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“Too persuasive to ignore....The single most important person in the reinterpretation of the Church’s doctrine of divine healing was Charles Wesley Naylor.” -Michael S. Stephens, “Who Healeth All Thy Diseases: Health, Healing, and Holiness in The Church of God Reformation Movement”
Chapter 1 - What is Man Chapter 2 - The True Purpose of Life Chapter 3 - The Moral State of Man Chapter 4 - How to Find God Chapter 5 - Regeneration Chapter 6 - Regeneration—Continued Chapter 7 - The Christian Life Chapter 8 - Native Depravity Chapter 9 - Entire Sanctification Chapter 10 - Entire Sanctification—Continued Chapter 11 - Christian Perfection Chapter 12 - The Sanctified Life Chapter 13 - Sin Chapter 14 - Sin—Continued Chapter 15 - Principles of Divine Law Chapter 16 - How to Walk to Please God Chapter 17 - Adorning the Doctrine Chapter 18 - Fellowship with God Chapter 19 - Human Fellowship Chapter 20 - Transformation of Divine Energy Chapter 21 - Our Natural Propensities Chapter 22 - Our Natural Propensities—Continued Chapter 23 - Our Natural Propensities—Continued Chapter 24 - Meddling with the Scales Chapter 25 - Acceptable Service Chapter 26 - Providences and Circumstances Chapter 27 - Remaking Ourselves Chapter 28 - Faith Chapter 29 - Faith—Continued Chapter 30 - Spiritual Retrogression Chapter 31 - Backsliding and Fainting Chapter 32 - The Crucified Life Chapter 33 - Three Spiritual Elements Chapter 34 - Trials Chapter 35 - Trials—Continued Chapter 36 - How to Count
“Life is a series of problems. None of these problems are of more importance than those which relate to the spiritual life. Upon their proper solution rest both our present and future happiness. It has been the author's purpose throughout this book to set forth in as practical a way as possible some of the things that he has learned in his twenty-five years of Christian life, the greater part of which has been spent in preaching and writing of the things of the kingdom of God. For the past nine years he has been a shut-in as the result of a serious injury, but these years upon his bed, with Pain for his constant companion, have taught him many things that might have escaped him in the busy days of a more active life. The subject matter of this treatise falls naturally into three parts. The first is intended to show men how to find God and enter into the enjoyment of true sonship with its attendant blessing. The second deals with some of the essential doctrines of the Christian faith from the standpoint of their practical bearing on human life. The third deals with problems that sooner or later present themselves to every Christian for his solution. Upon their correct solution hangs the prosperity and happiness of his life. This part of the book will be to the Christian the richest and most beneficial of all. He may find herein an answer to many of his heart's questionings and a "lamp to his feet" in some of life's dark hours. “ -Charles Wesley Naylor
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Charles W. Naylor was paralyzed by an accident while he was a young man. He spent the rest of his life encouraging and counseling people through his Christian books and songs.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1500715476