Early Classic Series - originally published in 1871.
Two early classic stories in one book. The first story shows the power of small but beautiful things. Follow the snowdrops as they leave the forest at dawn to spread love and cheer to people in need. In the second story, a young girl turns from self-centeredness to live by the “law of the violet.” Journey with Violet as she learns the principle “do as much good as possible . . . in the little space appointed to you.”
Sixteen a cappella songs from Keepers of the Flame songbook are recorded on this CD. Songs composed by John Paul Raber and sung by Grace Haven singers.
1. Oh, Sing unto the Lord
2. A Living Faith
3. Captives in a Foreign Land
4. Keepers of the Flame
5. Remove Not the Landmarks
6. A Better Man
7. A New Song
8. By the Grace of God
9. I Was a Stranger
10. The Melody of the Heart
11. Easter's Garden
13. Wedding Prayer
14. Lord, Lead Us On
15. Until He Calls Us
16. The City of Rest
A shattering health diagnosis replaces one family’s dreams with haunting questions. As Donny and Nicole progress on the journey toward surrender and acceptance of God’s plan, they discover Him in ways they could not have imagined before. This is a heartrending story, yet it also shows the hope that is possible only through God.
Early Classic Series - originally published in 1895.
Through an orphan friend’s love, words, and example, Elfie learns about a loving Father in heaven and is saved from her lonely, wretched existence on the streets of London.
Early Classic Series - originally published in 1873.
When the Reformation sweeps across Germany, a woodcutter and his grandchildren hear the story of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and realize that salvation does not come through performing penances and confessing to the priests. They believe the Gospel and seek to follow God’s Word. Though opposed by a contentious neighbor, the woodcutter finds an opportunity to return good for evil.
Do we find ourselves so well-trained in the doctrine of assurance that our theology resembles unconditional eternal security? The Bible teaches that the genuine Christian has the assurance of salvation. But the promise of assurance is conditional. To live in assurance means to walk in obedience to Christ and in the liberty from sin and condemnation that He provides. Only as we use our Christian liberty responsibly can we be assured of continued relationship with Christ.
This booklet is a revised and edited transcript of a message preached by Ronald Border.