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FAITH, where it comes from, where it leads to (Croire - quoi, comment... en qui?) 

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Believe! Isn't that the simplest thing in the world? Even children believe their parents more easily than they doubt, and the simple act of sitting down is an act of faith in the strength of the seat. How many say, "I'll believe when the time comes", convinced that it is always within their reach.

“Faith,” writes Charles Spurgeon, “is one of the most difficult subjects to write about. The soul trembles at its importance, so we fail to describe it as we would like. "

Personal experience and the testimony of history show that believing is one of the most difficult things for humans to do, especially when it comes to believing in God.

What is to believe?
Where does our strength come from?
Who to believe?
What to believe?
How to believe?

These questions, and many more, resonate in multitudes of hearts and remain unanswered. Isn't that the case with your own heart?

With a communicative energy, Charles Spurgeon tackles here one of the subjects which vibrated most in him.

Author

Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) - A famous Baptist minister in 19th century London, he preached the gospel to large crowds for nearly 40 years. He was the founder of numerous works in a wide range of fields. He is also the author of numerous books, including “La grace aux 1000 facettes”, “Gagner des âmes”, “Le libre arbitre est-il slave?”, As well as five collections of daily meditations available in French from the publisher. .

Table of contents

Preface
1. Where does faith look?
2. Why do people believe, and where does faith come from?
3. On what basis does the sinner dare to believe?
4. By what right does faith dare to believe in Christ?
5. What does faith result in?
6. When is the believer justified?
7. Do Trials Destroy Faith?
8. What Does Faith Include?
9. What Does Faith Exclude?
10. Why can't I believe?

Details

Original title : FAITH, where it comes from, where it leads to
Author : Charles Spurgeon
Publisher : Europresse
Publication : 2006
ISBN : 978-2-906287-55-6
Pages : 110
Dimensions : 5.43 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Weight : 144 g

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