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When Paganism Crept Into Christianity

When Paganism Crept Into Christianity By Nathan A. Urshan I would like to draw your attention to something very important which I feel is outstanding in relationship to the Word of God. First of all, I would like to call your attention to the marvelous history of the New Testament. In the New Testament long […]

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The Life of Andrew David Urshan

The Life of Andrew David Urshan written by J.L. Hall Andrew David Urshan’s decision to visit his father’s home in Urmia, Persia, led to the first Pentecostal revival in Russia and to theĀ founding of the Jesus Name movement in that nation. Andrew Urshan’s Early Ministry Born on May 17, 1884, in the village of Abajaloo, […]

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Pentecostal History

Pentecostal History By Margaret Calhoun The day of Pentecost, when the disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ were gathered in the upper room, were filled with the baptism of the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with tongues as the Spirit of God gave them utterance, fulfilled the Scriptures and the promises of God in […]

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