Pearls from the Deep is a collection of excerpts from the journal and writings of Job Scott, published in 1913. In his preface to this work, the editor John E. Southall, makes the following observation: “There was a time when Job Scott appealed to a much larger circle of readers than he is likely to meet with today. That is not because his style is archaic, or because any more modern writers have treated the deep and important subjects he writes on, more clearly, more forcibly or truly, but because the number of those who by actual experience can fully understand his language is smaller. Yet it is of the utmost importance to the Church of Christ that this quality of spiritual experience should remain on the earth, and bring forth its legitimate fruit, exercising the far reaching influence designed by the Great Husbandman.”

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Pearls from the Deep

Job Scott

Pearls from the Deep

by: Job Scott

Pearls from the Deep is a collection of excerpts from the journal and writings of Job Scott, published in 1913. In his preface to this work, the editor John E. Southall, makes the following observation: “There was a time when Job Scott appealed to a much larger circle of readers than he is likely to meet with today. That is not because his style is archaic, or because any more modern writers have treated the deep and important subjects he writes on, more clearly, more forcibly or truly, but because the number of those who by actual experience can fully understand his language is smaller. Yet it is of the utmost importance to the Church of Christ that this quality of spiritual experience should remain on the earth, and bring forth its legitimate fruit, exercising the far reaching influence designed by the Great Husbandman.” (Original title: Pearls From the Deep; Being Selections from the Works of that Eminent Servant of God, Job Scott, of Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.)

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