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The Way of the Cross
by J. Gregory Mantle.



The Way of the Cross (also known as Beyond Humiliation) is J. Gregory Mantle's classic work on the experimental working of the Cross in the believer's life. This first Kingsley Press edition is complete and unabridged—based on the First Edition of 1896.


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Broken Bread
by John Wright Follette
John Wright Follette, a gifted Bible teacher and a dedicated Christian, took three vows—that of chastity, poverty, and obedience. This collection of twenty sermons together with a number of his unique poems reveal how God honored his faithful servant by endowing him with an unusual perception of spiritual realities. Some of the chapter titles are: “Trouble is a Servant,” “Waiting upon God,” “The Purpose of Adam’s Test,” “Deep Calleth Unto Deep,” “Emptied from Vessel to Vessel,” “Christian Character–a Qualification.” 216 pages

Eyes Opened
by Emile Kremer
The origin, nature, and consequences of superstition, divination, and occultism are examined Scripturally. Exposes Satan's subtlety and as well as Christ's power to deliver. 115 pages

Elisha
by Robert Cox
This book is a series of meditations on the life of Elisha. It is, in essence, a devotional commentary and brings the reader fresh insight into the life of this remarkable prophet. The Spirit’s illumination breathes through each page. We are confident that this book will be a rich blessing as it is the fruit of much meditation and reliance on the Word. 228 pages

Heart Breathings in Poetry and Prose
by Leonard Ravenhill
This book contains the poetry and sentence sermons of the late Leonard Ravenhill, whose books have been a challenge and inspiration to many. “Read these poems with the heart,” says his son Paul in the foreword, “and the mind will follow on behind.” 112 pages

The Land and Life of Rest
by W. Graham Scroggie
This is an unabridged reprint of a series of Keswick Bible Readings on the book of Joshua—the best we have found on the subject. Dr. Scroggie shows that the possession of Canaan by the Israelites is an Old Testament picture of the “life more abundant” presented in the New Testament. 84 pages

Letters of John Fletcher
Selected and Edited by Edward Cook
This volume of letters is a treasury of devotional writing, full of spiritual instruction and godly counsel from one who was generally acknowledged by his contemporaries to be unequalled for piety, humility, and Christlikeness of spirit. As far as we know, most of these letters have not been in print since 1802. 192 pages

Love Revealed
by George Bowen
A most unusual verse-by-verse meditation on the blessed words and actions of Jesus the night before His crucifixion as related in St. John’s Gospel, chapters 13-17. Few Christian bookshelves today contain a copy of this rare volume. This is your opportunity to obtain a treasure. 263 pages

Missing the Way
by Patricia St John
It was several “small,” respectable sins—subtle manifestations of unbelief—that kept the children of Israel out of the promised land. Those same easily hidden sins will also keep us out of the spiritual rest that is God’s provision for all His believing children. What is the remedy? Find out by reading this booklet by the author of Treasures of the Snow and other well-loved children’s books. 42 pages

Moods of the Spirit
by various authors
This stirring booklet contains four sections, all on the Holy Spirit. The first, by John L. Brasher, shows how the Holy Spirit manifests Himself in the Christian in different moods. Other sections are by J. B. Finley, David L. Fenwick, and E. M. Bounds. 40 pages

Pressed Juice
by John Wright Follette
A series of articles taken from various periodicals. "I can give as my personal testimony," said Mr. Follette, "that these deeper revelations of truth and clear understanding of the things of God, have come only through suffering." His life endorsed to the fullest what he spoke or wrote. 144 pages

War on the Saints
by Jessie Penn-Lewis and Evan Roberts
This is the unabridged version of a rather unique exposition on spiritual warfare. It was written in 1912 in the aftermath of the Welsh Revival, and could be accurately described as a manual on the methods and tactics of demon spirits. The publishers’ foreword says: “This book is certainly not an easy ten-step method of how to deal with the devil. It is rather a text book which should be read carefully and prayerfully by those who desire to be set free themselves from every deception and work of darkness and by those who yearn to see the liberation of fellow believers in bondage and deception.” 325 pages (Published by Thomas E. Lowe, Ltd.)

Blumhardt’s Battle
Translated by Frank S. Boshold
If you don’t believe in demons you should read this book! It is an English translation of an official report, carefully prepared, to the Lutheran Synod by a pastor who battled relentlessly for two years to see two young women freed from the power of demons. Once the long-awaited victory came through the overcoming power of Jesus Christ, a widespread spiritual awakening broke out in the town and its environs. 62 pages (Published by Thomas E. Lowe, Ltd.)