Old and New Testaments of the exhibitions of these divinely-bestowed gifts. The book is doctrinal, but not dogmatic: the author would be the last man to claim finality for his opinions. He would, doubtless, rather say with Paul: "Consider what I say, and the Lord give thee understanding in all things." His chief aim is to stir up a desire for these gifts, and if through these pages believers come into a fuller understanding and enjoyment of Spiritual Gifts, this book will have achieved its purpose.
May I commend these chapters to you? They are a distinct contribution to a subject so precious to all Pentecostals, and so necessary to all Christians.AARON LINFORD, Editor, Redemption Tidings