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Faith Publishing House 1902

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Excerpt: Scripturally, the word sanctification has three meanings: First, separation; second, dedication; third, spirit­filling. Webster’s definition of it is as follows: “1. Sanctification is the act of God’s grace by which the affections of man are purified, or alienated from sin and the world, and exalted to a supreme love of God; also, the state of being thus purified or sanctified. 2. The act of consecrating, or setting apart for a sacred purpose.”


  • What is Sanctification?
  • The Apostolic Experience
  • Consecration and Dedication
  • The Holy Spirit of Promise
  • Our Inheritance
  • Sanctified by Faith
  • The Subtraction Process
  • Christian Perfection
  • Holiness
  • The Vine and the Branches
  • Some Helpful Thoughts on Consecration
  • Questions and Answers
  • Personal Experience

Product Details

  • Title: Sanctification
  • Author: J. W. Byers
  • Publisher: Gospel Trumpet
  • Publication Date: 1902

About J. W. Byers

J. W. Byers also authored Bible Humility and Parent and Child.

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