The Keswick Convention 1961: Notes and Addresses Revised By The Speakers (The Keswick Week)

The Keswick Convention 1961 includes::
Chairman’s Message of Welcome by REV. A. T. HOUGHTON
A Transforming Experience by REV. GEORGE DUNCAN
In Churches and Tents- The Spirit from on High by DR. PAUL S. REES
The Miracle that Middle Age Demands by REV. GEORGE B. DUNCAN
Mastery in the Storm by REV. GEORGE B. DUNCAN
Facing the Fundamentals by REV. E. J. ALEXANDER
Springs of Consolation- TRIUMPH IN TROUBLE- Bible Reading- (i) The Obligations of Privilege by DR. PAUL S. REES
The Damage Wrought By Sin by REV. H. W. CRAGG
The Dangers of Illegitimate Desire by REV. GEORGE B. DUNCAN
Three Causes of Spiritual Defeat by REV. E. J. ALEXANDER
God’s Grieved Spirit by DR. PAUL S. REES
The Redeemer’s Welcome Voice- TRIUMPH IN TROUBLE- Bible Reading- (ii) Behavior That Wins Through by DR. PAUL S. REES
“Come…Take My Yoke” by REV. J. A. CAIGER
Deliverance from Self Despair by REV. J. L. BIRD
God’s Pattern for Daily Living by REV. W. M. CRAIG
Life Issuing out of Death by REV. GEORGE B. DUNCAN
Thirsty Souls Receive Supplies- TRIUMPH IN TROUBLE- Bible Reading- (iii) Behavior That Wins Through by DR. PAUL S. REES
Victorious Christian Living by REV. J. L. BIRD
The Yoke of the Lord Jesus by REV. H. W. CRAGG
A Burning and a Shining Light by REV. J. A. CAIGER
Obedience and Its Motive by REV. K. F. W. PRIOR
Life and Everlasting Joys- TRIUMPH IN TROUBLE- Bible Reading- (iv) Alerted Against Danger by DR. PAUL S. REES
The Fullness of the Spirit by REV. W. M. CRAIG
The Family Gift by DR. PAUL S. REES
God’s Answer to our Sense of Need- Christ by REV. J. L. BIRD
Christ Glorified in Us by REV. H. W. CRAGG
The Gospel Amid a World in Ferment (Missions Update)
Discovering and Doing the Will of God by REV. H. W. CRAGG
Thou Art Worthy by REV. A. T. HOUGHTON
Young People’s Meetings- Conflict in the Christian Life by REV. E. J. ALEXANDER
Faith in the Christian Life by REV. K. F. W. PRIOR
Obedience in the Christian Life by REV. E. J. ALEXANDER
Growth in the Christian Life by REV. K. F. W. PRIOR
Early Morning Prayer- Missionary Prayer Meetings
Reception for Missionaries and Overseas Visitors

ABOUT THE EARLY KESWICK CONVENTION:: The early Keswick Convention Meetings started in 1875. These weekly meetings, held once a year, promoted biblical holiness and obedience to the word of God. In the early days people flocked from all over the world to hear addresses by F. B. Meyer, Andrew Murray, J. Hudson Taylor, C. A. Fox, and others.

This Keswick Convention Journal contains the original addresses as given by the speakers as broken down into the days on which they were delivered. Normally, the Keswick Convention Schedule was broken down as follows:

Day 1- Identifying Sin, its causes, effects and crippling nature within the life of a believer. Also understanding man’s trespasses against God, man’s wickedness, the Christians sin and man’s incredible need for Christ.

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

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

Day 4- Understanding the Spirit filled life, Christ within the believer and His power and presence.

Day 5- Obeying Christ’s Command to be involved in Evangelism and Missions as a Biblical Mandate

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