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Many Christians still love to read the classic sermons and devotionals of the great 19th-century English preacher Charles H. Spurgeon. But there were many other Christian writers of the same era who also penned inspired devotionals.

Faith of Our Fathers will enrich and strengthen your spiritual life and walk with the Lord as you enjoy readings from: J. R. Miller, Jonathan Edwards, J. C. Ryle, Charles Spurgeon, James Smith, Alexander Smellie, Anne Dutton, Jeremiah Burroughs, R. W. Dale, Thomas Sherman, Don Fortner, John MacDuff, Thomas Watson, William Gurnall, Frank Hall, Edward Payson, John Colwell, Thomas Dick, William Dyer, Octavius Winslow, Thomas Brooks, Arthur Pink, and James Meikle.

This collection of timeless treasures contains 100 classic devotionals from 23 inspired writers read for a modern audience by the unique and emotive voice of British narrator Christopher Glyn.

Public Domain (P)2014 Made for Success, Inc.

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  • patfitz
  • 05-07-17

Spirituality uplifting

The old saints have a veneration for God and Jesus Christ that is uncommon today. I love their devotion and piety.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-04-21

perspective

It is quite fascinating to hear the perspective of several teachers of christianity from earlier times and to see how valid their words are today.

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  • AmazonCustomer
  • 18-04-21

Good Selections

The authors & selections were great, but the narrator & the same music between every single entry was repetitive & not necessary. The best thing about this book, though, is the CONTENT once you look past the lackluster "production" value. The whole point of this book is GOD, not music or a voice you don't respond to. I LOVE the fact that someone even took the time to compile these great writings, though, because our sermons today are watered down and so subpar that we don't even learn anything from church anymore. This book encourages us to go back to the roots, internalize the scriptures & really use our brains to absorb and think about what they mean.

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  • L. Greene
  • 03-03-21

Many this to ponder!

This consists of 100 articles by several saints/scholars of the past who bring out some truly hidden gems!

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  • Jess
  • 26-10-20

brilliant

This is an amazing devotional stylebook. Probably the best one I've ever read. I love the nod to all the reformed theologians I know stand on their shoulders.

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  • boots1893
  • 13-09-20

Wonderful Truths for Meditation

I put this on while falling asleep and every time I woke up throughout the night I caught something wonderful from the Faith of Our Fathers. The separate readings are the perfect length for a daily devotional to coincide with Bible Study and prayer.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-07-19

Start my day with this

Great reader of the numerous authors in this. Very professional. The content superb. Always appreciate the old authors

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  • Jessica
  • 13-04-17

Doesn't work as an audiobook, but good content

The content of this audiobook is good, and taken individually there is a lot of useful food for thought in each of the individual sections, but I must admit I really struggled to get through this. I think I would have got a lot more from it in printed book format - because each section was only five(ish) minutes long, if I was distracted for a minute I'd missed a significant amount of the section.