Love Made Perfect

Love Made Perfect


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Love made perfect. Is it possible this side of heaven? Is it just for the chosen few? Dr. William Greathouse believes that entire sanctification is a genuine and necessary experience for the growth and victory of every believer. With fervency and passion, he sets forth in easy-to-understand terms and illustrations the scriptural basis for this hope.

"No preacher or teacher has made the doctrine of entire sanctification as clear, as sensible, and as desirable as has William Greathouse," says Herald of Holiness editor Wesley D. Tracy. To aid in the study of Love Made Perfect, Tracy has prepared spiritual formation exercises at the end of each chapter.

Love Made Perfect is written not only for the believer seeking a deeper walk with the Lord but also for the one who already knows Christ in His sanctifying fullness. It is a book designed to set you on the journey of a lifetime -- and beyond.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780834116542
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Publication date: 12/01/1997
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 0.36(w) x 8.00(h) x 5.00(d)

Table of Contents

1.The Promise of Perfect Love15
2.The Old Testament Roots of Holiness Teaching24
3.On to Perfection: The Old Testament Roots of the Doctrine of Christian Perfection34
4.The Love Command43
5.Christus Victor--Our Great Savior55
6.Holiness: Christ Reigning Within63
7.The Transfigured Image77
8.A Prayer for Entire Sanctification86
9.Love Made Perfect101
10.True Sanctification112
11.The Secret of Holy Living125
12.Love Made Perfect, Foretaste of Glory134

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Dr. William M. Greathouse, General Superintendent Emeritus in the Church of the Nazarene, has written a primer of the Wesleyan way for the lay person. In a straightforward manner LOVE MADE PERFECT introduces the reader to the perspectives of the 'holiness folk' about the Christian life. With careful appeal to Scripture and to the writings of the 17th century Anglican and founder of Methodism, John Wesley, William Greathouse presents a balanced and sane perspective of the Wesleyan tradition's concern for the sanctification of life. It is theology with practical application to life, for each chapter concludes with an appended 'Light For Your Spiritual Journey' that seeks to help the reader incorporate the truth of holiness into everyday life. This little book is a fitting door-opener for one seeking acquaintance with discipleship Wesleyan style.