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Eric Henry Liddell was a Scottish athlete, rugby union international player, and missionary. He is perhaps most well known as the subject of the Oscar-winning 1981 film Chariots of Fire, which depicted his experiences training and racing in the Olympics and the religious convictions that influenced him. In his book about spiritual disciplines, he outlines his own pattern for living, which has as its foundation a daily Bible-reading plan.

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Life changing devotion

This book is constantly working on my heart as I surrender to God. Such powerful and challenging messages from the mind and heart of a hero for God. Eric Liddell. Truly a blessing.

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never going to put this done.

this audio book is constantly refreshing, constantly uplifting and constantly provides good reminders for any believer. it's one I'm probably never going to stop listening to and it's done with beautiful authentic Scottish style!

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GOD WORD (reminded)

If you know GOD Word so what . This well have a big in pack over again. I have listen over and over . Knowing GOD well and follow his well and not our well . note our well has nothing to do with GOD .