"Sanctification is the only sure mark of Gods' election ... It is not given to us in this world to study the pages of the book of life, and see if our names are there. But if there is one thing clearly and plainly laid down about election, it is this that elect men and women may be known and distinguished by holy lives."
Holiness is a classic exposition on the doctrine of sanctification, or "Christian perfection" as it had come to be known in the Wesleyan tradition. Written in the 19th century by the esteemed bishop of Liverpool, this book has had wide appeal since its first publication and has been a fixture in the libraries of Christians everywhere across various denominations. Ryle's discursive style coupled with his distinctive candor and pastoral voice are a much-needed resource for Christians today seeking to live sanctified lives commensurate to their calling and justification in Christ.
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