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Sermons On Isaiah

P.F. Bresee

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Wherever the ministry of Dr. P. F. Bresee is known his fondness for the book of Isaiah is also reported, and the helpfulness of the messages which he brought from this portion of the Book of Books is noised abroad. It was therefore a wonderfulMoreWherever the ministry of Dr. P. F. Bresee is known his fondness for the book of Isaiah is also reported, and the helpfulness of the messages which he brought from this portion of the Book of Books is noised abroad. It was therefore a wonderful service which Rev. C. J. Kinne performed when he, with the consent of Dr. Bresees family, prepared the manuscript of twenty of these sermons for the press.It should be remembered that the outlines, notes and fuller discussions found herein were intended only as aids to Dr. Bresee in his own preparation for the pulpit, and that their appearance in book form was never in his mind. This accounts for much otherwise unexplainable brevity and abruptness, and for a certain lack of finish which one would ordinarily expect.But in preparing the copy for the press, Rev. Kinne followed the plan of making originality and personal characteristics his guide, and hence he made as few corrections and alterations as consistency would permit. Therefore we have a book as near like it would have been if Dr. Bresee had prepared it for the press himself as it is possible to obtain, and it will be read with special interest by all who knew this famous preacher and leader in the Church of God in connection with the organization and work of the Church of the Nazarene. And besides this, many who were not permitted to hear the Word as it was spoken by this modern prophet will become somewhat acquainted with him by reading what he said.This book deserves and will obtain a wide circulation and an interested reading. It will serve to instruct and inspire all those who long to be holy in heart and useful in life. It will bless and lift through its seraphic tenor, and yet it will encourage by its practical application of the sublimest truths. The appearance of this book just at this time is exceedingly timely, because its teachings are so positive and its spirit so full of genuine devotion. May the blessings of Him who inspired its great author rest upon the book and its readers!J. B. Chapman Editor Herald of Holiness Kansas City, Mo. Dec. 24, 1925