This book was first published in 1929, and is a compilation of the many works of Phineas F. Bresee. This volume has 366 separate entries, each with a scripture verse, brief teaching, and poetic offering (often from a holiness hymn, and not by Bresee himself). This is a great collection, and is sure to bless you all year long! The Table of Contents are not included in the description here, but the book contains 366 separate entries, and is intended to be used as a daily devotional. About the author: Phineas F. Bresee (1838-1915) was the primary founder of the Church of the Nazarene, and founding president of Point Loma Nazarene University. He was an American- minister, and began his preaching career at the age of 18. He was converted and did his preaching in the Methodist Episcopal Church. This relationship was maintained until 1894, when a disagreement arose over how best to minister to the homeless in Los Angeles. This resulted in the birth of a then non-denominational "Church of the Nazarene" that later grew into a denomination with the same name in 1908. Bresee maintained his pastorate in Los Angeles, California, until his health forced him to step down in 1911. He was a prolific writer, and also served as editor of the "Nazarene Messenger" for fifteen years. His health continued to deteriorate following a bad car accident in 1900. Bresee passed away in 1915. Without a doubt, his legacy lives on in the Nazarene Church, and in the hearts of any seekers of holiness.