Life of Faith consists of three of Charles Orr's books on Faith in Christian Life. In Christian Conduct Orr plainly marks out the Christian way to live. There are frequent occurrences along the journey of life which remind us that we are only pilgrims, traveling to an eternal beyond, to which we may be called any day. Surely you cannot fail to comprehend the necessity of living every hour in such a way that, should the summons come, you could go softly and peacefully to your eternal rest. Divine Realities - The Christian is a new creation in Christ. He has a sense of Divine realities, which loosen him from the things of time - and woo him to heavenly life. He moves in an aura of joy and gladness. Every thought, word, and deed of his new-born life - fashions him more into the likeness of Jesus. Incense from Golden Vials - It may be, that some reader may question and even deny that man may have such a sweet and intimate communion with God as herein described. If so, I would ask him not to deny, but merely to say that he is not acquainted with such a life. I would ask the reader to read slowly and thoughtfully. Especially would I have him meditate upon the quotations on the closing pages.