• THE VICTORIOUS CHRISTIAN LIFE: A Lesson Series for the Earnest Christian
    Thomas W. Finley - Revised 2013 with new lessons and other revisions.

    The Victorious Christian Life is a lesson series that gives detailed help to those seeking to live the Christian life to its fullest. This lesson series is based on more than 36 years of the author's personal experience, as well as his research of the Scriptures and the finest Christian works available.

  • Romans 5 - 8 (The Believer’S Sanctification) Thomas W. Finley

  • The Keswick Convention—its Spiritual Lessons and Legacy. Thomas W. Finley
    This convention is likely the most famous and fruitful gathering for spiritual life in modern times. It started in Keswick, England in 1875. Although the Keswick Convention continues today, this paper covers the earlier years, which laid the foundation of its original classic teaching on experiencing a deeper walk with God.

  • The Law Of Liberty In The Spiritual Life Evan Henry Hopkins
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    Evan H. Hopkins (1837 - 1919) was probably born again in his early 20s. He then abandoned a scientific career and entered King’s College in London to prepare for ministry. At age 29 he became a priest in the Anglican Church. Starting in1870 he served for 30 years at the Holy Trinity Church, Richmond, London. In 1873 he began to believe and practice sanctification through faith. Soon he began to preach this truth at holiness conventions. He was an early leading speaker at the famous annual Keswick Convention in England which began in 1875.

  • THE CONSCIENCE: Its Importance In The Christian Life Thomas W. Finley

  • BONE OF HIS BONE - Going Beyond the Imitation of Christ F. J. Huegel

  • THE SPIRITUAL LIFE Andrew Murray
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    Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was born in South Africa, the son of missionaries from Scotland. He was educated in Scotland and the Netherlands and ordained for ministry by the Dutch Reformed Church. Murray was influenced by revival meetings in Scotland and a revival movement in the Netherlands. He returned to South Africa where he pastored several churches and was involved in the South African Revival of 1860. His great interest in the “inner life” is seen in his numerous books and tracts (perhaps 240+). He was a noted speaker and leader in the famous Keswick Convention.