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[It may be correctly stated that the material below does not contain an account of the

subject’s entire sanctification nor a direct testimony to the experience. It is inserted as a matter of
interest and evidence that Christians from the earliest times were aware of the need of that
”holiness without which no man shall see the Lord.” And, in some cases their written insights on
the subject may indeed have originated from personal experience. — DVM]

The first is from Clement of Rome, the man mentioned in Phil. 4:3. “Let us pray, therefore,

and implore of his mercy, that we may live blameless in love, free from all human partialities for
one against another. All the generations from Adam even unto this day have passed away; but those
who, through the grace of God have been made perfect in love, now possess a place among the
godly, and shall be manifest at the revelation of the kingdom of God.”

Source: “Objections to Holiness Considered”
by H. A. Baldwin

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(A Collection of Holiness Experience Accounts)
Compiled by Duane V. Maxey

Vol. I — Named Accounts

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