Aaron Hills

Aaron Hills was president of Texas Holiness University. Hills was so heavily influenced by Charles G. Finney that he wrote a book about Finney’s life. Hills was part of the Holiness movement, which emphasized that the process of salvation involves two crises. In the first, conversion or justification, one is freed from the sins he has committed. In the second, entire sanctification or full salvation, one is liberated from the flaw in his moral nature that causes him to sin.

Dying To Live

Sermon 1 — Dying To Live
Sermon 2 — Eternal Live
Sermon 3 — Not Ashamed of the Gospel
Sermon 4 — Mocking At Sin
Sermon 5 — A Savor of Life Unto Life, Or of Death Unto Death
Sermon 6 — The Personal Element of Religion
Sermon 7 — What is Man That Thou Art Mindful of Him?
Sermon 8 — The Cleansing Baptism
Sermon 9 — The Second Blessing in Experience
Sermon 10 — Resisting the Holy Ghost

The Uttermost Salvation

Chapter 1. The Uttermost Salvation
Chapter 2. Holy Like God
Chapter 3. Cleansing From All Sin
Chapter 4. How To Obtain The Blessing Of Sanctification
Chapter 5. Pledge Of Faith
Chapter 6. Any Man’s Lawyer
Chapter 7. The Sin-principle Condemned To Death
Chapter 8. Death Or Glory, Which?
Chapter 9. The Promise Of The Father
Chapter 10. Moral Insanity
Chapter 11. Things That Accompany Salvation
Chapter 12. Receiving The Holy Ghost
Chapter 13. A Man Of God Unsanctified
Chapter 14. The Will Of God
Chapter 15. The Reason For Our Hope
Chapter 16. Sanctified Wholly
Chapter 17. Sanctified By Faith
Chapter 18. Finished Sin
Chapter 19. A Two-fold Disease And A Double Cure
Chapter 20. God’s Keeping

The Secret Of Spiritual Power

Chapter 1.What Christ Said About Holiness
Chapter 2. What Paul Said About Holiness (Part – I) 
Chapter 3. What Paul Said About Holiness (Part – II)
Chapter 4. What Paul Said About Holiness (Part – III)
Chapter 5. What Paul Said About Holiness (Part – IV)
Chapter 6. What Peter Said About Holiness
Chapter 7. What James and John Said About Holiness
Chapter 8. What Holiness Is
Chapter 9. It Brings Power
Chapter 10. Holiness Rejected Makes Strange Bedfellows
Chapter 11. Holiness Rejected Produces a Worldly and Barren Ministry
Chapter 12. Holiness Rejected Produces a Godless Christianity
Chapter 13. The Heavenly Vision

Pentecost Rejected

Chapter 1. Pentecost Rejected; and Its Effect on the Churches
Chapter 2. The Denial of the Heart-cleansing Work of the Holy Ghost
Chapter 3. What this Pentecostal Blessing is which People are Rejecting, and how it may be Obtained
Chapter 4. Pentecost Received Results in Walking with God and Separation from the World