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“New Testament Holiness,” Chapter 7 – “The Present Tense of Cleansing” (by Thomas Cook)

This entry is part 7 of 25 in the series New Testament Holiness (audio)

The Present Tense of Cleansing
an unabridged audio recording of
Chapter 7 of the book
New Testament Holiness
by
Thomas Cook
read by Marc Adams

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With the kind permission of

RevivalClassics.com,

Finest of the Wheat Teaching Fellowship presents the audio-book version of Evangelist
Thomas Cook’s spiritual classic, New Testament Holiness.  The reader is
Marc Adams of Revival Classics.  In chapter 7 of New Testament Holiness,
Evangelist Thomas Cook explores the when of sanctification.  When God commands us,
“Be ye holy, for the I Lord your God am holy,” is He speaking of some time other
than now?  You’ll hear the simple answer in the chapter
entitled

The Present Tense of Cleansing.

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  • Audiobook copies of New Testament Holiness on CD may be purchased from

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    RevivalClassics.com

    in either:

    • Standard paperback format; or,
    • Special, spiral-bound study edition.
  • An online version of New Testament Holiness, with notes by Pastor Jim Kerwin,
    is also available on our own Finest of the Wheat website.  Here is the link to

    Chapter 7: The Present Tense of Cleansing.

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Series Navigation<< “New Testament Holiness,” Chapter 6 – “Purity and Maturity” (by Thomas Cook)“New Testament Holiness,” Chapter 8 – “A God-Possessed Soul” (by Thomas Cook) >>
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