Thoughts on Christian Sanctity

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H.C.G. Moule (1885)

This is the first book I read by this Godly pastor/scholar, with great benefit. This dear brother does not waist words, his sentences are as a well packed suitcase. The book is on the true essence of faith and Christian life - dependence on Christ within, to love and please God in all things.


A well packed suitcase is

A well packed suitcase is putting it mild! This book is a challenging treasure truly inspired by scripture. i've read only a couple of chapters and find that each sentence leaves me with a desire to stop and reflect. i am optimistic that the remaining chapters will feed me in the same manner, wanting more. Scripture is at the core of this message as it should be. As a picky reader myself, not wanting to hear the opinions of others ,but rather God's i am glad to see the use of scripture riddled all throughout.

amen brother

Vaclav's picture

I'm so glad you're finding this dear brother's writings useful. I pray the Lord will lead others to be blessed by reading and meditating on it.

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