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Title: The Way To Pentecost


Author: Chadwick, Samuel



The criticism has been hurled at the people who believe and preach the Wesleyan interpretation of full salvation that their teaching is noticeably void of Scriptural proof and Biblical terminology. The charge is false, of course, and there are ample books to be found which witness to the contrary. This little volume is one of them. Dr. Chadwick, the author of "The Way to Pentecost" was first a godly man. Likewise he was a life long student of the Word. His writings reflect an unusual insight into the teachings of God's Word relative to the deeper things of the Spirit. The meat of the Word was a steady diet for him, and his soul reached a spiritual robustness that suggested an "inner circle" relationship with his Lord. The path he followed in his relationship with Christ was via Pentecost -- his own personal Pentecost. The Wesleyans of England had in Samuel Chadwick an able exponent of the great fundamental doctrine which John Wesley was called of God to enunciate with such clarity. This little book epitomizes the personal experiences to be associated with the believer and the Holy Spirit in the working out of God's redeeming love.