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September 5th, 2010

E-book : The Kneeling Christian

The Kneeling Christian

Download : The Kneeling Christian E-book

Click the link above to download “The Kneeling Christian” (150 KB) eBook by an Unknown Christian

About Kneeling Christian eBook :-

The most influential book on Prayer I’ve ever read. The chapters are :

Chapter 5: WHAT IS PRAYER?
Chapter 6: HOW SHALL I PRAY?
Chapter 7: MUST I AGONIZE?
Chapter 12: WHO MAY PRAY?

Kneeling Christian Review:

This small book is big on the theology of prayer. But it isn’t written in a text book manner. Instead, this “unknown Christian” simply goes to the Scripture and points out to the reader how important prayer is to the life of a believer. The first chapter alone gets your attention. In it the author states that a person’s greatest regret, once in heaven, will be to look back and wonder why he or she didn’t pray more. When a person realizes how much can be gained by praying, it should astound us that we don’t do it more.

This is one of the few books I own that is such a classic that I read it every year. It never grows old, because its message is truly timeless. I highly recommend it to new and older Christians of every persuasion!

This book examines the concept of prayerlessness in the Christian community of its day – and in looking at the promises of God in the Gospel of John, the author reaches some conclusions on why Christians don’t pray and why, many times, it appears that God does not answer. The book is not for the faint at heart – this anonymous Christian writer, most likely an Anglican clergyman named Albert Richardson, is very, very serious about the issue of prayer. His closing comment in the book is this:

Prayer is our highest privilege, our gravest responsibility, and the greatest power God has put in our hands. Prayer, real prayer, is the noblest, the sublimest, the most stupendous act that any creature of God can perform.

And with this sentiment, the author points out that the problem with prayer isn’t God – it’s man! Prayerlessness stems not from God’s inaction or inability, but rather from man’s apathy, lack of discipline or even sin that hinders his prayers. The author also introduces the reader to some wonderful men and women of the faith who were prayer warriors – and this is done in an encouraging way that challenges all Christians to take this spiritual discipline more seriously.

Overall The Kneeling Christian is a very good read – it would make a great gift to a Christian friend wanting to deepen their prayer life and walk with the Lord – but read it first yourself!

July 16th, 2010

Master, Servant, Slave and Friend

Crucifix Jesus hands Nailed

New E-book released – – – Master, Servant, Slave and Friend by George Abeyewickreme.

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We are all creatures of God and as human beings we are the most privileged since He has made us in his own image and likeness and  given us the gift of being his own adopted children. We depend on him for every move we make. We can however rebel against God since he has given us also the gift of free will though we sincerely feel at times that we would prefer not to have that free will and would be a servant and even a slave of God.

This is the topic of Mr. George Abeyewickreme’s  latest volume of spiritual thoughts. In his case the Holy Spirit of God does not allow him to be free but urges him to keep on writing and spreading God’s loving mysteries among his circle of friends. The author prefers to be a servant, a slave of the Holy Spirit of God but the motive is love. That makes the difference.

“Master, Servant, Slave and Friend” is the title of his book.  Chapter by chapter he explores the state of man on earth as  he struggles with all the different possibilities placed before him to be the master, the servant, the slave or friend. Our seeking for happiness and meaning in life drives us to experiment with all possibilities.

The enemy within distracts us from our divine origins and attracts us towards false happiness. Jesus comes to our aid as the human model to make us reach our final destiny. He the master of the universe becomes the slave of his Father and by revealing the eternal truths to us make us his friends and invites us to become his brothers and sisters through love.

The final chapter is about Mary the handmaid of the Lord who simply said “let it be done to me according to thy word” and who advised us “to do whatever he tells you to do”.

I join the author in his prayer to Jesus crucified where he reflects that everything here passes away and the only value that remains is love and therefore invites his fellow beings to return to the heavenly Father who is love in essence. Download, read the eBook and share it with all your friends. God Bless You All.

June 11th, 2010

E-book : Thoughts on Spirituality

Thoughts on Spirituality

Download : Thoughts on Spirituality

Click the link above to download “Thoughts on Spirituality” (1.58 MB) eBook by Anne

About the eBook :-

Synopsis : This Volume ‘Thoughts on Spirituality’ describes Anne’s early journey as she discovers God’s special work for her. Most of us will follow a similar path as we gradually turn from worldly pursuits to heavenly ones
Jesus is inviting everyone to be a part of a great mission of mercy He has begun.  He tells each of us that we are needed to help with His plan to save souls.  “I need many of you now to turn to Me with abandonment.  Will you say ‘yes’ to your Jesus?”
Jesus said: “I did not come to you because you were worthy. I won’t leave you because you are not. I am with you. I am teaching you. And you are learning. Be joyful. I will never leave you. Be on My side, the side of peace.”
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