A Voice Crying in the Wilderness

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Christian Pentecostal Book, Mar 23, 2012 - 158 pages
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A man that would not let any denomination decide for him what to believe; Charles Fox Parham was drawn by God at a young age. He began to read God's Word with no preconceived knowledge of doctrines or creeds. He maintained that childlike faith into his adult years. In 1900, he helped open a Bible school with the only textbook being the Bible. There was also no tuition charged, and the only requirement was the desire to be obedient to Jesus Christ. On a January night in 1901, the school was gathered in an upper room. They were praying and seeking God with one accord, when suddenly, God poured out the Holy Spirit. They began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave the ability. Read the story of how God transcended denominational lines giving birth to the modern Pentecostal movement. As well as many other teachings and beliefs of Charles Parham- A voice crying in the wilderness. Reprinted and Edited.
 

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Contents

Life Sketch
7
Water Baptism
18
Baptism of the Holy Ghost The Speaking in Other Tongues and Sealing of the Church and Bride
22
Healing 38
38
Forsaking All and All Things in Common
55
Unity
64
Redemption
73
Creation and Formation
86
The Tribeof Judah
99
Zionism
111
TenLost Tribes116
116
Future of Nations
121
United Statesin Prophecy128
128
AntiChrist133
133
The Saints
139
Battle ofArmageddon 143 Chapter 19 TheMillennial Age
151

The Bride
92
The ManChild
97
The Judgment Age
155
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