At the Master's Feet: A Daily Devotional

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Zondervan, 2005 - Religion - 384 pages
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, was one of the great nineteenth-century preachers and authors. At age twenty-two he was the most popular preacher of his day. A strict Calvinist, he shared his pulpit with D. L. Moody, Hudson Taylor, and George Mueller, and was responsible for leading Oswald Chambers to Christ. This devotional treasury contains 366 daily readings gleaned from many of Spurgeon's most memorable and accessible published works. Each page includes a brief yet profound spiritual thought along with related Scripture from the NIV. A through-the-Bible-in-a-year reading plan runs throughout the book. This collection is full of encouraging and challenging lessons gathered both from Scripture and from Spurgeon's personal experiences. These classic writings will direct readers on a daily journey to deeper and more thoughtful levels of faith.

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Audie G. Lewis entered the U.S. Army as a private and was promoted quickly through the ranks to staff sergeant, then attended the Army's Officer Candidate School where he was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant. He completed half of his military career as an enlisted soldier and the remainder as a commissioned officer until retiring as a captain at the end of an exciting career. While serving in the Army, CPT Lewis helped many other soldiers progress through the ranks and discover their full potential. This book represents his ongoing commitment to help every soldier become the best they can be while serving in the military. Lewis lives in Fort Myers, Florida.

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