The Keswick Convention 1931: Notes and Addresses Revised By The Speakers (The Keswick Week)

This book has been carefully reviewed and formatted for Kindle. The 1931 Keswick Week is a reflection of a Spirit Filled Life Conference held in 1931. However, the authors and messages are messages which will challenge you in your walk with the Lord and will encourage you to pursue Him in a greater and fresher way. For more information on Keswick Teaching skip to the bottom of this description. Authors include R. B. Stewart, W. W. Martin, Bishop Taylor Smith, H. W. Hinds, A. Lindsay Glegg, Guy King, S. D. Gordon, E. L. Langston, W. H. Aldis, S. M. Warner, and Daily Bible readings by W. Y. Fullerton on God’s Intention- God Beginning, God Speaking, God Appearing and God Perfecting. Messages Include:

COME YE TO THE WATERS
THE MULTITUDE OF ONE HEART
The Opening Meeting
Centers of Blessings
THE RICHES OF GRACE
The Rest that Abides
The Present Experience of Joy
The Autobiography of a Christian
THE ASSURANCE OF FAITH
GOD’S INTENTION – I. God Beginning,
The Secret of Sanctification
Crowing Christ as Lord
The Story of Sychar
The Great Examination Day
Grieve Not the Holy Spirit
THE BRIGHT OUTSHINING
GOD’S INTENTION—II. God Speaking
The Truth that Sets Free
Called Unto Liberty
Christ’s Promise of Rest
The Summer of Opportunity
THE BLESSEDNESS OF LIFE
GOD’S INTENTION—III. God Appearing
The Uttermost
The Presidency of the Spirit
The Incoming of Power
Peter’s Interview with Jesus
Steps into Blessing
THE PENTECOSTAL RESPONSE
GOD’S INTENTION— IV. God Perfecting
A Life of Maintained Holiness and more.

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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