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Love Slaves

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Love Slaves by Samuel Logan Brengle is a deeply moving and inspiring book that delves into the power and transformative nature of love. The author explores how love can not only change individuals, but also entire communities and societies. Brengle presents various examples and stories to illustrate his points, making the book relatable and engaging for readers.

One of the key themes in the book is the idea of being a "love slave" – someone who is dedicating their life to serving and loving others unconditionally. Brengle emphasizes the importance of selflessness and compassion, and the profound impact that these qualities can have on the world around us.

Overall, Love Slaves is a thought-provoking and heartwarming read that challenges readers to examine their own beliefs and actions in relation to love. It serves as a powerful reminder of the capacity we all have to make a positive difference in the lives of others through acts of love and kindness. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a deeper understanding of the true power of love.

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Samuel Logan Brengle was a commissioner in the Salvation Army. His books are known for the practicality, joyfulness and authenticity. His life was spent working with people on the streets, so his insights into the work of the Holy Spirit are relevant to everyday life. His holiness was that of the street, the kitchen, and everyday life. His stories are of men and women living their daily lives. In this book, Brengle explores how to live the Christian life so that we are walking in the centre of God's Will and daily showing His Love to the world around us. From the Preface by General Bramwell Booth: Here are words to clear the thought, as well as to guide the Will and strengthen the Heart.

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