The following 26 sermons were given by AT Jones at the General Conference of 1895 as recordin the General Conference Bulletin.
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These sermons present the Righteousness of Christ in the context of Religious Liberty.
In the first several sermons, Jones lays the groundwork of the politics of his day, showing the fulfillment of prophecy in the push for a union of church and state.
This may be a challenge for some, but if patient, the reader will be richly rewarded.
Even though many of the issues of that day are gone, and msot of these organizations no longer exist, the principles are forever the same!
Posted by Nancy F. on 17th Jan 2018
Each and every time I read one of the GCB of that time, it open's my eyes as if I were completely blind before. I have never seen Jesus in all His sacrifice and love than I did reading this series (and I've read it twice before). I guess you mature...but oh, how I wish I could have been sitting in that crowd listening. When he talks about the latter rain and disputes the idea of it falling as it did at Pentecost, it was so encouraging. We pray now, and the blessings come now. There will be no light, no great event. We either prepare and surrender all to this marvelous Savior or "Desires for goodness and holiness are right as far as they go; but if you stop here, they will avail nothing. Many will be lost while hoping and desiring to be Christians. They do not come to the point of yielding the will to God.” (SC 47-48). Always, always pray before you study your Bible that the helper at your side will be a heavenly helper and not an imposter.