Tag Archive | J. L. Hall

The Unity of God

The Unity of God By: J.L. Hall Did Jesus pray to himself? Jesus’ prayers open our understanding to the majesty of the Incarnation, for through them we grasp the divine-human relationship between God and His Son. Trinitarians often refer to the statements Jesus made about His rather, including those in His prayers, in an effort to prove that […]

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Characteristics of Pentecostals

Characteristics of Pentecostals By J. L. Hall, Editor In the fall of 1900, Charles F. Parham opened a Bible college in a large mansion in Topeka, Kansas. After the first term, Parham asked the forty students to search the Bible to determine the evidence of a person receiving the Holy Ghost. It is not certain what his prior thinking […]

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Water Baptism/ In Jesus Name

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF WATER BAPTISM By J.L. Hall When the apostle Paul arrived in Ephesus, he met twelve men who appeared to be Christians. However, when he discovered that they had not received the Holy Ghost, he asked them, “Unto what then were ye baptized?” (Acts 19:3). With this question, he probed their experience and understanding of God’s plan. […]

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