The Christian in Complete Armour: Daily Readings in Spiritual Warfare

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Moody Publishers, Sep 9, 1994 - Religion - 384 pages
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The Christian in Complete Armour provides daily readings packed with tools for spiritual triumph. Written in the seventeenth century by Pastor William Gurnall and compiled into 365 readings by editor James S. Bell, Jr., this collection supplies Christians with a soul-searching and inspiring supplement to the Bible.'The best thought breeder in our library.' -Charles Spurgeon
 

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This devotional is most thought-provoking and insightful. Today's generation of Christian would do well to consult with previous generations to gain understanding of who they are in Christ. Well worth reading! Read full review

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If you seriously want a devotional that will challenge you to have a deeper relationship with our GOD, this one is for you! Read full review

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WILLIAM GURNALL (1616-1679) was a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, England, a university under strong Puritan influence. His life's work was as pastor of the Church of Christ, in Suffolk. He authored The Christian in Complete Armour: Daily Readings in Spiritual Warfare.

JAMES S. BELL, JR. (B.A., Holy Cross College; M.A. University College, Dublin) is the owner of Whitestone Communications, a literary development agency. He previously served as executive editor at Moody Press (now Moody Publishers), director of religious publishing at Doubleday, and publisher at Bridge Publishing. James is the author of six books, including The Complete Idiot¿s Guide to the Bible, and has received cover credit for his work on more than 15 others. He currently lives in West Chicago with his wife, Margaret, and their four children.

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