Confessions traces a pilgrimage of unbounded grace, passionately wrestling with the spiritual questions that have engaged thoughtful minds since time began. Augustine uses his own experience to demonstrate how God works in human lives, transforming his confession of sin into a profound acknowledgement of God’s glory and power, a search for truth that turned a sinner into a saint.
Theologian, rebel, Bible translator, preacher, and prolific writer. . . the life of Martin Luther defies simple description. Luther was, above all, a man of the people, one whose greatest desire was to bring God’s Word in clear, concise language to the masses.
The Word of God was indeed all Luther needed to light the fire of the German Reformation. Recognizing from Romans 1 that God gives believers in Christ a positive righteousness, Luther posted his ninety-five theses on October 31, 1517, and from then on refused to be silenced.
This is the story of Bakht Singh, a man who despite his human frailties and limitations God used to do extraordinary things. During the time of India's struggle for political independence, Bakht Singh's ministry grew from evangelist and revivalist to world-renowned church planter and speaker.
A Remarkable True Story of One Man's Search for Truth
Rabi Maharaj, a descendent from a long line of brahmin priests and gurus and trained as a yogi. He meditated for many hours each day, but gradually disillusionment set in. He describes vividly and honestly hindu life and customs, tracing his difficult search for meaning and his struggle to choose between Hinduism and Christ. Maharaj offers fresh and important insights from the perspective of his own experience. A unique revelation of the inward struggles of a hindu and the ultimate triumph over death that he discovered.