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Seeing the Invisible: Ordinary People of…
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Seeing the Invisible: Ordinary People of Extraordinary Faith

by Faith Cook

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First appearing as articles in Evangelical Times, Seeing the Invisible tells the stories of ten ordinary Christians who exercised extraordinary faith in their God. None of these individuals is a famous name in Christian history, but their faith in, and devotion to, Christ encourages and inspires us to exercise similar faith in the same powerful God who enabled them to 'endure as seeing him who is invisible'.The orginal articles have been expanded to include more background material and further details from the lives of these believers.… (more)

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