The Great Journey (paperback)
I’m excited to be bringing you another jewel from the rich heritage of Christian books of by-gone centuries! In this beloved allegory, you’ll journey with Pilgrim as he winds through the Valley of Tears on his way to the City of Zion. Follow him through the Narrow-Way-Gate; and share in the richness of his spiritual experiences as he spends the night at the Royal Psalmist’s Palace, and as he passes through the Furnace of Affliction. Find edification in Pilgrim’s dialogues with characters like Backslider, Poverty, and Theophilus; and learn from the errors and experiences of the various patients of the King’s Hospital. Will Pilgrim’s armor remain bright as he traverses the difficult pathway? Can he keep from losing his way among the confusing streets of the City of Carnality? Will he enter the glorious gates of the Celestial City at last? See for yourself as you lose yourself among the pages of this freshly-edited treasure from the pen of nineteenth-century Scottish minister, John Ross MacDuff.
- Author: John Ross MacDuff (1818-1895)
- Foreword by: Dennis Gundersen
- Edited by: Christian Horstmann
- ISBN: 978-0-578-84985-0
- Page count: 116
- Publishing date: 2021
- Downloadable PDF e-book version and Amazon Kindle edition are also available.
Click below for a sample chapter from this book!
Scott LaPierre –
As our world becomes more liberal and unbiblical we should be encouraged by people and resources that hold to the conservative values of God’s Word. With that in mind, let me recommend to you The Great Journey as well as the editor, Christian Horstmann.
First, regarding the book if you enjoyed Pilgrim’s Progress or any Christian fiction that contains types of truths and people from the Bible, such as the Chronicles of Narnia, then you will enjoy this book. I am reading it with my family and it is providing wonderful discussion and application.
Second, when young people commit to following Christ and preserving his teaching in such important areas as the family, not only should we take notice, we should also strive to support them. I have been blessed by Christian’s desire to see the family reformed. I look forward to seeing what God continues to do with him in the future, and I would encourage you to follow his ministry as well: http://christianfamilyreformation.com/. His work has my highest recommendation.
Christian Horstmann –
Thank you for your kind words! I’m glad the book and website are a blessing to you.