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Sunday, June 19, 2016

Excerpts from Impressions, by Martin Wells Knapp, 1

IMPRESSIONS By Martin Wells Knapp
PREFACE The author has written this book for the following reasons: 1. Because of the great need of light and the absence of books on this subject. 2. It is believed that Some have gone over the falls of fanaticism, and that others have been greatly perplexed and hindered in their life work on account of lack of such light. 3. Some who read the two sections, which were published, declared themselves to have been greatly helped thereby. 4. God brought the subject-matter to the author's mind, laid it upon his heart, and opened the way for its writing and publication. He feels that equally with his other books, God has directed and will bless in its circulation and perusal. He also believes that with His blessing upon it, it will prove a light-house by life's sea, which will help to warn of threatening danger, and aid its readers in standing "perfect and complete in all the will of God." To whom be glory forever.

From Impressions, by Martin Wells Knapp. Original publication date, 1892. Public domain. My source is here.

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