I Stand with Christ

Author: Zhang Rongliang
Publisher: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1629113387
Format: PDF, Mobi
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"My name is Zhang Rongliang, and I am an unashamed follower of Jesus Christ.…It is considered quite dangerous to reveal the contents of this book, but these are stories that need to be told for God’s glory and for the encouragement of the church.” So begins this extraordinary first-person account by the prominent leader of one of the largest underground churches in China. A former Communist Party member, Zhang took a stand for Christ and was targeted for prison, work camps, and torture, all the while helping to build a network of millions of faithful believers. Spanning the time of Mao’s regime to today, Zhang testifies of God’s supernatural movements, of the sacrifice of countless Christians who loved and served Christ—regardless of the cost—and of the exciting new vision among believers in China to reach not only the Chinese but the entire world with the gospel.

Do Greater Things

Author: Robby Dawkins
Publisher: Chosen Books
ISBN: 1493413767
Format: PDF
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How to Heal the Sick, Cast Out Demons, Raise the Dead--and More! The Bible says that if you belong to Jesus, you have the power to: · heal the sick · cast out demons · bring deliverance to those trapped in spiritual darkness · prophesy in his name · call forth creative miracles · receive supernatural words of wisdom and knowledge · even raise the dead So why do so many Christians live powerless lives? Why do they operate with so little faith? Having gone through his own journey from doubt to belief, Chicagoland pastor Robby Dawkins now ministers and speaks internationally, and where he goes, miracles happen. In these pages he shares incredible stories of God using ordinary people to do the impossible. And he shows that, when you begin to have faith in the power of God, take him at his Word, and understand his love for you, you will see his power released in healings, financial blessings, and miracles of all kinds.

Journey Against One Current

Author: Julia Duan
Publisher: William Carey Library
ISBN: 9780878082735
Format: PDF, Kindle
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At the age of 72, and after years of teaching, Julia Duan left China and returned to student life at Whitworth College, Spokane, Washington, and later at Moody Bible Institute. Her story was discovered by Linda Hunt, a writing professor at Whitworth, when she read Julia's description of her first night in the labor camp. Touched by this chapter in Julia's life, Linda sugggested she write her entire story. She prayed and ultimately agreed to let her life "be a spectacle to the world for God's glory." Since journals were not allowed in the labor camp, Julia set about writing her story from memory, first in English and then in Chinese.

China in the Family of Nations Routledge Revivals

Author: Henry T. Hodgkin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317417828
Format: PDF, ePub
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This title, first published in 1923, aimed to provide a brief survey of the historical setting necessary for an understanding of China’s relations with the West. The book explained and estimated the various forces that were working in China at the beginning of the twentieth century that were producing changes in the political, social, industrial and intellectual spheres. This book will be of interest to students of history and Asian Studies.

NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible eBook

Author: Emmanuel Foundation,
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0310080436
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible cuts through the confusion with clear answers for today’s most complicated and controversial issues. With timely articles, thoughtful book introductions, insightful quotations, and profiles on some of history’s most unapologetic defenders of the faith, this is a Bible that won’t leave you guessing. You’ll grow in confidence as you discover how to defend your faith and share it with others in a world increasingly at odds with the truth of God’s Word. The Bible doesn’t shy away from the tough topics, and neither should you. Features Include: Book Introductions: Provide key passages and background information for each book Articles: Over 220 articles placed near relevant Scripture passages bring keen biblical insight to the current issues of the day Quotations: Over 60 quotations from historical figures help you understand, first, that the issues of the day are not new; and second, that wise people throughout history have been challenged to live by biblical standards, just as we are today Unapologetic Profiles: Over 40 profiles of historical figures inspire you with biblical faith lived out in the face of seemingly impossible circumstances Indexes: Categorize each of the above features to assist you in a topical study of the issues that matter to you 8.9-point print size

Die Schmugglerin des Lichts

Author: Esther Chang
Publisher: Brunnen Verlag Gießen
ISBN: 3765575046
Format: PDF, Docs
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Nordkorea: das verschlossenste Land der Welt. Die brutale Verfolgung der Gegner des Regimes nimmt immer härtere Züge an. Christen gelten als Staatsfeinde Nr. 1. Und doch gibt es hier heute mindestens 70.000 Christen in Nordkorea. So schätzen Hilfsorganisationen. Das liegt auch an mutigen Christen wie Esther Chang. Die Tochter einer chinesischen Arztfamilie (geboren 1967) beherrscht beide Sprachen: Chinesisch und Koreanisch, da ihre Familie koreanischer Abstammung ist. Nachdem Esther jahrelang täglich ihr Leben riskierte, um nordkoreanische Flüchtlinge zu Hause in China zu verstecken, zu versorgen und ihnen von Jesus Christus zu erzählen, öffnet Gott Türen nach Nordkorea: Als Bevollmächtigte verschiedener chinesischer Firmen bewegt sich Esther legal im Land. Bei ihren Reisen verteilt sie Hilfsgüter und Geld. Vor allem begegnet sie vielen hoffnungslosen Menschen mit Liebe und Anteilnahme. Wenn es sein muss, kann sie vor Behördenvertretern sehr tough auftreten. Fassungslos erlebt sie, wie abgestumpft viele Nordkoreaner durch die Not sind. Wenn jemand auf der Straße vor Hunger stirbt, kümmert das häufig niemanden. Esther erlebt viele Bekehrungen und Gebetsheilungen. Durch sie entstehen 25 christliche Hausgemeinden. Dann werden Christen verhaftet. Unter Folter verraten sie etwas. Jetzt ist die Geheimpolizei Esther auf der Spur. Sie wird ebenfalls verhaftet und gefoltert. Durch eine Fügung Gottes kommt sie frei und kehrt nach Hause zurück. Dort nimmt sie die Arbeit unter Flüchtlingen sofort wieder auf. Bis zur Verhaftung 2007, diesmal in China. Fünf Wochen muss sie in einem der berüchtigten chinesischen Geheimgefängnisse Folter und Hunger ertragen. Heute lebt sie mit ihrer Familie im Ausland, da ihr Leben in China zu sehr gefährdet ist. Eine sehr spannende, authentische Geschichte.