Be swept into the presence of God.
It is not enough for the Christ-follower to hold a set of beliefs about Jesus, to cling tightly to doctrine, or interpretation, or knowledge. The transformative power of the Gospel is accessed through faith in Jesus, through union with God, and through a real experience of His love and nearness.
George MacDonald's Unspoken Sermons are a series of written (but never publicly preached) sermons that guide the reader into a deeper relationship with God through profound encounters with Jesus Christ.
George MacDonald (1824-1905) was a 19th century Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister, most famous for his published allegorical fairy tales and novels. MacDonald was read and admired by many well-known theologians, including G.K. Chesterton, Oswald Chambers, and C.S. Lewis, who pointed to MacDonald as an inspirer and guide for their own faith and writings. Lewis said of MacDonald, "I know hardly any other writer who seems to be closer, or more continually close, to the Spirit of Christ Himself."
Through this collection of remarkable sermons, the reader will discover:
- A magnificent perspective on Christianity
- A sincere hunger for spiritual truth
- A deeper understanding of the Christian faith
- A clearer sense of God's will
- The very presence of the Living God
The insights available in these pages speak directly to the heart, as a guide towards a deep, intimate, life-changing encounter with the indwelling presence of the living God.