On every hand a lack of something is being felt and expressed by God's people. Their Christian experience is not what they expected it would be. Instead of expected victory, it is oft-recurring, dreaded defeat; instead of soul satisfaction it is soul hunger; instead of deep, abiding heart rest, it is disquiet and discontent; instead of advancing, it is losing ground. Is this all Christ meant when He said, "Come unto Me"? Is this life of constant disappointment the normal life of the Bible Christian? To these sad questionings the Divine Word answers with an emphatic "No"...
-from The Spirit-Filled Life
This little classic of late-19th-century Protestantism, first published in 1896, is a clearly written introduction to the theology of the Holy Spirit for "born-again" Christians seeking to be "filled with the spirit of Christ."
The author explains:
. why unity with the Holy Spirit is every Christian's birthright
. how to cleanse oneself of sin in preparation for the Holy Spirit's arrival
. how to consecrate the soul of sin in order to welcome the Holy Spirit
. how to claim communion with the Holy Spirit
. what impure motives to avoid when building a new relationship with the Holy Spirit
. and more.
OF INTEREST TO: Bible-study groups, seekers after wisdom
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