There is an interest among Christians in discerning what the New Testament ideal is for Christian living. There is a desire to be totally committed to the will of God. This willingness to be set apart (the root meaning of sanctify) creates a fresh interest in the doctrine of sanctification. The author addresses this interest in a readable style with ample illustrations that make the doctrine applicable to daily life.
Thirty-one lessons are developed under five parts: (1) Defining the Deeper Life; (2) Our Need for the Deeper Life; (3) God’s Provision for the Deeper Life; (4) Entering the Deeper Life; (5) Living the Deeper Life.