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The Cambridge Seven: The True Story of Ordinary Men Used in No Ordinary Way (History Makers) Paperback – May 20, 2012
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"The story in these pages is of great encouragement and interest to Christians in our day. God calls Christians to serve Him in many vocations. This book provides a clear reminder of God's patient providence in directing His people into paths He has planned for them to walk. We are mindful of the growing church in China today. Here is an account of seven who were raised up to sow Gospel seed that bore fruit over time. To obey God in this manner, a number of them gave up great wealth or sure careers in England, and some had to overcome parental dismay at their decisions. Throughout, the reader is reminded of the lordship of Christ as one desires to be faithful in one's own callings." (Byron Snapp, Calvary Herald, The web magazine of Calvary Reformed Presbyterian Church)
"It is not surprising that out of the whole-hearted devotion of these seven young men with their "intolerance of shoddy spirituality in themselves or in others, "there should emerge even beyond their huge labours in China, some extraordinary consequences" (Michael Cassidy)
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These men weren't just ordinary people of their day and many great things were expected of them in the world. One was even acknowledged as the greatest cricket player of his day. But God's calling upon each of their lives was more important to them than anything the world had to offer. They gave up much to give God their all. I was awed by their commitment to God.
It was great to see how God orchestrated things to bring this group together and their obedience and willingness led to a nation forever being changed. God does indeed answer prayers!
What this is not: An exhaustive history book. It is also not really about China, but is focused on faith and commitment and taking Christianity seriously enough to give up the world for the Lord. It's less than 100 pages so you'll still have time to give up the world for the Lord . . .