Holiness

Richard Coords, “Holiness of God”

, posted by Martin Glynn

James 1:17 states: “Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.” One of the most fundamental…

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A.J. Smith, “Delivered From Doubt”

, posted by Jon Gossman

Aaron Jacob Smith (1887-1960) was brought up in a Christian home and professed to have been converted in 1907. Five years later he attended college at University Park, Iowa and professed to be sanctified. He…

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Elmer Long, “How To Keep Filled”

, posted by Jon Gossman

Our Scripture lesson is found in Ephesians 5. I am reading only one sentence, but it goes through four verses. Beginning with 5:18, “And be ye not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be…

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Elmer Long, “Pentecost”

, posted by Jon Gossman

In order to answer some charges that are leveled against us concerning the disciples and Pentecost, we herein give a brief account of our position, one we believe to be true to the Bible. It…

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Roy Ingle, “The Misuse of Romans 7”

, posted by SEA

One of the worst misuses of Scripture to justify sinful living comes from Romans 7. How often have I heard people trying to justify their struggle with a particular sin by appealing to Romans 7….

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FWS Podcast: The Need for Holiness

, posted by Remonstrance

These episodes are the two parts of a lecture by Dr. John Oswalt that he presented at the 2019 Fundamental Wesleyan Society Conference. The topic of the lecture is the need for Holiness. The audio…

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Roy Ingle, “Pray Without Ceasing”

, posted by SEA

Prayer is sweet communion between the child of God and their heavenly Father. Prayer is not merely a time we set aside in our day to bless our food or ask God’s favour or help….

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Book Recommendation: Discovering Christian Holiness

, posted by drwayman

This book, written from the Wesleyan-Holiness perspective by Dr. LeClerc will give you not only a bit of a historical perspective of the Wesleyan-Holiness but also a good understanding of this holiness movement. Divided into…

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