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No Little People (Schaeffer)

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16 Encouraging Sermons on Human Weakness and God’s Sufficiency by Francis Schaeffer

Most Christians take an honest look at themselves and conclude that their limited talents, energy, and knowledge mean that they don’t amount to much. Some even ask, Can I really make a difference? Francis A. Schaeffer counters this claim with truth from the Bible, arguing that with God there is no such thing as little people.

No Little People contains sixteen sermons from Schaeffer that explore the weakness and significance of humanity in relationship to the infinite and personal God. The focus of this collection is the lasting truth of the Bible, the faithfulness of God, the sufficiency of the work of Christ, and the power of the Spirit. Readers will be encouraged by the value that God places on each person made in his image to accomplish his redemptive plan.

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Table of Contents: 

Chapter 1: No Little People, No Little Places
Chapter 2: The Hand of God
Chapter 3: The Weakness of God’s Servants
Chapter 4: The Lord’s Work in the Lord’s Way
Chapter 5: Walking Through the Mud
Chapter 6: Joseph
Chapter 7: The Ark, The Mercy-Seat and the Incense Altar
Chapter 8: David: Lawful and Unlawful Vindication
Chapter 9: Elijah and Elisha
Chapter 10: The Three Men in the Fiery Furnace
Chapter 11: What Difference Has Looking Made? (A Christmas Study)
Chapter 12: Jesus Only
Chapter 13: The Water of Life
Chapter 14: The Book of Revelation: Future, Yet a Unity in the Present
Chapter 15: What Is Enough?
Chapter 16: Ash Heap Lives

 

Author

Francis A. Schaeffer (1912–1984) authored more than twenty books, which have been translated into several languages and have sold millions globally. He and his wife, Edith, founded the L'Abri Fellowship international study and discipleship centers. Recognized internationally for his work in Christianity and culture, Schaeffer passed away in 1984 but his influence and legacy continue worldwide.