The Way of Holiness

Samuel Logan BRENGLE (1860 - 1936)

Samuel Logan Brengle was a commissioner in the Salvation Army. His books are known for the practicality, joyfulness and authenticity. His life was spent working with people on the streets, so his insights into the work of the Holy Spirit are relevant to everyday life. His holiness was that of the street, the kitchen, and everyday life. His stories are of men and women living their daily lives. This is the third book in his "Holiness" series, which focuses on becoming like Jesus. - Summary by Beth Thomas

Genre(s): Christianity - Other

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Beth Thomas
00:03:08
Play 01 What is Holiness? Beth Thomas
00:07:27
Play 02 Why should we be Holy? Larry Wilson
00:08:39
Play 03 How to get Holiness Larry Wilson
00:14:50
Play 04 When can we be made Holy? Larry Wilson
00:06:12
Play 05 Holiness: A love service Beth Thomas
00:04:52
Play 06 Holiness and the Sanctification of the Body laurencetrask
00:11:27
Play 07 Holiness and Unconscious Influence laurencetrask
00:08:11
Play 08 Holiness and Humility Devorah Allen
00:08:04
Play 09 How to keep Holiness Kathleen Moore
00:11:39
Play 10 Holiness and Zeal for Souls Larry Wilson
00:06:00
Play 11 Holiness and Worry Devorah Allen
00:06:53
Play 12 Holiness and Duty Kathleen Moore
00:07:40
Play 13 Holiness and Prayer Larry Wilson
00:10:29