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BOOKS BY T. AUSTIN SPARKS T. Austin-Sparks...
(1888 - 1971) was a student of Jessie Penn-Lewis whose ministry was based in England. His writings emphasize the believers’ experience of the resurrection life of Christ.

BOOKS BY ROBERT GOVETT Robert Govett...
(1813 - 1901) was born in England and eventually became an Anglican priest, but resigned that position when his conscience could no longer accept infant baptism. He was the first to teach in a thorough way concerning the reward and discipline of the believers in the millennial kingdom and the partial rapture view.

BOOKS BY MADAME GUYON Madame Guyon...
(1648 - 1717) was one of the first to write extensively on the Christian's experience of the inner life. For centuries her writings have served to bring Christians, including many very prominent servants of the Lord, into a deeper relationship with Christ.

BOOKS BY WITNESS LEE Witness Lee...
(1905 - 1997) was the close co-worker of Watchman Nee for eighteen years in China. His writings stress Christ being life to the believers as the Spirit mingled with their spirit, which is for the building up of the Body of Christ in the local churches.

BOOKS BY F.B. MEYER F.B. Meyer...
(1847 - 1929) was a popular speaker at the Keswick Convention. He was also the first pastor to welcome D.L. Moody to England, and was very active in worldwide missions.

BOOKS BY ANDREW MURRAY Andrew Murray...
(1828 - 1917) was a Dutch Reformed minister in South Africa and a leader in the Keswick convention. He is most well-known today as the author of a number of devotionals on various aspects of the inner life, such as Abide in Christ and Absolute Surrender.

BOOKS BY WATCHMAN NEE Watchman Nee...
(1900 - 1972) was born into a Christian family in China. The Lord used him to raise up over 400 churches in China, but in 1952 he was imprisoned by the communists, and he remained in prison until his death twenty years later.

BOOKS BY D.M. PANTON D.M. Panton...
(1870 - 1955) succeeded Robert Govett as the pastor of Surrey Chapel in Norwich, England, and continued Govett’s line of teaching on the reward and discipline of the believers and the partial rapture. For the last thirty years of his life he published and edited The Dawn magazine.

BOOKS BY G.H. PEMBER G.H. Pember...
(1837 - 1910) apparently met with the Brethren, although his writings are not generally grouped with theirs. He was a great student of Bible prophecy, and was the first to systematically develop the view that there is a gap of time between the first and second verses of Genesis 1, which accounts for the age of the earth.

BOOKS BY JESSIE PENN-LEWIS Jessie Penn-Lewis...
(1861 - 1927) was born in South Wales and consecrated to the Lord by her parents. She traveled widely giving conferences and was a frequent speaker at the Keswick Convention. Her works stress the believer’s need of the experience of the cross. Her most well-known student was T. A. Sparks.

BOOKS BY JAMES REETZKE James Reetzke...
is a brother who currently serves in the church in Chicago. His published writings deal with church history, both contemporary and more ancient, and include a number of short biographies of key figures in the Lord’s work throughout the ages.

BOOKS BY A.B. SIMPSON A.B. Simpson...
(1843 - 1919) was born in Canada but served as a Presbyterian pastor at a number of congregations in America. In 1881 he left that denomination to begin a new work, which eventually became the Christian and Missionary Alliance. His writings stress that Christ is everything to the believers.

BOOKS BY CHARLES SPURGEON Charles Spurgeon...
(1834 - 1892) was born in England. After being saved he felt that he needed to be baptized and joined the Baptist denomination. He became the most famous preacher of his time, preaching to 6,000 people each week at his chapel in London, England. By some accounts he is still the most widely quoted preacher today.

TOR-LordsReturn-CM-80.jpg (15007 bytes) R.A. Torrey...
(1856 - 1928) had a long association with D.L. Moody, including as the first superintendent of the Moody Bible Institute. He was also pastor of the Church of the Open Door in California.

BOOKS BY A.W. TOZER A.W. Tozer...
(1897 - 1963) received very little formal education but read widely, especially among Christians who stressed the inner life. He eventually entered the pastorate of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He became famous among evangelicals with the publication of The Pursuit of God, and was regarded by many as a prophetic voice in the 20th century decrying the decline of the church.

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