Seeing the Invisible

Ordinary People of Extraordinary Faith

Faith Cook

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When John Bunyan asked Elizabeth to marry him he was inviting her to share not only his life but also his suÔ¨Äerings. Young Elizabeth would care for her new husband's four children, and take the family through the dark period of persecution when John Bunyan was imprisoned. The story of Elizabeth's strong faith and courage is recorded here, along the stories of nine other ordinary people of extraordinary faith. Among them a young child known to us only as Jane, a man who was willing to volunteer to be a slave for the sake of the gospel and a woman who served in Spurgeon's church with such faithfulness that he called her his 'best deacon.' It is no surprise that Derek Prime says, my hope and prayer are that God may graciously use the inspiration of these ten lives… As we take a good look at the example of godly men and women, may their faithfulness instruct and inspire us. 
Seeing the Invisible
Evangelical Press
Faith Cook