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If one does not believe in the eradication of sin in the heart he does not believe in holiness. – R.T. (Roy Tilman) Williams, Sanctification – Experience and Ethics (KC: Nazarene Pub. House, 1928), 18.

It is quite easy to change one’s theory to suit his experience. – R.T. (Roy Tilman) Williams, Sanctification – Experience and Ethics (KC: Nazarene Pub. House, 1928), 19.

Regeneration is salvation from the voluntary commission of sin; sanctification is

salvation from the being of sin. – R.T. (Roy Tilman) Williams, Sanctification – Experience and Ethics (KC: Nazarene Pub. House, 1928), 22.

Man sanctifies himself through consecration.  God sanctifies him by the baptism of the Holy Ghost and fire. – R.T. (Roy Tilman) Williams, Sanctification – Experience and Ethics (KC: Nazarene Pub. House, 1928), 25.

All would like to have perfect love, greater power, more joy…but few seemingly are willing to die to self and sin. – R.T. (Roy Tilman) Williams, Sanctification – Experience and Ethics (KC: Nazarene Pub. House, 1928), 28.

R T Williams on this date 12/26/1906, married Eunice Harvey.  They were married in Texas.  Williams was a leading voice in the Church of the Nazarene.

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…The Nazarene…taught that the law of greatness was service, and the world looked and has seen that is true.  That a man is great because of birth or inheritance, or becasue he exercises power, is but a surface thought.

– P. F. Bresee, Sermons from Matthew’s Gospel(Kansas City: Nazarene Publishing House, nd), 70.    

 

Bresee died this date in 1915.  He founded the Church of the Nazarene.  E. A. Girvin wrote his biography, Phineas F. Bresee A Prince in Israel, Kansas City: Nazarene Publishing House, 1916.

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“If your religion won’t keep you out of sin in this world

it will not keep you out of hell in the world to come.”

                – Reuben Robinson, Religion, Philosophy, and Fun (Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 1957 (Eighth printing), 22.

Reuben Robinson “Uncle Buddy” died 11/2/1942, Pasadena, California.  He was a leading evangelist for the Church of the Nazarene.

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