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Arthur Vess wrote very practical books on Christian living. He was a man focused on getting people ready for eternity and warning against error. In one of his books he cited an interesting quote by John Wesley that, considering the state of the Church in Europe today, almost seem prophetic. "I am not afraid that the people called Methodists will ever cease to exist in Europe or America. But I am afraid lest they should only exist as a dead sect, having the form of religion without the power. And this undoubtedly will be the case unless they hold fast both the doctrine, spirit, and discipline with which they first set out."

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How To Preach And Teach Holiness - Table of Contents
      Holiness is the greatest theme of the Holy Scriptures, the greatest theme of the ages. Holiness is the foundation of the nature and character of God, and of saints and angels. It is the greatest attribute of God, which rules and controls all His other attributes. Without holiness, God would be unmerciful in His justice and unjust in His mercy; part ...read
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The Bible on the Tongues Doctrine - Table of Contents
      If the writer of these lines ever felt directed and inspired to write a treatise on any subject, it is on the subject now before us, "The bible on the Tongues Doctrine." He has nothing but love for all persons and parties, whatever they may believe or teach about the subject of Tongues. He has no desire to abuse or accuse those who differ from him ...read
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The Loophole - Table of Contents
      The many expressions of appreciation and the increasing demand for the message of this booklet calls for a Third Edition. The effect and reactions to the Former Editions were about as expected, except in a few exceptions, which were very interesting and revealing. Those who believe in the old fashioned Bible standards of true holiness have been ver ...read

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