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3 WONDERFUL BOOKS BY HARRY IRONSIDE
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Changed by Beholding
Holiness: The False and the True
Harry A. Ironside (1876-1951)
Harry (Henry) Ironside was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He became involved in Christian ministry and evangelism at the age of eleven and was often called the boy preacher. His devotion to God’s Word and his desire to see many come to salvation through Christ never waned. At the age of 53, he became pastor of Moody Bible Church in Chicago where he pastored for 19 years. Visit www.harryironside.com to read more by Dr. Ironside.
How is the Christian changed into the image of Christ? Is it through our own holiness or goodness? No, not possible. We do not become holy by looking into our own hearts. We shall only find corruption there. We are to look unto Jesus. By putting on the new man (rebirth), being cleansed by His Word and hiding it deep in our hearts, we are changed by...
By Harry A. Ironside In this book, Ironside gives us a two-fold treasure: First, he describes in detail the first six years of his Christian life in bondage, followed by disillusionments, and then the glorious freedom and life of grace that follows. Second, Holiness: The False & the True provides valuable insight based on Scripture on holiness,...
In penning the pages of this book, I have but one outstanding object before me—to make as plain as possible just how any troubled soul may find settled peace with God.
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