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The Pilgrim of Castile By Lope de Vega
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Lope de Vega wrote only a handful of prose works, of which The Pilgrim of Castile is one. Sometimes referred to as picaresque, it is a Byzantine romance or adventure novel, full of twists and turns... More > and containing what George Borrow referred to as “decidedly the best ghost story in the world.”< Less
A Pilgrim's Way By Cliff Woffenden
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A Pilgrim's Way is a series of short articles I wrote about events in my life, some strange, some funny and some painful, all important lessons that helped me become me. These are snippets of my... More > personal journey of discovery. They are presented to stimulate discussion, to question our preconceived ideas of reality and /or entertain.< Less
The Pilgrim's Regress By C. S. Lewis
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The Pilgrim's Regress is a book of allegorical fiction by C. S. Lewis. This 1933 novel was Lewis's first published work of prose fiction, and his third piece of work to be published. It charts the... More > progress of a fictional character named John through a philosophical landscape in search of the Island of his desire. Lewis described the novel to his publisher as "a kind of Bunyan up to date," in reference to John Bunyan's 17th century novel The Pilgrim's Progress, recast with the politics, ideologies, philosophy, and aesthetic principles of the early 20th century. As such, the character struggles with the modern phoniness, hypocrisy, and intellectual vacancy of the Christian church, Communism, Fascism, and various philosophical and artistic movements.< Less
The Pilgrim's Progress By John Bunyan
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS traces the journey of Christian from his first conviction of sin, through his conversion, trials, suffering, and victorious... More > joy, and ultimately across the River of Death to the Celestial City. Next to the Bible, the book that I value most is Pilgrim’s Progress. I believe I have read it through at least a hundred times…Prick him anywhere, and you will find that his blood is “bibline,” the very essence of the Bible flows from him. – Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) JOHN BUNYAN (1628-1688) was born of a poor family near Bed-ford, England. He repaired pots and pans before being called to preach the Gospel full time. He was imprisoned in 1660 for re-fusing to compromise with the practices of the Church of Eng-land. While in jail for 12 years, he penned The Pilgrim’s Progress, which has been in continuous print since then and is the second best selling book of all time after the Holy Bible.< Less
The Ascent of the Pilgrim By Jacobe Boheme & Henry Scougal
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This is the first installment of Second Segment for this particular series. In this portion, we will step up the pace and move steadily upwards; these next few works will strengthen you, sharpen your... More > vision and present you with issues, which must be resolved and required tasks to be achieved. This particular work is comprised of three different authors, from three different countries and times, and yet place together create a synergy, which could not be dismissed nor denied its rightful place within a serious pilgrim's library. Henry Scougal, Fredrick Meyer and Jacobe Boheme have each written quite extensively regarding the spiritual matters, these three selections are a mere sapling of each author's endeavor to facilitate those around them who required intervention. Given the bevy of works by each member, for our intent and purpose, there is no better cadre of assembled members nor a better selection of their treatises to equip the ascent of the pilgrim.< Less
The Ascent of the Pilgrim By Henry Scougal and Jacobe Boheme
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This is the first installment of Second Segment for this particular series. In this portion, we will step up the pace and move steadily upwards; these next few works will strengthen you, sharpen your... More > vision and present you with issues, which must be resolved and required tasks to be achieved. This particular work is comprised of three different authors, from three different countries and times, and yet place together create a synergy, which could not be dismissed nor denied its rightful place within a serious pilgrim’s library. Henry Scougal, Fredrick Meyer and Jacobe Boheme have each written quite extensively regarding the spiritual matters, these three selections are a mere sapling of each author’s endeavor to facilitate those around them who required intervention. Given the bevy of works by each member, for our intent and purpose, there is no better cadre of assembled members nor a better selection of their treatises to equip the ascent of the pilgrim.< Less
Pilgrims' Journeys By Margaret Gordon-Rowe
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Theme is the Christian journey through life. The scene is set in a travel agency and the travellers (pilgrims) who have One Way Tickets to heaven find that they each have a different transportation... More > experience. The scenes change as the children (covering 3 to 16) examine these travel modes. They discover that there is no trouble-free journey to Heaven, but that having Christ living within them and working through them makes the whole journey worthwhile.< Less
Strangers & Pilgrims By Vivienne Tuffnell
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Strangers and Pilgrims "My heart is broken and I am dying inside." Six unconnected strangers type these words into an internet search engine and start the journey of a lifetime. Directed... More > to The House of the Wellspring website, each begins a conversation with the mysterious warden, to discover whether the waters of the Wellspring, a source of powerful healing, can heal their unbearable hurts. A journey of self discovery and healing awaits them, but will the Warden grant them their wish? Their fate lies in the hands of the Warden. Invited to spend some days at the House of the Wellspring each of the strangers comes with the hope of coming away whole again. But where is the Warden they all longed to meet and where is the Wellspring they all came to find?< Less
Pilgrim's Primer By Robert Lanphar
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What if you were asked: “So what have you accomplished in the past fifteen years? “ Our Centering Prayer Group came up with this question to allow us to gather our thoughts about the... More > importance of being focused upon Jesus Christ during our individual walks. Fortunately I have been using journaling for the past twenty-seven years, since 1990, and my poetry and other writing was initially crafted there before being committed to the computer. This made my selections of the poems and other writings to support my various Christian mileposts a relatively straight forward process. It was only then that I saw there was enough material and potentially an interest for me to craft this book and make it available. Enjoy this Pilgrim's Primer as I share my journey through the Kingdom with you.< Less
The Pilgrim Soul By Frank Diamond
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Wally Snyder carries baggage to his high school class’s 15-year reunion. You see, Wally wasn’t just a nerd, he was the nerd. “Why would you even want to go?” Wally’s... More > mother snaps. Because Wally wants to see the golden boy, Frank Stanton. Wally needs to show that he has changed — even though he hasn’t quite convinced himself. Wally, however, finds Stanton to be as arrogant as ever. Out of spite, Wally, who has a gift for mimicry, calls Stanton’s former wife, the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader Bridget McNally, and pretends to be Stanton. That’s as far as the prank goes. He thinks. Then, Stanton dies that very night. Wally does a little digging to find out that the golden boy wasn’t so golden. When Wally nearly “accidentally” dies, he realizes that somebody knows what he knows. Now, if only Wally knew what he knows. So begins The Pilgrim Soul, a mystery by Philadelphia Bulletin columnist Frank Diamond that will keep you on the edge of your seat.< Less

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