In these rare documents, Charles Fitch clarifies his position on sanctification and holiness by answering three questions:
1) Has God made provisions to save His people from their sins?
2) If so, can Christians avail themselves of it in this life?
3) In what way may this provision become available?
He uses the Bible as his only source to answer these important questions. This edition now includes a recently discovered discourse by Fitch on the Power of the Gospel given in 1841.
A successful Presbyterian minister, Fitch accepted the advent message from reading William Miller’s lectures and speaking with Josiah Litch. He threw himself wholeheartedly into the proclamation of the expected advent of Christ in 1844, and became a prominent leader in the advent awakening. Fitch devoted his life to preaching the necessity of personal preparation, and showed how the power of Christ could give victory over sin. He worked untiringly and unselfishly to prepare people for Christ's coming. Just 8 days before October 22, 1844, Charles Fitch died of pneumonia after baptizing three groups of people consecutively in the chilly waters of Lake Erie.
Written in 1840 under the title, Sin Shall Not Have Dominion Over You, this little volume is as timely and pertinent as it was when it was written. Learn how it is possible to keep the scriptural command of God, to “Be ye holy for I am holy.”
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