John Bunyan: Journey of a Pilgrim (Trailblazers)
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But when he realizes that Jesus Christ is the only one who is good enough, the real excitement begins. There was no way he was going to settle for a boring life but over time the thirst for excitement was replaced with a longing for something more. John Bunyan, the tinker soldier, became one of the world's favourite Christian writers - with his books being read by men as diverse as Charles Spurgeon and Vincent van Gogh.. Bunyan the Pilgrim's journey takes him through the Civil War and into other conflicts. John knows he isn't good enough to get to heaven. That's what he had wanted as a young man. A prison cell awaits him but so do opportunities to share the good news of Jesus Christ. A friend takes him aside in the heat of battle and asks him if he has a faith - a real faith - a personal one. John Bunyan's life was an exciting one. And for the first time John Bunyan hears about the only way to get to heaven, which is through the Lord Jesus Christ and his sacrifice on the cross. He had left the security of his father's workshop to join the Parliamentary troops fight
"somewhat fictionalized biography of the great Puritan John Bunyan" according to Dennis Beery. Brian Cosby has produced a simple, somewhat fictionalized biography of the great Puritan John Bunyan. It provides a good overview of Bunyan's life and the style is ideal for younger readers. I read the Kindle version and one annoying down side was that a new paragraph often introduced a rather abrupt change of subject or unexpected jump forward in the narrative. I'm not sure if the print version provided some sort of ident. Great historical book Alice in We used this book to help us understand the life and era that John Bunyan lived through. It gives good details of his life in an easy to read story. Great for ages 9-16.. Jerry W. Shirley said john bunyan amazon. Never knew the struggle this man went through for his beliefs. America needs to take note of this in lite of our presidents recent decisions.
Brian H. Cosby is Pastor of Wayside Presbyterian Church (PCA) on Signal Mountain, Tennessee, and is the author of several books including Rebels Rescued: A Student's Guide to Reformed Theology.
Cosby is Pastor of Wayside Presbyterian Church (PCA) on Signal Mountain, Tennessee, and is the author of several books including Rebels Rescued: A Student's Guide to Reformed Theology. . About the Author Brian H