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Progreso Del Peregrino – (Spanish)$9.99Add to cart
“Cristiano” es un hombre que hace un viaje aventurero por terreno agreste, recorriendo colinas baadas por el sol y oscuros valles. Su caminata es una intrigante alegoria para la actualidad, mezclada con la caballeresca aventura del ayer, a medida que el peregrinaje nos lleva desde la Ciudad de Destruccion hasta la Ciudad Celestial cuyo constructor y hacedor es Dios. Aclamada como una las mas grandes obras maestras de la literatura del mundo, la hermosa alegoria de John Bunyan cautiva la atencion del lector a la vez que proporciona perspectiva sobre la vida cristiana.
“Christian” is a man on an adventurous journey across rough terrain, over sunlit hills, and through dark valleys. His trek is an intriguing allegory for today–mixed with the chivalric adventure of yesterday–as the pilgrimage takes us from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City whose builder and maker is God. Acclaimed as “one of the greatest literary masterpieces in the world,” John Bunyan’s beloved allegory captivates the reader’s attention while providing insight into the Christian life.
Pilgrims Progress : From This World To That Which Is To Come$29.99Add to cart
Regarded as one of the most significant works of English literature, John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress has encouraged, challenged, and fascinated Christians and non-Christians, young and old, for more than three centuries. Retaining the dignity and beauty of Bunyan’s original language, editor C. J. Lovik has updated key words and phrases, making the book more accessible to modern readers. Brought to life with 30 all-new, full-page, color illustrations by award-winning illustrator Mike Wimmer, this edition will help readers understand the joys and struggles of the life of faith on earth through the journey of Christian as he encounters Evangelist, Ignorance, Mr. Worldly Wisdom, and others on his way to the Celestial City.
Pilgrims Progress In Modern Language Illustrated$16.99Add to cart
Acclaimed as “one of the greatest literary masterpieces in the world,” John Bunyan’s beloved allegory captivates the reader’s attention while providing insight into the Christian life. Join Bunyan in this illustrated edition in modern language as he tells the story of “Christian,” a man on an adventurous journey across rough terrain, over sunlit hills, and through dark valleys. His trek is an intriguing allegory for today–mixed with the chivalric adventure of yesterday–as the pilgrimage takes us from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City whose builder and maker is God.
Book Of Mysteries$17.99Add to cart
Jonathan Cahn, who caused a national and international stir with the New York Times best seller The Harbinger and then The Mystery of the Shemitah, now brings us a treasure chest, which contains some of the greatest mysteries of all time. The reader will discover life-transforming secrets, mind-blowing realities, and heart-changing revelations in such mysteries as The Face in the Waters, The Leper King, The Land of Gezarah, The Secret of the Third Prince, The House of Spirits, The Mystery of the Rains, How to Alter Your Past, The Second Scroll, The Similitude, The Mystery of the Eighth Day, and much more. The Book of Mysteries takes the readers on a journey of divine revelation through ancient scriptures, the laws of creation, the deep of God’s Word, the hidden streams of history, the most important keys of spiritual truth, end-time mysteries, and the secrets of life.
The Book of Mysteries opens up with a traveler and his encounter with a man known only as “the teacher.” The teacher takes him on an odyssey through desert mountains, valleys, gardens and plains, encounters with nomadic tent dwellers, caverns and ancient ruins, chambers of scrolls and vessels, and more. The reader is taken along to partake in the journey and in all the teachings and revelations. The traveler keeps a journal, in which he writes down each of the mysteries given to him by the teacher in his one-year odyssey–365 different mysteries–one for each day of the year. Thus, on top of everything else, The Book of Mysteries is also a daily devotional unlike any other. And each mystery contains a special mission for each day of the year, a mission that takes the revelation and applies it to reality for a life-changing journey.
Pilgrims Progress Illustrated Edition$16.99Add to cart
Acclaimed as “one of the greatest literary masterpieces in the world,” John Bunyan’s beloved allegory captivates the reader’s attention while providing insight into the Christian life. Join Bunyan in this illustrated edition as he tells the story of “Christian,” a man on an adventurous journey across rough terrain, over sunlit hills, and through dark valleys. His trek is an intriguing allegory for today–mixed with the chivalric adventure of yesterday–as the pilgrimage takes us from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City whose builder and maker is God.
Innoncence Of Father Brown$14.99Add to cart
“He thought his detective brain as good as the criminal’s, which was true. But he fully realized the disadvantage. ‘The criminal is the creative artist; the detective only the critic,’ he said with a sour smile, and lifted his coffee cup to his lips slowly, and put it down very quickly. He had put salt in it.” -G. K. Chesterton, The Innocence of Father Brown, “The Blue Cross”
In 1911, G. K. Chesterton published this first collection of twelve short stories featuring Father Brown, a priest-turned-detective who combines philosophical and spiritual reasoning with scientific observation to solve crimes. In doing so, Chesterton laid the foundation for future fictional detectives, such as Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, Ellery Queen, and Nero Wolfe.
Unlike other writers of his time, who concocted outlandish crimes and intricate puzzles for the protagonist to solve, Chesterton pioneered the cozy mystery, narrowing the scope of the investigation to limited time, limited space, and a limited number of suspects, with all the clues revealed to the reader as well as to the detective.
Chesterton is highly regarded as a biting social commentator, and his humorous and insightful comparisons leave readers reeling. These tales are short, easy reads with strong plots, all connected by the clever detective with an above-average understanding of human nature.
Man Who Was Thursday$14.99Add to cart
Part detective story, part surreal thriller, and part social commentary, The Man Who Was Thursday is a masterpiece of literary fiction by the brilliant G. K. Chesterton. The story centers around seven anarchists in turn-of-the-century London who call themselves by the days of the week. Fearing an impending act of terrorism, Gabriel Syme is sent by Scotland Yard to infiltrate their ranks by becoming “Thursday.” Elected undercover into the Central European Council of anarchists, Syme must avoid discovery and save the world from future bombings.
Beyond the excitement of an elephant chase, duels, elaborate disguises, and a hot-air balloon pursuit through the streets of London, Chesterton is most interested in the battle of ideas. Indeed, his real agenda is to expose the moral relativism and parlor nihilism for the devils he believed them to be in the world of his day. Chesterton’s classic novella tackles anarchy, social order, God, peace, war, religion, and human nature, somehow managing to combine them all into a delightful tale full of biting social commentary that is still relevant today.
Man Who Knew Too Much$14.99Add to cart
From the creator of the Father Brown mysteries come eight short stories that trace the activities of Horne Fisher, “the man who knew too much,” and his trusted friend, political journalist Harold March. Horne is a socialite who uses his keen mind and powerful gifts of deduction to investigate crimes committed on the sprawling country estates of the aristocracy. Much loved for their wit and sense of wonder, these stories offer a fascinating portrait of upper-crust society in pre-World War I England.
Highly regarded as a biting social commentator, Chesterton fully displays his humorous and insightful comparisons through his colorful and poetic prose.
Journey To Hell$16.99Add to cart
Millions have read The Pilgrim’s Progress and received inspiration for their Christian walk. Now, you can follow another man-Mr. Badman-on his life journey, which leads him ultimately to hell. In this allegory, the wickedness, depravity, and carnality in the life and death of Mr. Badman are contrasted with biblical standards of living and the path that leads to heaven. The wisdom of Mr. Wiseman will strike you as he explains a godly life in all situations-including home, business, and
relationships. With this book, John Bunyan provides instructions for the Christian life. He will show you…
* How to experience joy in difficult circumstances.
* How to avoid the dire consequences of living a sinful life.
* How to teach your children Christian values.
* How to succeed in business.
* How to be spared from God’s judgment.
* How to avoid bad marriages.
* How to please God.
Screwtape Letters$17.99Add to cart
Wormwood, a demon apprentice, must secure the damnation of a young man who’s just become a Christian. He seeks the advice of an experienced devil, his uncle Screwtape. Their correspondence offers invaluable—and often humorous—insights on temptation, pride, and the ultimate victory of faith over evil forces. Paperback with French flaps and deckled page edges.
Hinds Feet On High Places$17.99Add to cart
Now your 5- to 10-year-olds can enjoy Hurnard’s devotional classic! Your kids will travel with Much Afraid and the Chief Shepherd to the High Places, where “perfect love casts out fear.” End-of-chapter quiet-time thoughts, Scripture readings, and prayers teach your kids how to follow the Good Shepherd.