The Calvary Road

The Calvary Road

by Roy Hession

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Roy Hession was a British Evangelist and Christian writer.One of Hession's most famous works is The Calvary Road.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508023043
Publisher: Charles River Editors
Publication date: 03/22/2018
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 323,038
File size: 590 KB

Table of Contents

2Cups Running Over25
3The Way of Fellowship31
4The Highway of Holiness39
5The Dove and the Lamb49
6Revival in the Home57
7The Mote and the Beam65
8Are You Willing to Be a Servant?71
9The Power of the Blood of the Lamb77
10Protesting Our Innoncence?83
11Forty Years Later91

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Calvary Road 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book clearly and persuasively challenges those who are intent on submitting their lives to the Lordship of Jesus. It provides biblical references that assist in evaluating the degree to which a believer is at peace with the Lord's guidances. It will be read over and over again!
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great clamor has arisen recently, and it calls for great corporate revival. However, this book reminds you in an incisive manner of where true, constant and consistent revival needs to occur.
seoulful on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A very inspiring book on what must be in place for revival. From this book and from accounts of historic revivals, the answer is repentance and confession. According to Hession, the first thing that happens when we sin is to try and hide what we are thereby losing our fellowship with God. "The only real fellowship with God and man is to live out in the open with both," says Hession. Spurgeon defines this kind of openess as "the willingness to know and be known." Although revival is greatly needed in the church, Hession believes this openess must be first lived out in the home where it is the most difficult to accomplish. Hession suggests that we find one person with whom we can drop the mask and thereby experience relief of confession to God and man and restoration of fellowship with both. From there move out and include others in this circle of complete honesty. This is not an easy way to live, requiring much humiliation and brokenness, but will bring about a freedom of living far above where most of us are. It may also do away with the need for the psychiatrist and mind altering drugs.
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Very good, well written. Very helpful.
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