Item description for The Way to Pentecost by Samuel Chadwick...
Overview No other book on the subject of Pentecost so clearly analyzes both our spiritual problems and God's wonderful promise concerning the supply of His Spirit. An excellent choice for those yearning for more of God.
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Studio: Christian Literature Crusade
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.68" Width: 4.74" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.27 lbs.
Release Date Feb 26, 2001
Publisher CLC MINISTRIES INTNL. #91
ISBN 0875085792 ISBN13 9780875085791
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More About Samuel Chadwick
Samuel Chadwick was born in 1860 and died in 1932.
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Old Methodist Understanding of Spirit Baptism Apr 11, 2005
Dr. Samuel Chadwick's books are all classics! If you enjoy the writing of A.W. Tozer, Stephen Hill, or Leonard Ravenhill then you will greatly enjoy the man who literally started the fire in their hearts, the late Samuel Chadwick. Dr. Chadwick was the President of the old Methodist college in Leeds, England. His writing is not typical Methodist of our day with their liberal views but he writes with the heart and fire of John Wesley.
This short book was based on a series of articles that Dr. Chadwick wrote at Leeds College on the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Identifying himself with the Pentecostal Methodists of the late 19th century, Chadwick's theology is reflected in this book on the Baptism with the Holy Spirit. Chadwick is not charismatic or modern Pentecostal in his thought but believes the Baptism of the Spirit brings power for service (R.A. Torrey, D.L. Moody) and is evident through prayer and holiness.
While you might not agree with Chadwick's second work theology, the passion this man had for Jesus is clear. You will read this book and you will be hungry to pray.
A good read Aug 12, 2004
This short little book is a good meditation on the power of God in the baptism of the Holy Spirit. The book reminds me a bit of A.W. Tozer's "Knowledge of the Holy" which is very devotional in nature. Some of the book is a bit repetitive as this is simply a collection of articles that Chadwick wrote. Thus, chapter after chapter does not build on previous insight from other chapters, and one is not taken as deep as you might go in other books. Still though, there are some absolutely profound chapters in this book.
In addition to this book, one would do well to read Leonard Ravenhill's "Why Revival Tarries," and Jim Cymbala's "Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire," "Fresh Fiath," and "Fresh Power" trio.