Pastor Johann Christoph Blumhardt is a unique character in history. Best known for his conquests in spiritual warfare, this biography gives a good look into his life, past the driving out of demons and into the aspects of divine healing and more especially, intercessory prayer.
John and Amelia Foster have let life get in the way of their five-year marriage. Careers, temptations and betrayal threaten to tear them apart, but instead of giving in, they decide to pick up the pieces together and go on a journey of discovery to find their way back to each other. Desire and passion battle jealousy and insecurity. Will they find…
The author of this biography, R. Kelso Carter (1849-1928), wrote several books and hymns during his lifetime.
This edition features an Active Table of Contents.
Extract from the Introduction to the "Life of Blumhardt," by Rev. W. Guest.
CHAPTER I: Early Life
CHAPTER II: At Mottlingen
CHAPTER III: The Great Revival
CHAPTER IV: Bodily Healing
CHAPTER V: Bad Boll.
CHAPTER VI: A Visit To Bad Boll.
CHAPTER VII: The Wonderful Works Of God.
CHAPTER VIII: Remarkable Personal Experiences.
CHAPTER IX: Characteristics, And Views On Sickness.
CHAPTER X: Closing Hours.