Toward a Perfect Love
Regent College Publishing, 2001 M03 20 - 212 pages
Surprisingly warm and practical, this 600-year-old insight into daily work and devotion is from a man described as "one of those hidden figures, those quiet and secret friends of God who have never failed the church."
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LETTERS TO A LAYMAN
On the Mixed Life
COMING TO PERFECTION
The Progress of the Soul
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