Spiritual Pauperism by W. B. Godbey

Spiritual Pauperism

byW. B. Godbey

Kobo ebook | March 10, 2015

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From the introduction:

If Satan had let us all alone, none of us would ever have had to work for a living, as God had abundantly provided; every tree bearing its delicious and hygienic fruit.

If Satan had let us alone, we would have used our time studying at the feet of our blessed Heavenly Father, who created us for His own companions, as in this great world it seemed that He felt lonesome, and consequently made man in His own image and likeness (Eph. 4:25), "righteousness and true holiness"; that we should be His love slaves forever. Do you not know that the slave is the happiest being in the world, if his master is rich and filled with love for him, as he will actually enjoy everything belonging to his master?...

Oh, how happy we are to be God's love slaves! I am delighted to do anything. He wants me to do, because I know that He is sure to take care of me. Unhesitatingly, I walk out over Hell on the plank of human probation, as I know that He is sitting on the inside end and not going to let it capsize.

Table of Contents are as follows:

Chapter 1: HOW ARE WE TO PLOW?

About the author:

William Baxter Godbey (1833-1920) is considered as one of the most influential evangelists in his time. He ministered salvation to thousands, and led many of those into entire sanctifiation. His ministry was marked by revival everywhere he went, and preached the Gospel for over 70 years. He travelled back and forth across the continental United States, and is said to have circled the globe in missionary work a full five times.

He wrote well over two-hundred books, (though many of them would be considered tracts or pamphlets rather than complete books) including a complete, seven-volume New Testament commentary, which paired well with his translation of the New Testament. 

It is truly unfortunate that Godbey is best known today for his eccentricity rather than his contributions to the Kingdom of God. One that will quickly become evident in his use of the initials "N.B." throughout many of his books. This is short for "Nota Bene" which means, "Note Well".

Without question, this tireless worker for God is worth remembering, and prayerfully, these books will continue to be a blessing for a new generation.

Title:Spiritual PauperismFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 10, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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