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The absolute reality of Christ to the Christian; consciousness of His presence; the power of Christ within.
The unbeliever never faces the facts; the meaning of repentance; the desire to forget the facts and work of the devil; the final audit.
The example of the Christian as seen in Paul; smug; self-satisfied Christianity a contradiction; the Christian is someone who understands life.
The Christian is in a new realm; the Christian and the carnal views of life compared; the Christian hope : the return of Christ; the manner of His coming.
The consequences of becoming a Christian; the importance of testing oneself; a new life; the Christian view of life entirely based on the revelation of Christ.
Christianity must be defined; what makes a person a Christian? the Christian and true worship; confidence only in Christ; rejoice in Christ Jesus.
How does one become a Christian? all are condemned by God's law; arrested by Christ; from judgement to life; the example of Paul's conversion.
The subtlety of the devil in religious attitudes; enemies of the Cross who call themselves Christians; worldliness examined; the Cross misrepresented; the judgement of all enemies of the Cross.
Christianity not a theory or a philosophy; Christianity is experimental; the example of Paul; confusion of emotional experience with conversion; that which the world values becomes valueless; a knowledge of the person of Christ.
The marks of Christian conversion; why some are not Christians; conversion is personal; the need for God's revelation; Paul's sincerity before conversion; the danger of religion; the new man.