The Whosoever Gospel by Aaron Merritt Hills

The Whosoever Gospel

byAaron Merritt Hills

Kobo ebook | April 2, 2015

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From the Introduction:
There are teachers and preachers, not a few, who deal chiefly in discouragements and condemnations. They measure the infinite mercy of God by the tapeline of their own littleness, and then report to the world that it is only a meager thing after all, and that but few can be saved. They go to musty creeds two or three hundred years old for their theology, instead of repairing to the everlasting Word — the Fountain of saving truth. They teach that the atonement was limited to the few, and grace is an arbitrary, autocratic, and aristocratic affair, in spite of all God’s assertions to the contrary. It seems as if such misguided men would rather proclaim the narrowing, soul-dwarfing traditions of men, than to blow the gospel trumpet and proclaim the world-wide grace of Him who “tasted death for every man,” and who stands on pierced feet and stretches out pierced hands with ineffable love and compassion, and cries, “Whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.”

This little book is designed to magnify this saving grace of the adorable Jesus, and to sound out the message of hope to sin-darkened, despairing souls. We are not of the number of those who join with the devil in heaping up obstacles and discouragements in the path of the sinner’s return to the arms of a forgiving God. Pardon and peace, yea, and sanctifying grace, are all ready for the willing soul; and Jesus appeals by every motive that can move the troubled heart to come to Him and be saved.

We recently heard Bud Robinson, the incomparable Texan preacher, say that he got converted, and then he got sanctified; after that he was a candidate for election to glory. (I Peter 1:2.) The election took place in heaven. God the Father voted for him; God the Son voted for him; God the Spirit voted for him; the angels counted the votes, and declared him unanimously elected to glory.

Dear reader, in spite of all your past sins, you, too, by repentance of sin and faith in Jesus, through the cleansing blood, and the baptism with the Holy Spirit, can secure a unanimous election to eternal glory.


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About the author:
Aaron Merritt Hills (1848-1935) was an American Methodist. Raised in a Christian home, he was saved at a revival meeting at the age of eleven. After high school, he attended Oberlin College, where he became acquainted with Charles Finney. 

After college, he pastored two churches over the course of sixteen years, and then entered into evangelistic work. At some point in his life, he found that he lined up more closely with the Nazarene church, and so threw his lot in with them. After a successful career (if it may be called thus) as an evangelist, he accepted the position of president at Texas Holiness University (now Peniel College). 

Throughout his life, Hills wrote many great books, and contributed much to the Kingdom of God. His legacy has long survived him, and doubtless he will be remembered for generations to come.

Title:The Whosoever GospelFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 2, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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