Stanley Jones (1884-1973) is the most remarkable Christian leader you’ve probably not heard of.  A Methodist missionary evangelist to India, he wrote 28 books–some of which sold a million copies despite the Depression. This is his third (and favorite) devotional, The Way, which appeared in 1946. “The way to live,” he says, “is not merely written in sacred books, but it is also written into our blood, our nerves, our tissues, our organs…. It is not imposed but exposed–exposed from our very make-up.” As we cooperate with this Way, we flourish. When we veer into what Jones calls “not-the-way,” we deteriorate.

Updated and released in 2011 by Summerside Press. (See also Abundant Living and Victorious Living.)