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Pentecostal Pioneers: Calvin Samuel Albert

Pentecostal Pioneers: Calvin Samuel Albert By C. S. Albert On January 15, 1913, at Reber Place in St. Louis, Missouri, John David and Margaret Ellen Post Albert welcomed my birth. Ethel, Lela, Ruth, and Roy made our family. They attended the Christian Church. When I was eight Aunt Sarah, enthused with the Holy Ghost, visited […]

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A Nineteenth-Century Witness to the Oneness of God

A Nineteenth-Century Witness to the Oneness of God Author Unknown The following quotations are excerpted from a book published in 1834 and written by Joshua Leonard, a Presbyterian minister who was a member of the Presbytery in Cortland, New York. While the book was in production, charges of heresy were filed against him because of it, whereupon he resigned […]

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Now That’s Apostolic

Now That’s Apostolic By John W. Hanson Once upon a time several hundred people took a couple of weeks off work, gathered together with for a prayer meeting (in either a borrowed or rented room possibly in a Jewish temple), and waited upon God for a promise they had been given. The place exploded. They […]

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The Fall of the Ancient Apostolic Church

The Fall of the Ancient Apostolic Church By William B. Chalfant This paper will attempt to examine the rise and fall of the ancient apostolic church by concentrating onthe fate of the Roman church or district. It is not within the scope of this paper to examine the circumstances that led to the downfall of […]

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The Impelling Power of a Great Vision

The Impelling Power of a Great Vision By William A. Mulford-1920 It has been said by the wisest man that ever lived, “Where there is no vision the people perish.” (Prov. 29:18). The inspiration of a great vision is an impelling power that raises man out of the sordidness of the commonplace and holds him to the pursuance […]

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Casting All of Our Cares on Him

Casting All of Our Cares on Him By Bishop S. N. Hancock-1949 Turn to the Book of Mark 4:18. Jesus explained these parables thus: “A sower went forth to sow.” I want to speak of the seed that fell among the thorns. They have no excuse–they hear the word. Verse 19, “And the cares of this world, and […]

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Our Responsibility With Us!

Our Responsibility With Us! By Elder R. F. Tobin-1945 The Church of God is faced with the great responsibility of carrying the gospel to nations. God has made us stewards and it is required of stewards that they be faithful. There are two important factors to the spread of the gospel: The Minister and the Means. The Apostle […]

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The Laodicean Church

The Laodicean Church By Andrew D. Urshan-1924 This evening I want to speak to you what the Lord has spoken to me. Oh, sweet is the voice of God! It is not as man’s voice. What is the normal Christian life? Jesus Christ is strictly commanding one kind of life, and that is the Normal Christian life-nothing […]

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Current Events

Current Events By Daniel C.O. Opperman-1992 New York and San Diego Shake Hands Another dream of science vanishes and a historical fact takes its place. Again the “impossible” is accomplished. The two army fliers who spanned the continent with their giant monoplane the T2 in a non-stop flight from the rugged shores of the stormy Atlantic to the […]

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Mysteries That Reveal The End of the Age

Mysteries That Reveal The End of the Age By Bishop G. T. Haywood In the third chapter of Revelations, it is said: “These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; I know they works, that thou art neither cold nor hot; I would thou wet cold or hot. So […]

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