Holiness: Symbolic and Real
a Bible Study
by Joseph Agar Beet, D.D.
FIRST EDITION …. April 1910
Sanctify them in the Truth. . . . On their behalf I sanctify Myself, in order that also they may themselves be sanctified.” Joh 17:17, 19.
May the God of peace Himself sanctify you. . . . Faithful is He who calls you, who also will do it.” 1Th 5:23-24.
It is written, Ye shall be holy : because I am holy.” 1Pe 1:16.
This is a general study on holiness in the Bible. Beet looks at holiness in the different divisions of the Old Testament and New Testament, as well as in the Septuagint version and the Apocrypha. He then turns to the holiness of Christ, and then the servants of Christ. Then he looks at the life devoted to God, and other general concepts of holiness (in Christ, by Faith, as opposed to sin, growth in holiness, the holiness of God, and Holiness in the Methodist Revival). Read the rest of this entry »
Guide to the Savior.
or Conditions of Attaining to and Abiding in Entire Holiness of Heart and Life.
by Prof. C.G. Finney.
Third Edition Oberlin:
JAMES M. FITCH.
In this 6 chapter book, Finney (Deeper Life) examines holiness and Christ within us. Read the rest of this entry »
Holiness of Christians in the Present Life
A SERIES OF 13 LECTURES
written by Charles G. Finney
Published in the OBERLIN EVANGELIST:1843
These are 13 lectures by Finney (Deeper Life) on various Christian virtures: Prove all things, nature of true virture, selfishness, Christian character, Christian warfare, putting on Christ, way to be holy, Fulness there is in Christ, Justification, unbelief, gospel liberty. Read the rest of this entry »
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification
by Walter Marshall
First published in 1692
Walter Marshall was an English Presbyterian minister – a Puritan – best known today for this excellent work on sanctification. Born in 1628, he was forced to leave his parish in the infamous Great Ejection of 1662. However, he remained faithful to the call of God, shortly finding another congregation which he pastored until his death in 1680. Read the rest of this entry »