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“New Testament Holiness,” Chapter 20 – “Consecration” (by Thomas Cook)

This entry is part 20 of 25 in the series New Testament Holiness (audio)

Consecration
an unabridged audio recording of
Chapter 20 of the book
New Testament Holiness
by
Thomas Cook
read by Marc Adams

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Thomas Cook says, “Abraham might have been willing to give up every other thing he possessed,
but if he had not been willing to give up Isaac, all else would have been useless.  It is our Isaac God wants. 
When we willingly yield to this, we understand

Consecration,

the title of this chapter.

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.

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    in either:

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  • 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 20: Consecration.

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Series Navigation<< “New Testament Holiness,” Chapter 19 – “Vessels Unto Honour” (by Thomas Cook)“New Testament Holiness,” Chapter 21 – “Sanctifying Faith” (by Thomas Cook) >>
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