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61 Wilberforce, William WILLIAM WILBERFORCE--GREATEST WORKS (Classic)
BL 2007 Paperback; 190 Pgs. Includes CD NEW 
This book is a classic about the life and writings of William WIlberforce, who was largely responsible for emancipation of the slaves both in Great Britain and America It includes major excerpts of his works, including four significant chapters from his influential work, A PRATICAL VIEW OF THE PREVAILING RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF PROFESSED CHRISTIANS IN THE HIGHER AND MIDDLE CLASSES OF THIS COUNTRY CONTRASTED WITH REAL CHRISTIANITY, which has been revised and updated for the modern reader. 
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62 Wilder, Laura Ingalls (Hill, Pamela Smith, ed.) PIONEER GIRL
SDHS 2014; Hardback; 400 Pgs. NEW NEW 
"Pioneer Girl" is a first and a last; it is the publication of Laura Ingalls Wilder's initial attempt at writing her life story, and it is her last book-length manuscript to see print. This debut of this carefully researched and annotated edition is a literary event--fresh look at the pioneering experience, and a fine counterpoint to the classic LITTLE HOUSE series." 
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63 Wireman, C. L. KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN OUTLAW TRANSFORMED
WPC Spine Stapled NEW 
As you read these fascinating pages you will be moved again and again with mixed and mingled emotions all the way from laughter to tears. You will behold, both the depth and degredation of sin over against God's marvelous infinite transforming grace. The Apostle Paul in his letter to the fearless Romans expresses the true character of this notable man when he said, "Where sin abounded, grace did much more abound". 
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64 Woolman, John JOURNAL OF JOHN WOOLMAND AND A PLEA FOR THE POOR
TCP 1972 Paperback; 249 Pgs. Good 
The "journal" or spiritual autobiography of John Woolman was the characteristic literary expression of Quakerism in its first two centuries. His life, as recorded by himself, was the finest flower of a unique Quaker culture, whose focus, as Howard H. Brinton has put it, was not on the literary or plastic arts but on "life itself in home, meeting and community", a life which was an "artistic creation as beautiful in its simplicity and proportion as was the architecture of its meeting houses..." 
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65 Wurmbrand, Richard FROM SUFFERING TO TRIUMPH
Kregal Pub.; 159 PGS. 1993 1993 0825440610 / 9780825440618 Paperback Like New 
Paperback. Like New. Richard Wurmbrand spent fourteen years in Communist prisons. Since then he has endured 25 years of exile. FROM SUFFERING TO TRIUMPH describes his return to his beloved homeland, and the astonishing situation he found there. There are many tragedies and much heartbreak, but also abundant evidence of God's transforming power. For Richard Wurmbrand himself the issue is not revenge but the proclamation of Christ's love. Why did Ceaushescu act as he did? Pastor Wurmbrand's answer is simple: "Ask yourselves if you have done your utmost to share with the Communists the teaching of Jesus.may we all learn the beautiful art of forgiveness." 
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