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William J. Seymour & his Azusa Street sermons

Author: Douglas Harrolf; Apostolic Faith Mission (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Publisher: [United States] : HJ Publishing, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"On April 9, 1906, an event took place at a small prayer group in Los Angeles that would change the church forever. After five weeks of prayer and study, and three days into a ten day fast, God began pouring out his Holy Spirit. Revival spread quickly and it wasn't long before the group outgrew their old meeting place and moved into their new home at 312 Azusa Street. In this book you'll find the record sermons that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Harrolf; Apostolic Faith Mission (Los Angeles, Calif.)
ISBN: 9781533438997 1533438994
OCLC Number: 1029055742
Description: 68 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The precious atonement --
The way into the holiest --
River of living water --
In money matters --
"Behold the bridegroom cometh!" --
"Receive ye the Holy Ghost" --
Gifts of the spirit --
Rebecca; type of the bride of Christ - Gen 24 --
The baptism with the holy ghost --
The marriage tie --
Marriage binding for life --
Letter to one seeking the Holy Ghost --
Christ's messages to the church --
"To the married" --
Sanctified by the cross --
The baptism of the Holy Ghost --
The Holy Ghost and the bride.
Responsibility: Douglas Harrolf.

Abstract:

"On April 9, 1906, an event took place at a small prayer group in Los Angeles that would change the church forever. After five weeks of prayer and study, and three days into a ten day fast, God began pouring out his Holy Spirit. Revival spread quickly and it wasn't long before the group outgrew their old meeting place and moved into their new home at 312 Azusa Street. In this book you'll find the record sermons that William J. Seymour , the one-eyed son of former slaves, preached while at Azusa Street."--Page [4] of cover.

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