Living With the Giants


You will probably know Warren W. Wiersbe as an American pastor and Bible teacher who has written over 100 books. Like many of his others, Living With The Giants, is a classic that is worth reading again or for the first time.

If you have ever wanted to know more about “the lives of great men of the faith” all in one place, this would be the quintessential book.

It is a concentration of 33 stories of men from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries  that “provoke our admiration and fill our hearts with gratitude for the evidence of God’s faithfulness through the ages.”

This biographical study of men most Christians are familiar with like Dwight L. Moody, C. H. Spurgeon and A. W. Tozer also includes men that may not be recognized by young Christians such as F. W. Robertson and Joseph W. Kemp.

Christians in the twentieth century need encouragement and inspiration to lead lives that honor God. When faith is weak or the pressures of this world seem overwhelming, the stories of great men of the past who struggled in their spiritual lives and knew victory can offer hope to believers today.

It appears this book would be required reading for any of those who wish to be a leader in ministry today. It speaks of struggles, doubt, faithfulness and victories all at once. It guides and encourages even the most shy. It corrects and teaches those who are teachable.

Pick up this book in the Solid Rock Library and be ready to change your mind about how to successfully lead.



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