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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.


The "They Knew Their God" Series

Book One
by E. F. & L. Harvey & E. Hey
Stimulating Christian biography. Contains eighteen sketches of men and women whose close relationship with God made them outstanding. Their examples urge us to tread the same sacred road. A few of those included are: John Tauler, R. C. Chapman, Elizabeth Baxter, Lilias Trotter, and S. L. Brengle. 154 pages

Book Two
by E. F. & L. Harvey & E. Hey
A further seventeen sketches of godly men and women who died out to themselves and found God to be everything in their nothingness. Some of those included are: G. D. Watson, Gerhard Tersteegen, Pastor Hsi, Jessie Penn-Lewis, Phoebe Palmer, and G. H. Lang. 163 pages

Book Three
by E. F. & L. Harvey
Contains a unique sketch of Mrs. Oswald Chambers as well as one of her more famous husband. Also included are John G. Govan, George Railton, Evan Hopkins, Samuel Pearce, and others. 135 pages

Book Four
by E. F. & L. Harvey
Enjoy reading the lives of Matthew Henry (the commentator) and his godly father, Frank and Emily Crossley, Freeborn Garrettson, John Hunt, and other saintly men and women. 150 pages

Book Five
by Lillian G. Harvey
Meet another 12 choice souls who knew their God. Some are more widely known than others but all walked with God and were passionately devoted to Christ. The life stories of Joseph Alleine, George Matheson, Jonathan Goforth, Mary Fletcher, Kate Lee, Miguel Molinos, and others are waiting to be discovered in this fascinating and deeply stirring book. 204 pages

Book Six
by Lillian G. Harvey
Lillian’s most recent collection includes life sketches of Chrysostom, John Brown, Charles Simeon, Henry Martyn, Helen Ewan, Edward Payson, James Turner, Thomas Waring, Anthony Norris Groves, Mary Bethia Groves, William Wilberforce, John Pierpont, Johann Christoph Blumhardt, and E. M. Bounds. 195 pages