C.H. Spurgeon C.H. Spurgeon (1834 - 1892)
The Bible
"When we read the Bible we should not be like butterflies, which flitt all over the garden and nothing comes out of their flitting. We should be like bees, who dive into the bells of the flowers, and come out full of honey for their hives."
 
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Life Sentence Go back to previous page
Colson, Charles W.
Book title
Book Details
Paperback: 306 pages
Subtitle: N/A
Publisher: Fleming H. Revell
Category: Autobiography
Edition: N/A
Publish Date: 1981
ISBN: 9780800750596
Dewey Decimal Classification: N/A
Reference No: C-00227
Synopsis
"This is the story of Charles Colson, a former presidential aide who when he was released from prison in 1975, pioneered a ministry to prison inmates and campaigned for prison reform. It is a narrative of danger, conflict and hard choices in which Colson's motives are queried and his faith scorned. Against official suspicion and hostility of some inmates he developed a controversial prison outreach on both sides of the Atlantic. The author also wrote "Born Again", "Loving God", "Who Speaks for God", "Kingdoms in Conflict". "Charles Colson has given us a significant new book on the meaning of Christian growth and maturity". Billy Graham "Life Sentence is challenging and prophetic,, a message of justice for the afflicted and compassion for the powerless". John Perkins, president, Voice of Calvary Ministires"