These seven “I Wills” are that of salvation, cleansing, confession, service, comfort, resurrection, and glory.
When Mr. Adams was in London, in August, 1868, Charles Haddon Spurgeon informed him that he had used “Baptists Thorough Reformers” as a text book in his Pastor’s College, regarding it as the best Manual of Baptist principles he had met.
This is an excellent Bible Dictionary put out by the American Tract Society. It has 2286 entries which are cross referenced and cross-linked along with the images in the original print verison (images are not possible in e-Sword because of the program’s structure, so use TheWord, and you will see all the images).
In this work, educator Betts (Methodist Episcopal) explains how a person teaches religion. He begins with the person of the teacher, then the great objective, a fourfold foundation (right aims, material, organization, and presentation), religious knowledge, religious attitude, connecting instruction with life and conduct, the subject matter of religious education, organization of the material, the technique, making truth vivid, types of teaching, and methods.