This is a remarkable list, and has great links for further detail on each book listed. Awesome!
Here is a “List of the Lists” You’ll Find, with all the information:
Top Ten Christian Books of All Time
Top Ten Christian Books On Prayer
Top Ten Christian Prayer Biographies
Top Ten Christian Biographies
Top Ten “Basic Christian Teaching” Books
Top Ten “Classic” Christian Books
Top Ten Christian Histories
Top Ten “Celtic Christian” Books
Top Ten Works of Christian Fiction
Top Ten Christian Books We Read (or Listen to On Audio) Over and Over Again
Top Ten Christian Books The Prayer Foundation.
“It is a very unfortunate and unhelpful thing that we so often misunderstand this short, simple word.”
Are You a Saint?.
“… BibleStudyTools.com is the largest free online Bible website for verse search and in-depth studies …”
Bible Study Tools Online – Verses, Commentaries, Concordances, Verses, Parallel Versions.
“… Even an apostle must read.
Brethren, what is true of ministers is true of all our people. You need to read…”
Pastors: Fight for the Time to Read!.
Here is another great, free online resource … Just the biographies here are priceless … This is A Christian Online Services Library Project Offered by Northwestern Theological Seminary and Northwestern Christian University. A great Library:
Christian PDF Books.
…”His will is that the gospel be spread and all come to repentance and obey Him. Are we serving that will, or our own?”
… Great thoughts! … not so simple … How powerful to pray His will. It strikes me that, often, we pay for God’s will in our lives, but, when we pray for others, we leave that phrase out. We pray God’s will to be done in your life, your husband’s life, and in your ministry. May we all seek first to be obedient to what He wants, and always seek Him to find out what’s next. Don’t we so often seek His face, but not His will? Our Pastor always says that, so often, we are more interested in what’s in God’s hand than in His heart.
You Ask Wrongly.
A good Word. God always brings us out … so that we can go back in and help others.
Things I’ve Learned From Those Who Suffer.
One of the first questions people ask us is about why we moved to New Hampshire. Take a look at this list, from CNBC:
America’s Best States to Live in 2012 – CNBC.
This is one of our favorite quotes:
“I’d rather teach one man to pray than ten men to preach.”