True Christians have been persecuted throughout the Church Age, and in some parts of the world continue in great trials. But the Savior is always there providing comfort and strength. No marvel, for Christ warned his followers that this would happen. Here, in Martyr of the Catacombs, we get a glimpse of the heinous persecutions in Ancient Rome and look inside the lives of those Christians whose very lives depended upon the place of refuge beneath the city of Rome.
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A grand story of some thrilling adventures in the life of William Tyndale. No matter whether he was fleeing for his life through forest tracks, or being hidden by kindly friends in underground caverns, or even being starved in some castle dungeon, Tyndale had but one fear. It was not the torture and death which his persecutors were so anxious to inflict on him, but that they should succeed in their evil designs before he had finished his work of translating the Scriptures into English.
Sir Constant, a young squire, having seen the Vision, is knighted into the royal service of the Great King and begins his journey along the Splendid Way. In his pursuit he battles the subtle deceptions of the Black Knight, struggles in the snares of the Whisperer, Master Envy, tangles with the enchantments of the Grey Questioner, and experiences many other adventures. Along the way he learns the lessons of knighthood in his ever-diligent and constant quest of the City of the Great King.
Tip Lewis and his Lamp is Isabella Alden's heartwarming story of a young mischievous boy who comes to terms with himself and submits to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. The events that follow him typify a life lived to the glory of God. With heartaches, trials, temptations, and victory, Tip Lewis is led ever forward in the light of his Lamp, ever changing the lives of those who know him.
A definitive look at biblical salvation. The ways of God are infinitely wise, yet man willingly confuses and makes ambiguous plain teachings of scripture to suit his own destructive predilections. This is nowhere more evident than in the doctrine of salvation. In this book, God's ways are proven to align with common sense. The subject is explained simply, understandably, and sensibly through elucidation of God's word.