Byron J. Rees was born at Westfield, Indiana to parents of ministers in the Society of Friends. When he was five years of age they moved to Walnut Ridge, Indiana, where there was a Friends' meeting of more than ordinary size and activity. It was there that his conversion took place.
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Knowing God The Secret of True Strength
"The people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits." (Daniel 11:32).
If we are strong we impart strength to those with whom we come in contact. If God has commanded us to be strong, we can not afford to be weak. He has commanded nothing for which He has not provided. Every command carries with it the weight of a promise. He has ...read
The Fear of Man
The Fear of man is one of the most illogical things in the world. Men sell the blood of Jesus and hope of heaven and eternal happiness because of "what people say."
Think of it, afraid of a man who will die and be buried under ground before he rots! Frightened at a thing dressed in a long black coat and a tall hat and a frown; a thing which wil ...read
The Heart-Cry of Jesus - Table of Contents
TO MY MASTER, EVEN CHRIST.
THE NEED OF THE DAY.
The saying, "Necessity is the mother of Invention," finds nowhere a more vivid illustration of its truth than in the publishing enterprises of the modern Holiness movement. The onward movement of the Holy Ghost along Pentecostal lines, convicting of depravity, ...read