A great deal has been said and written upon the subject of spiritual power, and perhaps I can add nothing original upon the subject, but may help to stir up some pure minds by way of remembrance. —The opening line in Chapter 1. The author makes a great point in opening this book. Without question, much has been said by many Christian authors concerning many different subjects, and doubtless much more has been said, whether right or wrong, since the publication of this book. In spite of this, Watson has proven himself to be a trusted voice for the word of God. Without question, the church today could use more 'spiritual power,' and this book may serve as the catalyst to wake some of us up. The Table of Contents are as follows: Chapter 1 — THE SECRET OF SPIRITUAL POWER (A) Chapter 2 — THE SECRET OF SPIRITUAL POWER (B) Chapter 3 — THE SECRET OF SPIRITUAL POWER (C) Chapter 4 — THE SECRET OF SPIRITUAL POWER (D) Chapter 5 — THE SECRET OF SPIRITUAL POWER (E) Chapter 6 — THE SECRET OF SPIRITUAL POWER (F) Chapter 7 — LIQUID AND SOLID FOOD Chapter 8 — HINDRANCES TO FAITH Chapter 9 — FAINT NOT Chapter 10 — AFFLICTION AND GLORY (A) Chapter 11 — AFFLICTION AND GLORY (B) Chapter 12 — THE ZONE OF ENTIRE CONSECRATION Chapter 13 — THE ENTIRETY IN CONSECRATION Chapter 14 — EXCAVATION BEFORE EDIFICATION Chapter 15 — THE NATURE OF PERFECT LOVE Chapter 16 — THE EFFECTS OF PERFECT LOVE Chapter 17 — SUPERFICIAL RELIGIOUS LIFE Chapter 18 — ENVY Chapter 19 — THE LEAKAGE OF LOVE Chapter 20 — THE INNER MAN Chapter 21 — SPIRITUAL DISCRIMINATION Chapter 22 — INSTANTANEOUS PURIFICATION Chapter 23 — HINDRANCES TO HOLINESS Chapter 24 — THE THREEFOLD EVIDENCE IN GRACE Chapter 25 — THE THREE MANIFESTATIONS OF JESUS Chapter 26 — WALKING IN LOVE Chapter 27 — HEAVENLY TREASURE Chapter 28 — MAKING FRIENDS WITH MAMMON Chapter 29 — THE FAITH OF THE SYRO-PHENICIAN WOMAN Chapter 30 — THE FAITH OF THE SYRO-PHENICIAN WOMAN About the author: George Douglas Watson (1845-1924) was a Wesleyan Methodist minister and evangelist based in Los Angeles. His evangelistic campaigns took him to England, the West Indies, New Zealand, Australia, Japan and Korea. He also wrote several books. He was sometimes referred to as the "apostle to the sanctified."