Books Should Be Free
Loyal Books
Free Public Domain Audiobooks & eBook Downloads
Search by: Title, Author or Keyword

Glory in the Grey

Book cover
By: (1874-1942)

Glory in the Grey by Archibald Alexander is a thought-provoking exploration of the complexities of life and faith. The author delves into the grey areas of morality, spirituality, and human nature, challenging readers to confront their own convictions and beliefs.

Through a series of reflective essays and personal anecdotes, Alexander examines the tension between certainty and ambiguity, tradition and innovation, and duty and desire. He wrestles with questions of suffering, redemption, and the meaning of life, ultimately offering a message of hope and perseverance in the face of uncertainty.

Written in a lyrical and evocative style, Glory in the Grey is a stirring and insightful read that will resonate with readers of all backgrounds and beliefs. Alexander's wisdom and humility shine through each page, inviting readers to grapple with life's most profound mysteries and embrace the beauty of the unknown.

Book Description:
It sometimes happens, when we are dispirited, that God's gracious gift of reviving comes to us along a very ordinary channel--in the form, perhaps, of some tonic, heartening passage found in reading, or the "morning face" and cheerful greeting of a friend. That is often all that we need--when our hurt is not serious-- to send us back with a new zest and courage to our tasks; and that is the sort of usefulness which is desired for this book.

It does not pretend to deal with the great themes or the great hours of the religious life, but only with some of its simple encouragements and ideals for everyday. There is a wide difference between the far-off flash of guidance which the sailor steers by in the darkness, and the humbler lights on board which he sees to do his work. Yet he needs them both.

Stream audiobook and download chapters

Review this book

Popular Genres
More Genres
Paid Books