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KingJimmy
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 The Apostolic Faith: Newspaper of the Azusa Sstreet Revival

The following link has copies of "The Apostolic Faith," which was the newspaper of the Azusa Street Revival. It contains 13 of the 14 editions, as the 14th has since been lost to time. Kinda an interesting read.

http://www.dunamai.com/Azusa/azusa_pages/azusa_newspapers.htm


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Jimmy H

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 Re: The Apostolic Faith: Newspaper of the Azusa Sstreet Revival

Praise God! Thank you--I love reading about Azusa Street.

 2008/6/5 18:19
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 Re: Interesting Quotes/Testimonies from the First Edition

Jesus was too large for the synagogue. He preached outside because there was not room for him inside. This Pentecostal movement is too large to be confined in any denomination or sect. It works outside, drawing all together in one bond of love, one church, one body of Christ.

When Pentecostal lines are struck, Pentecostal giving commences. Hundreds of dollars have been laid down for the sending of missionaries and thousands will be laid down. No collections are taken for rent, no begging for money. No man's silver or gold is coveted. The silver and the gold are His own to carry on his own work. He can also publish his own papers without asking for money or subscription price.

In the meetings, it is noticeable that while some in the rear are opposing and arguing, others are at the alter falling down under the power of God and feasting on the good things of God. The two spirits are always manifest, but no opposition can kill, no power in earth or hell can stop God's work, while He has consecrated instruments through which to work.

In a cottage meeting on Morton Ave., Elisian Heights, several souls have been baptized with the Holy Ghost, and a brother, George Hock, who has been stone blind for more than a year and a half, was saved and then received his sight. He can now read, and his relatives and friends who were unbelieving are filled with wonder and are publishing it everywhere.

During the preaching service, the Holy Ghost fell on a preacher and he jumped to his feet shouting "Hallelujah!" and immediately spoken in tongues. He speaks Zulu and many tongues more fluently than English and interprets as he speaks. The Lord has since used him to stir a whole city. He is filled with divine love. His family were first afraid to see him speaking in tongues, thinking he had lost his mind, but when his wife and children felt the sympathy and divine love which the Holy Ghost puts in people's hearts, they said, "Papa was never so sane in his life."

It has been said of the work in Los Angeles that is was "born in a manger and resurrected in a barn." Many are praising God for the old barn-like building on Azusa street, and the plain old plank beside which they kneeled in the sawdust when God saved, sanctified and baptized them with the Holy Ghost. Those who know God feel His presence as soon as they cross the threshold. "Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth?" "Come and see." This is the Nazareth of Los Angeles. Some have come from long distances to this spot, directed of the Lord, and the humble have always been greatly blest. The work began among the colored people. God baptized several sanctified wash women with the Holy Ghost, who have been much used of Him. The first white woman to receive the Pentecost and gift of tongues in Los Angeles was Mrs. Evans who is now in the work in Oakland. Since then multitudes have come. God makes no difference in nationality, Ethiopians, Chinese, Indians, Mexicans, and other nationalities worship together.

A man who was deaf and said he had not been able to hear for half his life was prayed for. God instantly gave him his hearing, when he was anointed and prayed for. He was a practicing physician in Oakland. He weighs between three and four hundred pounds. The Lord dropped him on the floor and gave him the Pentecost.

A song in an unknown tongue was interpreted as follows: With one accord, all heaven rings-With praises to our God and King; Let earth join in our song of praise, And ring it out through all the days."

--"Be glad then, ye children of Zion, and rejoice in the Lord your God: For he hath given you the former rain moderately, and he will cause to come down for you the rain, the former rain and the latter rain the first month." Joel 2:23. He gave the former rain moderately at Pentecost, and He is going to send upon us in these last days the former and latter rain. There are greater things to be done in these last days of the Holy Ghost.


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 Re: The Apostolic Faith: Newspaper of the Azusa Sstreet Revival

The flame that was kindled on Azusa Street was a fire that could not be extinguished. Florence Crawford, one of the key workers at Azusa Street, carried the message to Portland, Oregon, where she continued to print the Apostolic Faith papers and distribute them free of charge around the world. The Apostolic Faith Mission of Portland, Oregon, has continued uninterrupted publication of the teachings that were proclaimed from Azusa Street since 1906. You can read the first editions from Azusa Street, and later editions published from Portland, here: http://www.apostolicfaith.org/Library/Index/Historical.aspx.

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