In 1881 Ellen G. White wrote a series of articles for the Review and Herald under the general title Sanctification. In 1937 this material was reissued under the title The Sanctified Life. In this form and in many printings the little book enriched thousands of lives. In new format but with no change in textual matter, this deeply spiritual and long-lived book is reissued foe still wider distribution. Writing from a deep experience in the things of God and from a mind and heart illuminated by the Holy Spirit, Mrs. White carefully examines the element of true sanctification and contrasts these with various unsound but popular theories on the subject.