This brilliant volume does all the biblical spadework for the reader, assembling all the references to the baptism, filling and sealing of the Spirit, and explaining what they mean. It deals also with Holy-Spirit-related terms such as anointing and communion, as well as the emblems of the Spirit, and resisting, grieving or quenching the Spirit. It is for all lovers of the Word, but is a message-preparer's delight.
W E Biederwolf (1867-1939) issued this in 1903 to counteract the many confusing statements about the Holy Spirit being made by popular preachers (such as Andrew Murray).
In today's charismatic climate it is more needed than ever. The author was a Princeton Seminary educated American who served as a pastor, army chaplain and evangelist.