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The Valour of Faith; or, The Gospel in the Life of Gideon
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The Valour of Faith; or, The Gospel in the Life of Gideon

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Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt 1859

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Overview

George Albert’s The Valour of Faith; or, The Gospel in the Life of Gideon is a biographical sketch on the life of Gideon. In this work, Rogers surveys the life and character of Gideon and illustrates how his life of faith is to be lived by the people of God in today’s world. He also shows how the Gospel was at work in the life of Gideon.

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Key Features

  • Focuses on the life and character of Gideon
  • Extrapolates the life of Gideon to compare to more modern times
  • Discusses Gideon’s relationship with God

Contents

  • Invisible Might
  • The Sign
  • Jehovah-Shalom
  • The Valorous Assault
  • Nature’s Laws
  • Pride Dethroned
  • The Trumpet’s Blast
  • The Victory Won

Product Details

  • Title: The Valour of Faith; or, The Gospel in the Life of Gideon
  • Author: George Albert Rogers
  • Publisher: Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt
  • Publication Date: 1859
  • Pages: 160

About George Albert Rogers

George Albert Rogers was professor at Trinity College in Cambridge. He was also incumbent of St. Luke’s Holloway. He is the author of Jacob’s Well and Footprints of Jesus.