The articles and speeches found in this book are a selected collection Rufus Moseley wrote between the years 1927 and 1937. They detail the journey of a man of God who first came to Christ in 1889, received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit in 1910, and began a lay ministry that would in time extend across the United States and overseas. The theme of these articles is living in the Kingdom of God in the here and now, what Moseley was fond of calling -Ineffable union with Christ.- It was his contention that each believer has promised to them the ability to live in daily, moment-by-moment conscious union with Jesus that will produce a life of joy on an unparalleled level. Also calling this union the -Life as Love, - meaning that as one lives in that joy and gives out God's perfect love and nothing but that love, the union will deepen. A deep secret of the Kingdom, Moseley contended, was that we are forced to realize that we live in what we give out; as such, to give out anything less than Christ's perfect love takes one out of intimate fellowship with Him. If we give out evil to anyone, we live in it ourselves until we repent and return. It is no exaggeration to say that the writings of J. Rufus Moseley read like new Epistles of John. The sheer depth of the revelation that the Holy Spirit gave him of this union was indeed decades ahead of his time. A towering figure in his day, it is time the great gifts he had to share are once more available to Christians today. As you read his folksy, humble words and partake of the Spirit contained therein, you will, I believe, find yourself asking for that Perfect Love and realize as Rufus Moseley did, that God is a good God, a loving Father who wants the very best for his children, and is more willing to offer it than we are to ask for it.