William Booth

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William Booth (10 April 1829 – 20 August 1912) was a British Methodist preacher who founded The Salvation Army and became its first General (1878–1912). The Christian movement with a quasi-military structure and government founded in 1865 has spread from London, England to many parts of the world and is known for being one of the largest distributors of humanitarian aid.

Works by this author

Language: English

A Ladder to Holiness

William Booth

Seven Steps to Full Salvation

This ladder is constructed on the plan described in the tract entitled ‘How to be Saved,’ and is intended for the use of those seeking for holiness of heart.

FIRST STEP - I AM A CHILD OF GOD

SECOND STEP - I KNOW, WITH SORROW, THAT SIN STILL EXISTS IN MY HEART AND LIFE

THIRD STEP - I BELIEVE THAT JESUS CHRIST CAN SAVE ME FROM ALL SIN

FOURTH STEP - I NOW CHOOSE, WITH ALL MY HEART, TO BE HOLY

FIFTH STEP - I RENOUNCE ALL KNOWN SIN AND ALL DOUBTFUL THINGS

English
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Book

In Darkest England and the Way Out

William Booth
Title Page

Includes appendices

English
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Book

Purity of heart

William Booth
Title

Subtitle: : letters by General Booth to Salvationists and others 

CONTENTS
01  Purity: What It Is
02  Purity Commanded
03  Purity Means Deliverance
04  Purity Described
05  Purity And Love
06  Purity Possible
07  Purity, God's Gift
08  Purifying Faith
09  Witnesses
10  How To Keep Pure
English
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Book
Language: Français

Comment être santifié

William Booth

Echelle à sept de"rés qu'un enfant de Dieu doit "ravir pour parvenir à l'entière Sanctification, et vivre de manière à être agréable à Dieu.

PREMIER ÉCHELON - Je auia un enfant de Dieu.

DEUXIÈME ÉCHELON - Je reconnais avec douleur que le péché tient encore de la place dans mon coeur et dans ma vie.

TROISIÈME ÉCHELON - Je crois que Jésus-Christ peut me délivrer de tout péché.

QUATRIÈME ÉCHELON - Je prends dès à présent la résolution d'être sanctifié.

French
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