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levi's willAuthor(s): W. Dale Cramer
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Price: $0.99       (Ends Jan 31)
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Will flees his Old Order community at the age of 19, leaving behind a pregnant girlfriend and all things Amish. He begins a new life, joining the army and later marrying and having two sons of his own. But his life and his new family are tainted by the hidden sins of his past. Hoping to patch things up with his father, Will takes his new family to meet the old one. Levi’s Will is the haunting story of a fallen man seeking to build a bridge across three generations.

“A beautiful and original story. This is an accomplished work.”–Booklist (starred review)

“With beautiful prose and captivating characters, Cramer has crafted an unforgettable tale.”–Beverly Lewis, New York Times bestselling author


On Divine JusticeAuthor(s): John Owen
Publisher: GLH Publishing
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The claims of vindicatory justice vindicated; wherein that essential property of the divine nature is demonstrated from the sacred writings, and defended against Socinians, particularly the authors of the Racovian Catechism, John Crellius, and F. Socinus himself; likewise the necessary exercise thereof; together with the indispensable necessity of the satisfaction of Christ for the salvation of sinners is established against the objections of certain very learned men, G. Twisse, G. Vossius, Samuel Rutherford, and others.


a year with GodAuthor(s): Richard J. Foster
Publisher: HarperOne
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Many people are longing to find the footprint of God in their daily lives. This beautiful daily companion is comprised of 365 selections of scripture, commentary, meditations, and daily exercises to help readers see how they can bring their entire life into a life with Immanuel – a God who is with his people.

In Richard Foster′s best-selling book, Celebration of Discipline, he explored the “classic disciplines,” or central spiritual practices of the Christian faith. Foster showed that it is only by and through these practices that the true path to spiritual growth can be found. In A Year with God, the spiritual disciplines are presented in such a way that does not destroy the soul but enables the reader to enter into a transforming life with God.

Through daily spiritual exercises and meditations, A Year with God explores eighteen spiritual disciplines. The inward disciplines of meditation, prayer, fasting, and study offer avenues of personal examination and change. The outward disciplines of simplicity, solitude, submission, and service help prepare one to make the world a better place. The corporate disciplines of confession, worship, guidance, and celebration bring one nearer to others and to God. Each discipline will be given twenty days of readings, beginning with scripture and followed by commentary, a meditation, and a spiritual exercise. Practicing these spiritual disciplines will help readers live intentionally, contributing to a more balanced spiritual life and a reformation of the inner self.


harbinger of hopeAuthor(s): Robin McMillan
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Price: $1.99       (Ends Jan 13)
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“This is a powerful word for our times.”

~Rick Joyner, bestselling author of The Final Quest

Your Spirit will be Revived

Harbinger of Hope will help you believe once again in God’s provision and goodness.

While praying through Psalm 91, Robin McMillan was shown a prophetic vision of five “wagons.” Robin soon discovered each wagon contained a specific symbolic message for our generation:

Wagon #1: Deliverance from what we deserve
Wagon #2: Deliverance from criticism
Wagon #3: God’s provision
Wagon #4: Hope for the future
Wagon #5: New vision for America
If you are hungry for a word from Heaven and if you appreciate the teachings of Bill Johnson, and Shawn Bolz, then you will love the message found in Harbinger of Hope.


secrets of sloaneAuthor(s): Shelley Gray
Publisher: Zondervan
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Against the backdrop of the 1893 World’s Fair, a young woman finds employment with an illustrious Chicago family—a family who may guard the secret of her sister’s disappearance.

Sloane House is among the most gilded mansions of Gilded Age Chicago. Rosalind Perry, the new housemaid, pours the morning coffee before the hard gaze of her mistress.

“It’s simple, Rosalind,” she says. “I am Veronica Sloane, heiress to one of the country’s greatest fortunes. You are simply one in a long line of unsuitable maids.”

Back on the farm in Wisconsin, Rosalind’s plan had seemed logical: Move to Chicago. Get hired on at Sloane House. Discover what transpired while her sister worked as a maid there—and follow the clues to why she disappeared.

Now, as a live-in housemaid to the Sloanes, Rosalind realizes her plan had been woefully simple-minded.

She was ignorant of the hard, hidden life of a servant in a big, prominent house; of the divide between the Sloane family and the people who served them; and most of all, she had never imagined so many people could live in such proximity and keep such dark secrets.

Yet, while Sloane House is daunting, the streets of Chicago are downright dangerous. The World’s Fair has brought a new kind of crime to the city . . . and a lonely young woman is always at risk. But when Rosalind accepts the friendship of Reid Armstrong, the handsome young heir to a Chicago silver fortune, she becomes an accidental rival to Veronica Sloane.


is reality secularAuthor(s): Mary Poplin
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
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What is the nature of reality?

At the root of our society’s deepest political and cultural divisions are the conflicting principles of four global worldviews. While each of us holds to some version of one of these worldviews, we are often unconscious of their differences as well as their underlying assumptions.

Mary Poplin argues that the ultimate test of a worldview, philosophy or ideology is whether it corresponds with reality. Since different perspectives conflict with each other, how do we make sense of the differences? And if a worldview system accurately reflects reality, what implications does that have for our thinking and living?

In this wide-ranging and perceptive study, Poplin examines four major worldviews: naturalism, humanism, pantheism and Judeo-Christian theism. She explores the fundamental assumptions of each, pressing for limitations. Ultimately she puts each perspective to the test, asking, what if this worldview is true?

If reality is secular, that means something for how we orient our lives. But if reality is not best explained by secular perspectives, that would mean something quite different. Consider for yourself what is the fundamental substance of reality.


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Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.



Book details:

Kregel: Sacred Mundane: How to Find Freedom, Purpose, and Joy by Kari Patterson  vs. Getaway with God by Letitia Suk

Crossway: Living Life Backward: How Ecclesiastes Teaches Us to Live in Light of the End by David Gibson vs. Ecclesiastes: Why Everything Matters (Preaching the Word) by Philip Graham Ryken

New Leaf: Journey Through the Ark Encounter  vs. What is Creation Science? by Henry M. Morris & Gary Parker

Cruciform Press: The Most Encouraging Book on Hell Ever by Thor Ramsey vs. Contend: Defending the Faith in a Fallen World by Aaron Armstrong

Christian Focus: The Ministry We Need: The Reformed Pastor by Richard Baxter  vs. Work of the Pastor by William Still

Reformation Heritage: Godly Prayer and Its Answers by John Brown of Wamphray vs. The Happiness of Enjoying and Making a True and Speedy Use of Christ by Alexander Grosse



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