Living Holiness (engelstalig)
Dr. Helen Roseveare
Willing to be the legs of a galloping horse
Drawing from her years of experience as a doctor in the Congo, Living Holiness vividly illustrates Dr. Roseveare's own personal journey towards the holiness of God.
With deep humility, this amazing woman of God shares with the reader her faltering steps in the process of learning what it means to be holy as God is holy.
"To be asked to review books by Helen Roseveare is to ask a pigmy to comment on the qualities of a giant. I cannot do better than to quote George Verwer's comments on these books 'perhaps you don't read many books but I would urge you to read this one - and then to share what you've learned with others. They are a huge challenge to indifference and luke-warmness of our day'. Drawing on her long experience as a Christian, the author challenges us to deeper faith and more sacrificial service, a call that is encouraging to read and hard to answer...If you strive more consciously to grow in your Christian life these books will inspire you." Jen Watkins, Evangelicals Now
Helen Roseveare (1925-2016) went to the Congo as a missionary between 1953 and 1973. A pioneer of vital medical work in the rainforests of this region, she had a major impact long after she left. Through many trials, she lived out her life striving to serve her Lord with every day - and encouraging those around her to do the same.
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