×

Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.

For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now.

Love-Slaves
     

Love-Slaves

5.0 1
by Samuel Logan Brengle
 

See All Formats & Editions

Brengle was a prolific author, whose works were recommended by the late Leonard Ravenhill.

This edition includes: Active table of contents.

Contents:
Chapter 1: Love-Slaves
Chapter 2: 'A Man In Christ'
Chapter 3: Future Punishment And The Bible
Chapter 4: I Counted...And I Count
Chapter 5: The Angels Song Of Peace
Chapter 6:

Overview

Brengle was a prolific author, whose works were recommended by the late Leonard Ravenhill.

This edition includes: Active table of contents.

Contents:
Chapter 1: Love-Slaves
Chapter 2: 'A Man In Christ'
Chapter 3: Future Punishment And The Bible
Chapter 4: I Counted...And I Count
Chapter 5: The Angels Song Of Peace
Chapter 6: Misrepresenting God
Chapter 7: Confessing Other People's Sins
Chapter 8: The Dangers Of Middle Age
Chapter 9: Maintaining The Holiness Standard
Chapter 10: The Terror Of The Lord
Chapter 11: Holy Covetousness
Chapter 12: A Common Yet Subtle Sin
Chapter 13: Sins Against Chastity
Chapter 14: Whitened Harvest Fields
Chapter 15: Encouraging One Another
Chapter 16: How A Nobody Became A Somebody
Chapter 17: You
Chapter 18: My Testimony

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013363557
Publisher:
Jawbone Digital
Publication date:
09/29/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
139 KB

Meet the Author

Samuel Logan Brengle (1860–1936) was a commissioner in The Salvation Army and a leading author, teacher and preacher on the doctrine of Holiness.

As a teenager, he was saved during a revival meeting and began a life of dedication to the Lord. Following the death of his mother he enrolled in what is now known as DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. There he was an exceptional scholar and while a number of opportunities were open to him, he felt that his calling was to be a preacher and so following university he became a circuit preacher for the Methodist church. Later on he was encouraged to study theology and so he enrolled at the Boston Theological Seminary. It was at this seminary that he was exposed to the teaching of holiness and later claimed the experience for his own life.

He described his experience as being a full immersion in the love of God. He would later write of the experience: "I walked out over Boston Common before breakfast, weeping for joy and praising God. Oh, how I loved! In that hour I knew Jesus, and I loved Him till it seemed my heart would break with love. I was filled with love for all His creatures. I heard the little sparrows chattering; I loved them. I saw a little worm wriggling across my path; I stepped over it; I didn’t want to hurt any living thing. I loved the dogs, I loved the horses, I loved the little urchins on the street, I loved the strangers who hurried past me, I loved the heathen, I loved the whole world." This experience would become his life's focus as he taught and admonished believers to seek 'the blessing' on an international level.

Following his graduation he received offers to pastor some of the largest Methodists churches in the US. However, he turned them down as he became interested in the work of The Salvation Army. He had heard William Booth speak at an open air service and was drawn to his ministry and mission and he desired to travel to England to meet and volunteer his services to the Founder of The Salvation Army.

After training he was appointed back to the United States where it is said he laboured for the salvation of sinners and the sanctification of saints.

He was once asked for his secret of holiness to which he replied: "Keep in the will of God, obey Him, seek Him daily, waiting at His gates. Read the Bible regularly. Never neglect secret prayer. Keep testifying to the grace bestowed upon you. Help others."

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Post to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews

Love Slaves 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago