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“New Testament Holiness” Epigraph

This entry is part 3 of 28 in the series New Testament Holiness

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from the original 1902 edition of
Evangelist Thomas Cook’s
New Testament Holiness

From long experience and observation I am inclined to think that whoever finds redemption in the blood of Jesus, whoever is justified, has then the choice of walking in the higher or the lower path. I believe the Holy Spirit at that time sets before him the ‘more excellent way,’ and incites him to walk therein; to choose the narrowest path in the narrow way; to aspire after the heights and depths of holiness—after the entire image of God.  But if he does not accept this offer, he insensibly declines into the lower order of Christians.  He still goes on in what may be called a good way, serving God in his degree, and finds mercy in the close of life, through the blood of the covenant.

—John Wesley—

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