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Save thyself.

Save thyself – Catherine Booth. LUKE xiii. 23-25.-`Then said one unto Him, Lord, are there few that be saved,? And He said unto them, Strive to enter in at the strait gate; for many, I say unto you, will seek

Posted in Christian character, Discipleship, Doctrine, Free-Will, Salvation, Sermons and teachings, William and Catherine Booth.

The faith that saves.

The faith that saves – Catherine Booth. ONE of the most abused texts in the Bible, and one which perhaps has been made to do as much work for the devil as for God, is that which occurs in the

Posted in Against heresies., Christian character, Discipleship, Doctrine, Obedience., Repentance, Salvation, Sermons and teachings, William and Catherine Booth.

Conditions of effectual prayer.

Conditions of effectual prayer – Catherine Booth. JOHN 15:7.–“If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.” MARK 11:24.–“Therefore I say unto you, What things

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What is repentance by Catherine Booth.

PART I: ENTERING THE HIGHWAY CHAPTER ONEWhat is Repentance? IN the mouths of three witnesses–John the Baptist, Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul–this word shall be established, that repentance is an indispensable condition of entering the Kingdom of God. People

Posted in Repentance, Salvation, William and Catherine Booth.

Popular Christianity.

Lectures Entitled: POPULAR CHRISTIANITY By CATHERINE BOOTH 1887 LECTURE IV:POPULAR CHRISTIANITY: ITS COWARDLY SERVICE vs. THE REAL WARFARE THE subject for this afternoon is The Cowardly Service of Popular Christianity in contrast with the Real Warfare which Christ demands of

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The Atonement of Jesus Christ; By William Booth General of the Salvation Army

What do we mean by the Atonement? The word itself simply means “at-one-ment”, the uniting of two beings who had been separate or apart. In everyday language the word is used to signify something done by the wrongdoer to make

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