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Discussion in 'Christian History' started by Behold, Jul 19, 2020.

  1. Behold

    Behold Well-Known Member

    In some ways, the phrase "favorite Saint" is a bit humorous, as all the born again are "Saints".
    God has no favorites , He just has those who do more for Him, and understand more from Him.

    The Catholic church of course finessed this idea of "Saint" and redefined it and rebranded it as the idea of "famous".

    In the history of the Church there have been some "famous" believers who are well worth learning about, as i find that when i read about the LIFE of someone from the Past who gave everything, gave all, to God, it helps me to stay in search of an ever deepening walk with God.

    I'll list a few "Saints" for you, and if you are curious, then do a Wiki search, or go deeper and order a book, or do a really refined "Bing" or "Google" or similar search, and see if you are not also captivated and inspired by these Trophies of God's Amazing Grace.

    1. St Francis

    2. Mary Of Egypt.

    3. Joan of Arc

    4. St Bernard Of Clairvaux

    5. Hildegard of Bingen

    6. Dionysius

    7. Richard of St. Victor

    8. Gregory of Nyssa

    Book you should get :

    Foxe's Book Of Martyrs
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