Item description for Work of the Holy Spirit: by Octavius Winslow & O. Winslow...
Overview This book is well worth reading...the merits of the study are that it is biblical - usually there are plenty of references to support an assertion, and the book proceeds by exegesis of verses and passages; it is practical, the aim being so to expound the doctrine as to promote the expereience; it is well set out with headings and sub-headings, so that the substance is not lost in vagueness, and the reader is not lost in complexity... J.A. Motyer.
Publishers Description 'A reprint of a thorough and moving work on the place of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer ...'The Australian Church Record
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Studio: Banner of Truth
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.13" Width: 4.77" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1991
Publisher Banner of Truth
ISBN 085151152X ISBN13 9780851511528
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More About Octavius Winslow & O. Winslow
Octavius Winslow was a Baptist minister in the 19th century. He served in pastorates in the United States and England, and was a contemporary of Charles Spurgeon and J.C. Ryle. Winslow became one of the most well-known evangelical preachers of his time, and wrote more than forty books in which he promoted an experiential knowledge of the precious truths of God.
Octavius Winslow was born in 1808 and died in 1878.
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Classic Reading on the Holy Spirit Jan 6, 2005
THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT was written in the late 1800's right before the dawn of the modern charismatic movement. Little did Dr. Winslow know that his book would be cast away as many begin to seek after experiences rather than sound doctrinal teaching about the Spirit as Winslow taught.
The book covers nearly every facet of the ministry of the Spirit from His deity to His convicting, His regeneration of dead men, and His teaching of the saints. The book is not some dry doctrinal essay on the Spirit but is every much as its title says: AN EXPERIMENTAL AND PRACTICAL VIEW. While Dr. Winslow doesn't deal with the charismatic issues, he does give a beautiful Biblical view of the Person and work of the Holy Spirit.