William Kellaway

The New Christian System of Living, or an Abundance for All (Classic Reprint)

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William Kellaway
   - The New Christian System of Living, or an Abundance for All (Classic Reprint)

Excerpt from The New Christian System of Living, or an Abundance for All

This is a holy book. It has been written under an impulsion of the Spirit. The manuscript of nearly a thousand pages was prepared in about forty days. Many of the thoughts herein contained never occurred to me before. Indeed, the remarkable thing about this book is that it is nearly as new to me as it will be to the reader. When I have read over a chapter after completion it has seemed as though I were reading the work of another.

And it is the work of Another. I did not premeditate it. I laid out no plan of composition or arrangement. But as I progressed, borne along by the spiritual Power, I put down what came to me to write. Therefore, I feel I am only an amanuensis in its production. It is new to me, after so many years of authorship, to be thus so directly moved by God and sustained by Him in prosecution of a task. In a sentence, this book has truly been begun, continued and ended in God. To some this may sound like fanaticism; but I am satisfied that nobody indwelt by God will find herein a single fanatical paragraph, or even line. It is far away from visionary. It is realistic, to the last word.

If anybody shall be disposed to criticize it as lacking art, and being crude in part or as a whole, I answer, this is not an art book. It was not composed for men's admiration, to win their praise. It is an unveiling, a message. Messages from God are not meant to be models of composition. The work belongs to the Pauline account of his ambassadorial visits.

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