WALTER MARSHALL
Lived in the 1600s
(Presbyterian)

February 9, 2017 // Story

 

WALTER MARSHALL
Lived in the 1600s
(Presbyterian)

Walter Marshall, another Presbyterian, was a fellow of New College, Oxford, and later a

fellow of Winchester. In 1644, he published a book entitled “The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification
Opened.” Marshall writes, “Be sure to seek for holiness of heart and life only in its due order,
where God hath placed it — after union with Christ, justification, and the gift of the Holy Ghost;
and in that order seek it earnestly, by faith, as a very necessary part of your salvation.”

Source: “The March of Holiness Through The Centuries” by William S.

Deal, quoting from the Herald of Holiness, May 25, 1932

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