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Publisher's Summary

An effective alternative to vapid "flavor-of-the-day" pop psychology, these sermons offer deeply founded and time-proven relief for the troubles of the soul. These works provide inspiration for all, religious or not, and are highly entertaining! Included in this audiobook:
"The Distracted Mind", "Terror by Night", and "The Torment of Fear" by Charles Kingsley; "Parting Words" by James Martineau; "Christ and the Fear of Death" by George H. Morrison; "Self-Reliance" by Ralph Waldo Emerson; "Fearing and Trusting" by Charles H. Spurgeon; and "Love and Fear" by Alexander Maclaren.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tracie on 01-27-09

Very, very inspiring

I felt that the various messages on this topic were very inspiring. The voices were very adequate and clear sounding to me. They were actually a comfort and exhortation at night when all is still and the mind tends to be more open to think on anxious things.

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1 out of 5 stars
By michael on 04-28-07

Good Material Badly Read

Very unsatisfied with the quality of the reading. At times the inflection and tone were so distracting that I could not even understand the meaning of the text.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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