Deliverance from the Power and Penalty of Sin

Deliverance from the Power and Penalty of Sin

by Orson R. Palmer

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Giving thanks unto the Father, . . . Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son. (Colossians 1:12-13)

Awake! Awake! slumbering church, and clothe yourself with the garments of your Lord's salvation and righteousness. He waits to be gracious to you. Return unto your first love before the candlestick is removed. Purge the "leaven" of wickedness and dishonesty from your midst. Spurn the "honey" of the world, and let us cleanse our garments from the stains of seeking pleasure, commercialism, and worldliness. Let us refrain from the entertainment, moneymaking craze that is now resting upon us. Let us deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Christ.

Table of Contents

  1. The Wisdom of God in the Cross

  2. The Love of God in the Cross

  3. The Power of God in the Cross

  4. If Any Man Sin

  5. He Is Faithful to Cleanse

  6. God's Faithfulness

  7. God's Indwelling

  8. Whom are You Serving?

  9. Spiritual Laws

  10. In Dark Places

  11. Offenses

  12. Victory or Defeat?

  13. Pressing On for the Prize

  14. The Test of Faith

  15. Having Done All, to Stand

  16. The Coming of the Lord

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161192672
Publisher: Aneko Press
Publication date: 02/01/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 297,152
File size: 979 KB

About the Author

Orson R. Palmer was born during the beginning of the Civil War. His father enlisted in the war, and sadly never returned to his family. Palmer married Elizabeth A. Watkins in 1887, and they welcomed a daughter in 1895. Palmer started a business, was a superintendent of a Sunday school and taught Sunday school classes, became an author, founded and pastored a Berachah Church in Philadelphia, helped launch IFMA (now CrossGlobal Link), and served as director for AIM. Palmer died on June 5, 1939, from lymphatic leukemia and myocarditis.

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