Victorious Living by E. Stanley Jones
Victorious Living by E. Stanley Jones was originally published in 1936.
In 1938, TIME magazine called E. Stanley Jones "the world’s greatest missionary." Standing-room-only crowds filled his meeting halls on four different continents. He is reported to have preached more times than any human being (est. 60,000). Listeners came to Christ on nearly every occasion and some consider him "the Billy Graham of India." He wrote 28 books, including 10 full-year devotionals, some of which became million-copy best sellers.
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What makes the difference between ordinary living andextraordinary, victorious living? How can we build a newinner strength that shines through in our outward character andrelationships? Our own efforts to rise above are ineffective but byapplying the power of God’s Word we can close the gap betweenour reality and our beliefs. Each daily reading in Victorious Livingoffers essential truths and eternal principles: keys to victoriousliving in the circumstances we encounter every day!Victorious Living is a devotional classic written in 1936 by E.Stanley Jones, the greatest Christian leader of his day. Now thisvibrant work is making a long-deserved comeback, updated forthe twenty-first century by noted editor Dean Merrill.
Wikipedia says this about Jones
E. (Eli) Stanley Jones (1884–1973) was a 20th century Methodist Christian missionary and theologian. He is remembered chiefly for his interreligious lectures to the educated classes in India, thousands of which were held across the Indian subcontinent during the first decades of the 20th century. According to his and other contemporary reports, his friendship for the cause of Indian self-determination allowed him to become friends with leaders of the up-and-coming Indian National Congress party. He spent much time with Mahatma Gandhi, and the Nehru family. Gandhi challenged Jones and, through Jones' writing, the thousands of Western missionaries working there during the last decades of the British Raj, to include greater respect for the mindset and strengths of the Indian character in their work.
This effort to contextualize Christianity for India was the subject of his seminal work, The Christ of the Indian Road (ISBN 0-687-06377-9), which sold more than 1 million copies worldwide after its publication in 1925.
He is also the founder of the Christian Ashram movement. He is sometimes considered the "Billy Graham of India".