The Way by E. Stanley Jones

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The chronology has some holes in it, though: John is 26 in 1987, but a flashback to 1962 has his then-age as 8, giving him a birthdate of possibly 1954, which would make him 32 or 33 in 1987.
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The 365 fresh and relevant daily devotions in
The Way confirm why it was a million-copy
best seller when published in 1946. E. Stanley
Jones, one of the greatest Christian leaders and statesmen
of his day, was truly a man ahead of his time.
The way to live, according to Jones, is stamped within us.
It is not merely written in books, it is written into our very
make-up. It is not only written in texts of scriptures but in
the texture of our beings. Each daily entry builds on the
one before and describes the two roads we all can travel.
The way God intended us to live does not deprive us of
enjoyment—it gives us the satisfaction of being all we were
created to be.
The Way is the one book E. Stanley Jones said he would
choose to pass on to future generations. Updated for the
twenty-first century by noted editor Dean Merrill, this
dynamic daily
 

About E. Stanley Jones

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E. STANLEY JONES (1884-1973) was a man ahead of his time. In 1938, TIME magazine called him the world s greatest missionary. He is reported to have preached some 60,000 times, perhaps a world record. Listeners came to Christ on nearly every occasion. He advised U.S. presidents as well as Indian leaders and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Jones wrote twenty eight books, including ten full-year devotionals, some of which became million-copy best sellers. Dean Merrill, former publishing executive with Focus on the Family and International Bible Society, is author or coauthor of 31 books, including The God Who Won't Let Go and Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Church. He and his wife live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
 
Published July 1, 2011 by SUMMERSIDE PRESS. 192 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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The chronology has some holes in it, though: John is 26 in 1987, but a flashback to 1962 has his then-age as 8, giving him a birthdate of possibly 1954, which would make him 32 or 33 in 1987.

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