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Beschreibung des Verlags
In January, 1956, the world was staggered to hear that five young missionaries of Christ had been annihilated by the spears of tribal Indians in Ecuador. One life laid down was that of Peter Fleming.
Pete had learned to live the life of faith. As he comprehended the power of God in his daily walk, he penned in his personal diary many of his soul’s struggles. Some of these comments are selfcritical, many are triumphant and Christ-glorifying.
In the foresight and providence of God, these chronicles have been preserved. Now Pete’s brother, Ken Fleming, has compiled the contents of these diaries, plus numerous personal letters written by his brother.
Collectively they reveal in an exceptional way the spiritual maturation of this man of God. Of few Christian pacesetters is it possible to discern how they developed as Peter Fleming did. Unquestionably, this book is the chronicle of growth of a Man of Faith. The author’s desire is that many young believers will be encouraged to follow the same pathway.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Map of Equador
Chapter 1 Hand on the Plough
Chapter 2 God Give Me Faith
Chapter 3 Faith’s Frontiers and God’s Guidance
Chapter 4 Faith Climbing
Chapter 5 The Discipline of Faith
Chapter 6 Faith in the Context of Jungle Life
Chapter 7 The Tyranny of the Urgent
Chapter 8 Faith Praising in Trials
Chapter 9 Faith Evaluates Disaster
Chapter 10 Roll on Strong Son of God
Chapter 11 Expecting God’s Blessing
Chapter 12 For Thee the Fullness of My Heart
Chapter 13 Jungle Harvest
Chapter 14 My Life For Their Faith