Unspoken Sermons: Series One

Narrated by: Bill Fike
Length: 5 hrs and 7 mins
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Publisher's Summary

George MacDonald has been an influence to many great individuals, including CS Lewis. He was a true master of literature and his work lives on for all to read and hear. This book contains many of his sermons that should spark truth in your inward parts.

"Our God, we will trust thee. Shall we not find thee equal to our faith? One day, we shall laugh ourselves to scorn that we looked for so little from thee; for thy giving will not be limited by our hoping." (George MacDonald)

Public Domain (P)2017 GodSounds, Inc.

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What a beauty to be disclosed to me. I enjoyed a great deal. Also caused me to slow down to receive these gifts!

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There is profound truth in these messages.

MacDonald writes from a simple and clear understanding of the invitation that is the Gospel, to hear what God is saying to you, and to do it.

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These sermons deserve to remain umspoken.

i would discourage people from listening to this book. the sermons are at times wholly unrelated to the verses from the Bible.