The Second Crisis in Christian Experience by Christian Wismer Ruth

The Second Crisis in Christian Experience

byChristian Wismer Ruth

Kobo ebook | April 11, 2015

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From the introduction (by G. A. McLaughlin)
We are more than pleased to recommend, as well as introduce, the public to this book.

Brother Ruth, the author, excels in the presentation of scriptural holiness. He does this in a scriptural way by letting the Bible speak for itself.

In these times when there are so many so-called holiness teachers who have a good deal to say about holiness in a very indefinite manner, we are glad to have this contribution to holiness literature that speaks emphatically, explicitly and definitely on the subject of Christian holiness. We would that ten thousand preachers might read this book and learn to be definite. We have noticed a tendency of late among the holiness evangelists to be misty and indefinite in their teachings. We wish they might all be required to read this book and sharpen up, both in their teachings and experience.

Brother Ruth is so scriptural and clear in his teachings and so cogent in his logic that it would be impossible for any candid man to affirm that he has not proved the doctrine. We bid God-speed to this volume and may it accomplish much for the Master’s service.

 

The Table of Contents are as follows:
Chapter 1 — THE TWO-FOLD ASPECT OF THE GOSPEL
Chapter 2 — CONSECRATION
Chapter 3 — THE SECOND WORK OF GRACE
Chapter 4 — THE TWO-FOLD NATURE OF SIN
Chapter 5 — NOT SANCTIFIED WHEN CONVERTED
Chapter 6 — YET CARNAL
Chapter 7 — THE LAW OF THE SPIRIT OF LIFE — (Rom. 8:2)
Chapter 8 — JUSTIFICATION MUST BE MAINTAINED
Chapter 9 — IF WE WALK IN THE LIGHT
Chapter 10 — BIBLE REASONS FOR SANCTIFICATION
Chapter 11 — SANCTIFICATION AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY
Chapter 12 — A HOLY HEART NECESSARY FOR HOLY LIVING
Chapter 13 — QUICKENED — CRUCIFIED
Chapter 14 — WHEN WAS ST. PAUL SANCTIFIED?
Chapter 15 — PAUL TESTIFIED TO SANCTIFICATION
Chapter 16 — WHY YOUNG PEOPLE SHOULD BE SANCTIFIED
Chapter 17 — SANCTIFIED FOR THE SANCTIFICATION OF OTHERS
Chapter 18 — HOLINESS A SPECIALTY
Chapter 19 — THE PERFECTION OF THE SANCTIFIED
Chapter 20 — SANCTIFIED PEOPLE SHOT
Chapter 21 — DEATHBED SANCTIFICATION
Chapter 22 — DANGER SIGNALS FOR THE SANCTIFIED
Chapter 23 — THE ANTISEPTIC QUALITY IN HOLINESS
Chapter 24 — THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS
Chapter 25 — HOLINESS MEANS ANTAGONISM TO SIN
Chapter 26 — HOLINESS ALL INCLUSIVE
Chapter 27 — AFTER SANCTIFICATION, WHAT?
Chapter 28 — PERFECT YET PRESSING
Chapter 29 — WITHOUT SPOT AND BLAMELESS — 2 Pet. 3:14
Chapter 30 — THAT REST
Chapter 31 — CHRISTLIKENESS
Chapter 32 — TEMPTATION
Chapter 33 — THE TUNNEL
Chapter 34 — ENLARGEMENT THROUGH DISTRESS
Chapter 35 — CONDITIONS OF SPIRITUAL SIGHT
Chapter 36 — THE SCRIPTURAL CONFLICT
Chapter 37 — EVIL THOUGHTS AND THOUGHTS OF EVIL
Chapter 38 — THE SECRET PLACE OF THE MOST HIGH
Chapter 39 — THE WAY OF VICTORY
Chapter 40 — TEN BRIEF REASONS FOR PREACHING HOLINESS AS A DEFINITE WORK OF GRACE

 

About the author:
Christian Wismer Ruth (1865-1941) was raised in a Christian home, and said that his family was one of true spirituality and godliness. Though exposed to religion throughout his childhood, he was not converted until the age of 17. 

Ruth was one of ten founding fathers of the Church of the Nazarene. His rally cry was always for unity, despite divisions in the holiness movement at the time.

Throughout his evangelistic ministry, he was always known as one who held sound doctrine. People were always excited to hear his insights into the scripture, as he was known to be trustworthy. 

Title:The Second Crisis in Christian ExperienceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 11, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990050376402

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