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Covet Earnestly
by C. L. Parker

Mr. Parker's book is not exhaustive, but it is provocative. In its small compass, however, it covers much ground, drawing examples from both 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.

Aaron Linford