The Keswick Convention 1941: Notes and Addresses Revised By The Speakers (The Keswick Week)

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The following Keswick Convention was delivered during World War II.  For this reason the messages contained were from some of the best messages preached in earlier years.

Contents include:

 I.—INTRODUCTORY by W. H. ALDIS

THE KESWICK MESSAGE by REV. J. RUSSELL HOWDEN

II.—CONVICTION AND CONFESSION OF SIN by J. M. WAITE

FIRST BIBLE READING

CULTIVATION OF CHRISTIAN CHARACTER by W. GRAHAM SCROGGIE

SIN AND SINNING by E. L. LANGSTON

THE SIN OF CHRISTIANS by THEO M. BAMBER

III.—SURRENDER TO THE LORD by R. H. STEPHENS RICHARDSON

SECOND BIBLE READING

THE ELEMENTS OF CHRISTIAN CHARACTER by W. GRAHAM SCROGGIE

THE SURRENDERED LIFE by JOHN MACBEATH

THE CALL TO SURRENDER by W. D. JACKSON

IV.—THE FULLNESS OF THE SPIRIT by CLARENCE H. M. FOSTER

THIRD BIBLE READING

BALANCED CHRISTIAN CHARACTER by W. GRAHAM SCROGGIE

THE INFALLIBLE SECRET OF CHRISTIAN LIVING by REV. GUY H. KING

POWER FROM ON HIGH by REV. W. W. MARTIN

V.—KESWICK AND CONSECRATED SERVICE by W. H. ALDIS

FOURTH BIBLE READING

COMPLETE CHRISTIAN CHARACTER by W. GRAHAM SCROGGIE

KESWICK…. “INTO ALL THE WORLD” by MILDRED CABLE

KESWICK AND THE STUDENT WORLD by REV. HUGH A. EVAN HOPKINS

 

KESWICK MESSAGES FROM YEARS PAST….

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE KESWICK MESSAGE FOR TODAY by HARRY A. IRONSIDE

W. AINLEY

R. S. WILSON

ROBERT A. LAIDLAW

MONTAGUE GOODMAN

SIR FRANCIS OUTRAM

JAMES LITTLE

H. GOING

THE LOOK THAT TURNED DEFEAT INTO VICTORY By GEORGE GOODMAN

THE KESWICK CONVENTION IN VIEW

The Keswick Convention or Keswick Week was a series of meetings which sprang out of the Holiness Movement in 1875.  Keswick speakers included Andrew Murray, F.B. Meyer, Hudson Taylor, A.T. Pierson, D.L. Moody, A.W. Tozer, Steven Alford among others.  Early on, the convention set an order for the meetings that would endure for generations.  The yearly meetings emphasized —

1) Sin, its nature, man’s helplessness, man’s trespasses, man’s wickedness, the Christian’s sin and man’s incredible need.

2) Christ’s provision, His person and work, the exchange from Adam’s life to that of Christ.

3) Repentance, Consecration and Holiness, Abandonment to Christ, Sanctification by faith.

4) The Spirit filled life, Christ within the believer, His power and presence.

5) Evangelism and Missions as a Mandate.

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