“When Man Listens” Cecil Rose Was very Rare
A book of how to Listen to God.
In His preface Cecil Rose writes ?The chapters of this book are an attempt to set down briefly the simple elements of Christian living. I believe that there is nothing in them which cannot be found in the New Testament?. What Cecil Rose wrote was a model for living that went beyond the Christian faith. It became one of the sources of the 12 Step recovery program. Which has brought many people to God. It embodies universal principles that serves all of mankind. It is an excellent guide for ; People of the Christian faith People who are struggling with their 12 step program. People seeking to deepen their Spiritual/ religious connection People who are seeking to live a life of honor and integrity in a world in filled with the opposite It is my honor and pleasure to have Cecil Roses work reborn through this reprinting so that the masses can have access to his words and the principles he speaks of.
“Twice Born men” Harold Begbie.
A Famous English Author of the early 1900’s writes stories of downtrodden people who were saved by the works of the Salvation Army. A movement that started in England and has spread to 116 countries today
“The Genius of Fellowship/ conversion of the Church” Sam Shoemaker
The Man who started it all.
Sam Shoemaker a pioneer in both the Oxford group movement and AA. presents in his book "The conversion Of The Church" How the Church needs to operate like a fellowship and that in reality the Fellowship is the Church. Sam mentions in his Forward that the original church was often called the fellowship. AA is often referred to as the Fellowship. Sam devotes an entire Chapter to the genius of fellowship. There he emphasizes the Importance of fellowship in The Church. "When the Church is alive the desire for fellowship is alive. Sam gives his definition of real fellowship. "the core and genius of real fellowship as I see it, is the power to live and work with people upon the basis of absolute love and honesty"
“Children of the second Birth” Sam Shoemaker
The movement that helped Bill W to recover
An early Sam Shoemaker book originally published in the 1920s, Children of the Second Birth is filled with stories of men and women who had their lives changed by turning to God; stories of people who, under the guidance of Sam, utilized the Oxford Group principles and found miracles. These men and women came from the depths of desperation and despair to places of happiness and joy. The touching journeys that they went through gave others the hope that they too could have a new life filled with peace and serenity. People today can achieve the same results as the people mentioned in this book. All that is required is to follow what they did. May these true -life accounts help you or your loved ones find the Happiness of God.
“Life Changers 13th edition” Harold Begbie
Frank Buchman The man who started the oxford movement
Life Changers is comprised of century-old stories of men who had their lives changed so profoundly and so dramatically that the original book was reprinted 12 times. Now 100 years later, with its 13th printing, this precious classic is set to change the lives of many more men and women. The words in this book are as true today as they were then. Life Changers is also about a man, Frank Buchman, who was first and foremost a teacher. Buchman could change the lives of students and scholars in the course of a single conversation; changing those lives so profoundly and persuasively that the world was in disbelief. Buchman started a movement that reached the shores of America and lives today in the form of many 12-step programs. While the original movement was founded on Christianity, its principles and ideas moved beyond religion and Christianity into a more generic spiritual movement.
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