The Cycle of Victorious Living

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Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, 1995 - Religion - 64 pages
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With over 100,000 copies in print, The Cycle of Victorious Living has inspired many lives and will continue to inspire for years to come. First published in 1971, it became an instant classic, touching a responsive chord in the hearts of countless individuals with the simple, life-transforming message of Psalm 37: God has made provision for abundant living through the fully yielded heart. Now it is time for a new generation--both the young and the old--to discover the secret of the transcendent grace of God which enables us to live above the turmoil and changes of these days in victorious and holy living. The revised and expanded edition contains all the original work along with additional thoughts interspersed throughout, and new opening and closing chapters.

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A favorite of mine for years

User Review  - Happy Grandma -

Pastor Earl Lee preached an annual sermon on the Cycle of Victorious Living even before he and Hazel wrote the book. I was fortunate to be a member of Pasadena First Church of the Nazarene at that ... Read full review

User Review  - Joanne Sturgeon -

This is one of the best books I have ever read. Concise, clear, easy to read--a life changing book! I would recommend it to everyone. In fact, we bought 12 to give as Christmas gifts this year. Read full review


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Earl and Hazel Lee are best known as a remarkable ministry team during Earl’s long tenure as beloved pastor at Pasadena, California, First Church of the Nazarene, where attendance grew to 3,000 and a tape ministry literally cicled the globe. They preveiously served as missionaries to India. The Lees coauthored Committed to Grace, published in 1993. Now retired, they maintain a active speaking ministry with revivals, retreats, conferences, and a variety of other settings.

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