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Simpson was a "Christ preacher." Therefore it should be no surprise that his definition of sanctification centers on the person of Christ:
- We give ourselves to him, he takes us.
- We bring an empty hand, he fills it.
- We are the capacity, he is the supply.
- We are the temple, he occupies it.
- We are the channel, he flows through it.
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Wholly Sanctified was first published in 1890. A.B. Simpson preached these sermons then printed these shortly thereafter. As A. B. Simpson hoped the people would quickly endear themselves to the sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit. Simpson desired to see his congregations to follow full Godhead including the Holy Spirit and search and seek the full indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the sanctifying process within their lives. Based on the hope of true holiness. The chapters of this book are broken down into:
- Wholly Sanctified
- Sanctified Spirit
- A Sanctified Soul
- A Sanctified Body
- Preserved Blameless
- Even as He
- Legacy in Verse
A.B. Simpson stated, "I prayed a long time to get sanctified, sometimes, I thought I had it. On one occasion I felt something, and I held on with a desperate grip for fear it would go, and, of course, it went with the next sensation and the next mood. I lost it because I did not hold onto Him."
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