In the Spiritual Canticle St. John of the Cross tries to explain the mystical process that follows the soul until it reaches its union with God. In order to get this, the poet uses an allegory: the search of the husband (Christ) by the wife (the human ... show more
There is the holy and most glorious God who invites us to come to him, to hold converse with him, to ask from him such things as we need, and to experience what a blessing there is in fellowship with him. He has created him we might find our highest gl... show more
On Cleaving to God is an enduring Christina Classic. Albertus Magnus better known as St. Albert the Great wrote it almost 800 years ago. In it he describes the love of god that wil help the faithful cleave to him. As pertinent today as when it was firs... show more
In 'Ever Increasing Faith', Smith Wigglesworth leads you to a greater understanding of what faith is and how one can nurture it. You will learn what can be accomplished using only faith. As a result you will have a stronger and closer relationship with... show more
Smith Wigglesworth was a British evangelist who was important in the early history of Pentecostalism. Some of his sermons were transcribed for Pentecostal magazines, and these were collected into two books: Ever Increasing Faith and Faith that Prevails.