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"...there have been from the beginning two orders of Christians." The one live an innocent life, conforming in all things not obviously sinful to the fashions of the world, doing many good works, abstaining from sins, and attending the ordinances of God. They endeavor to have a conscience void of offense in their behavior, but they do not aim at special excellence. They aspire only to the average spiritual attainments.The other class of Christians not only abstain from every form of vice, but they are zealous of every kind of good work. They scrupulously attend all the ordinances of God. They use all diligence to attain the whole mind that was in Christ, and to walk in the very footsteps of their beloved Master."

Series

New Series;17

Publication Date

September 2011

Keywords

walking, Christian, path, higher, Christ, life

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Late 19th century Methodist Episcopal tract on issues from ethics to theology, New Series. Old URL: http://ecommons.asburyseminary.edu/xmlui/handle/10910/17574

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English

The Higher Path for Young Converts

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