This book, written in 1895, can be seen as supplemental to The New Life , discussing with greater depth and breath the spiritual experience of the believer, with a clear exhortation to walk ever closer with God. The structure is simple and symmetrical – seven chapters concluding with a “Consecration” – with a passage of Scripture as the point of address for each chapter. The central chapter (the fourth) focuses on the idea of leaving the wilderness and entering into the promised land – an apt epitome for the entire work. This theme is framed in terms of “Fellowship with God” and “The Presence of Christ”, which leads to a richer and more fruitful life. The final appendix (“Consecration”) is a moving and challenging exhortation.
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