new preface and new biographies.

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Here God appeared to Abram, promising, “To your offspring I will give this land” (12:7). Abram immediately set about building an altar to God in that place. The group moved on, heading south, and then pitched its tents in the hills east of Bethel. Abram N 0 an To bless him. Ur Bethel Hebron rsi To make him into a great nation. Babylon Pe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 IA GOD’S PROMISES TO ABRAM Damascus God blesses Abram God’s call contained a surprising promise. Although Sarai was barren, God told Abram that “I will make you into a great nation and I will bless you” (Genesis 12:2).

In a move reminiscent of Eden, God “came down” (11:5) to the people. The tower had failed to approach heaven, but he was still concerned about the spiritual implications of the building. 34–35)—and he was displeased at their vanity and pride. If they succeeded with building the tower, they would think they could do anything: “The LORD said, ‘If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them’” (11:6). Riv of the quality of their bricks, but “pride goes before destruction,” as Proverbs 16:18 would later warn.

In a move reminiscent of Eden, God “came down” (11:5) to the people. The tower had failed to approach heaven, but he was still concerned about the spiritual implications of the building. 34–35)—and he was displeased at their vanity and pride. If they succeeded with building the tower, they would think they could do anything: “The LORD said, ‘If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them’” (11:6). Riv of the quality of their bricks, but “pride goes before destruction,” as Proverbs 16:18 would later warn.

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