The Life of Charlemagne

Einhard served Charlemagne, king and Holy Roman Emperor, for 23 years. From that experience, combined with his in-depth research, Einhard penned this biography of Charlemagne in...

Waiting on God

These 31 devotionals have the power to transform your prayer life in just one month. Andrew Murray, a 19th-century South African missionary, penned this collection of Christian...

Speech at Clermont

In 1095, Pope Urban II delivered a powerful call-to-arms to begin the First Crusade. Robert the Monk, likely an eyewitness, recorded this speech years later, after the crusade had...

None Like Christ

Octavius Winslow, a nineteenth-century British preacher, founded the Central Baptist Church in New York. His legacy also endures through his forty works of Christian writing. In...

Speech to the Army

Alexander the Great delivered this stirring speech to his army before the battle for India against King Porus’ forces. He had led his men undefeated for ten years, and together...

Against the Infidels

"Against the Infidels” is Fulcher of Chartres eyewitness account of Pope Urban II’s call-to-arms in 1095. This speech launched the First Crusade, but the several historical...

Christ Is Ever With You

A contemporary of Charles Spurgeon, Octavius Winslow was one of the primary Baptist preachers of nineteenth-century England. His devotional writing has inspired Christians for...

At the Court of Attila

Before 448, the Greeks saw Attila the Hun as simply a frightening, ruthless leader. When the Greek historian Priscus visited his courts that year, however, he had a far different...

Go and Tell Jesus

Octavius Winslow ministered throughout New York and England during the nineteenth century, spreading the message of Jesus’ love. He penned over forty devotional works, but Go...

On the Opening of the First Crusade

The notable German historian and monk Ekkehard of Aurach was also a crusader. He wrote a comprehensive world history text, but upon returning from a pilgrimage to Jerusalem in...

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