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Convent To Convert: Sister Charlotte Keckler’s Remarkable Testimony

Convent To Convert: Sister Charlotte Keckler’s Remarkable Testimony By Matthew Shaw She signed the document in her own red blood, vows of chastity, crucial poverty, and obedience. She would never marry, own property, or disobey Church authority. Charlotte Keckler was a young woman who loved God and believed that her decision to join a Carmelite […]

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Without Form and Fashion: the Early Pentecostal Service

Without Form and Fashion: the Early Pentecostal Service By Matthew Shaw When the Holy Ghost baptism was given at Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost, the seekers of the Father’s promise were caught up in a state of spiritual ecstasy. Their Upper Room experiences inspired curiosity and ridicule as onlookers surmised that these passionate Pentecostals […]

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