Sunday, December 17, 2017
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Charismata in the first five centuries

There is neither scriptural nor anecdotal evidence that the gifts of the Holy Spirit died out at the end of the apostolic era. Biblically, it is impossible to prove the case for cessationism. God established charismata in the Church (1 Corinthians 12:27-28) and all believers are urged to pray for them (1 Corinthians 12:31; 14:1). It is equally impossible to prove a cessationist viewpoint historically. It simply does not fit the facts.

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Firm in the Faith

Firm in the Faith is a free booklet containing ten Bible Study modules designed for new Christians. You are welcome to download it and print as many copies as you like for use in your field of ministry. Each module includes a minimum of Scripture references and uses simple teaching, discussion questions and Scripture memorization….

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Four Views Of Spirit Baptism

The question of baptism in the Spirit has been a controversial one for a long time. Part of the problem lies in the different ways we use the term. It can easily mean different things to different people. It is this different usage which generally distinguishes Evangelicals, Pentecostals, Charismatics and Third Wavers from one another.

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Jonathan Edwards and Revival Phenomena

Over the last few years, thousands of people who had never heard of Jonathan Edwards have become familiar with his name.

This is partly due to writers like Guy Chevreau whose book Catch the Fire for the validity of what came to be known in the 1990s as the `Toronto blessing’ by claiming…

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