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made powerful by the Holy Ghost, for the conversion and true holiness of fallen man. Such writings can never be unprofitable.
The growing humility of Mr. Walker, and his increasing holiness, led him to greater expressions of sympathy with those he addressed in his later than in his earlier writings. The more really holy we are, the more like our Divine Redeemer we shall be, full of compassion and charity towards all suffering under the disease of sin - the worst of all our diseases, and which has so deeply infected us all ; and the more we grow in self-knowledge, while we increase in hatred of sin, the more we shall also have a yearning love over the souls of sinners, and tenderness, as well as holiness, in speaking of their sins. O how blessed is it to look backward to Jesus as having once appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself! and, then again, to look forward to his coming again in the blessed hope that unto them that look for him, he shall appear
the second time without sin unto salvation. Heb. ix. 26–28.
The Catechism sets forth true faith as the means of our being partakers
of salvation in Christ
An exhortation to young persons to seek most seriously Christ and spi-
Believing in Jesus declares my believing in him as my deliverer from
the power of darkness and ignorance
Human reason not sufficient to discover the way of salvation . 109
The teaching of the Word and Holy Spirit necessary thereto