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The Man Who Couldn't Be Killed
Accused of being a counter-revolutionary because he talked about his friend Jesus, Mr. Wong was sentenced to twenty years in a hard-labor camp. An unforgettable true story of faith and miraculous deliverance in Communist China at the height of the Cultural Revolution. Mr. Wong's unflinching courage for the Savior and the miracles that saved his life will inspire you to believe in a God who is greater than any problem or circumstance.

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SERVANT or FRIENDS? Another Look at God SERVANT or FRIENDS? Another Look at God
Graham Maxwell
Pine Knoll Publications

What kind of relationship does God want with His disciples? Is He a dictating King Who expects robotic obedience? Or does He want to sit down with man like a Friend and come to an understanding? Does God consider man as His servants or as His friends? According to the author, the purpose of the book is to consider the far-reaching and, to some believers, highly desirable implications of God's clearly stated preference for something more than just submissive service--the freedom of understanding friendship. This book was proudly promoted in CHRISTIANITY TODAY.


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