Guide to Christian Perfection

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TEACH Services, Inc., 1997 - 80 pages
"...I shall give you such views of truth, and only such as I feel most willing to meet in the great and dreadful day of account.""I shall also give them, as far as possible, in Scripture language, that it may be seen on what I rest my faith, and whether I do, or do not, pervert the word of God...""The all absorbing question with me, so far as my own eternal interests are concerned, is this: How shall I become obedient to that high command of the Most High God, 'Be ye holy for I am holy.' (I Peter 1:16, Lev. 11:44).""Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord: (Hebrews 12:14).""The end is near! We have not a moment to lose! Light is to shine forth from God's people in clear, distinct rays, bringing Jesus before the churches and before the world. Our work is not to be restricted to those who already know the truth; our field is the world. The instrumentalities to be used are those souls who gladly receive the light of truth which God communicates to them. These are God's agencies for communicating the knowledge of truth to the world. If through the grace of Christ His people will become new bottles, He will fill them with new wine. God will give additional light, and old truths will be recovered, and replaced in the framework of truth; and wherever the laborers go, they will triumph. As Christ's ambassadors, they are to search the Scriptures, to see for the truths that have been hidden beneath the rubbish of error. And every ray of light received is to be communicated to others. One interest will prevail, one subject will swallow up every other - Christ Our Righteousness." - Review & Herald, Dec. 23, 1890

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