Familiar Talks on the Subject of the Higher Christian Life by Alfred Cookman

Familiar Talks on the Subject of the Higher Christian Life

byAlfred Cookman

Kobo ebook | January 24, 2015

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These "Familiar Talks," or addresses, were prepared by Alfred Cookman, and delivered at meetings for the promotion of holiness, conducted by himself, during his three years' pastorate of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, Wilmington, Delaware. They were written out in full by his own hand, with the purpose, no doubt, of having them published. But the good man dying soon after they were written, the family were not aware of the existence of the manuscript until some time after his death. '"Consecration" and "Experience" are added by the compiler.

These contain about all that Alfred Cookman has left, directly, on the subject of holiness, except his life, which is of more value than all beside. This will live as a vindication of holiness as an experience, when all else is forgotten.

These "Talks" are pervaded with the same spirit which was ever manifest in the man "whose praise is still in all the churches."

The contents are as follows:
Chapter 1 – THE EXPERIENCE DEFINED
Chapter 2 – FALSE VIEWS OF HOLINESS
Chapter 3 – FEARING THE LIGHT
Chapter 4 – AN ADDRESS TO UNWILLING BELIEVERS
Chapter 5 – ADDRESS ON RELIGIOUS PROGRESS
Chapter 6 – AN HONEST INQUIRER DIRECTED
Chapter 7 – VACILLATION IN CHRISTIAN LIFE
Chapter 8 – A LIFE OF FAITH
Chapter 9 – THE DUTY OF CONFESSION
Chapter 10 – OBJECTIONS TO PROFESSION
Chapter 11 – SAVED TO THE DEPTHS
Chapter 12 – THE BRANCH AND THE VINE
Chapter 13 – A SABBATH WITH BELIEVERS
Chapter 14 – CONSECRATION
Chapter 15 – EXPERIENCE

Title:Familiar Talks on the Subject of the Higher Christian LifeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 24, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990049806293

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