"3s %hey Went" Lilian B. Yeomans, M.D. ND as H e entered lation promised the church of Smyrna to Rabbis, doctors of the Law, scribes, into a certain vil- try them so that the faithful unto death and Pharisees, would have recoiled from lage, there met might be awarded a crown of life. them as from poisonous reptiles. Priests Him ten men that I n the case of the healing of the ten and Levites would have drawn their robes were lepers, which lepers it would seem to be God's remedy tight about them to avoid pollution, but stood afar off: for disease, His Word ("He sent His Jesus, the spotless Lamb of God, in- - And they lifted up word and healed them." Psalm 107:20), vites sinners, and sick folks, yo matter their voices and which is tested or tried. how awful their depravity, or loathsome said, Jesus, 'Mas- I n establishing the therapeutic vdue of their disease, to come to Him and find ter, have mercy on any remedy in a certain disease it is rest. us. And when H e quite usual to try it out on a group of And when H e saw them, standing afar saw them, H e said sufferers from that particular malady, and off as the Law bade them XThank God unto them, Go that is precisely what w s done in the we under grace are brought nigh by a shew yourselves case of the ten lepers. the Blood of Christ), but lifting up their unto the priests. These men differed no doubt in other voices determinedly, concatedly, in the And it came to respects, mentally, morally, and socially, piteous chorus, "Jesus, Master, have pass, that, as they but they had one thing in common, their mercy on us!" H e replied immediately. went, thev were hopeless misery, for they were-all ten H e always does. There is not a soul in cleansed. And one of them, when he of them-lepers. existence who dare assert that Jesus ever - saw that he was healed, turned back, and Even in their l e ~ r o s vthev differed no failed to answer when he cried to Him with a loud voice glorified God, and fell doubt, for among -ten cases some would for mercy. H e "saw" them through and , down on his face at His feet, giving necessarily be more aggravated than oth- through and recognized that it was a i- thanks : and he was a Samaritan. And Je- ers. There would be those still in the heart cry and H e answered it. 1- sus answering said, Were there not ten incipience of the disease, others further - ;cleansed? but where are the nine? There advanced with more marked symptoms, But what an answer? How startling .-' are not found that returned t o give glo- and others still presenting the appalling His reply! How unexpected His com- changes, such as sloughing of large por- mand ! j l l f ry to God, save this stranger. And H e , 'said unto him, Arise, go thy way: thy tions of the flesh producing hideous de- "Go shew yourselves unto the priests." ''1 faith hath made thee whole!' Luke 17: formity, which characterize the last stag- "Go shew!" Why they had been in- 12-19. es, in which almost all resemblance to dustriously hiding themselves, 'concealing The healing of the ten lepers is worthy humanity is sometimes obliterated. covering, cloaking, for they well knew of. especially careful study presenting, Lepers usually hid themselves from the that they were vile beyond expression, as it does, features not found in con- public gaze in their liars, for they were rotten, putrid, decaying, dying on their nection with other miracles of healing not permittted to mingle with their kind feet. performed by our Lord Jesus Christ dur- for fear of contagion. How then can we "Go shew yourselves unto the priests?" ing His earthly ministry. account for this public gathering of suf- The officials charged with the responsi- First; + is a group healing. We have ti ferers from the loathsome disease? bility of making the minutest inspection, here ten men, a number which is often Whence did they derive the courage to and declaring the leper an outcast from associated in the Scriptures with tests, or take such a daring step? human society, if symptoms of the dread trials, for instance the ten days during Some way there had been borne to disease were discovered, also were which the children of Judah a t the court them by the "wind that bloweth where it empowered to issue a clean bill of health of Babylon, including Daniel, were tested, listeth" a Name, a mighty Name, a Name to the cleansed leper which restored him or tried, on a diet of pulse, after which above every Name, Jesus of Nazareth, to his privileges as one of God's people. they were found ten times better than all who healed even the leper, and faith came The word Jesus spoke to them healed, the magicians and astrologers in the by hearing, and they determined to reach and commanded them, because they were realm, and fairer and fatter in flesh Him if they had to imperil their lives to healed, to present themselves to the priests than all the children which did eat the accomplish it, hence this pitiful assem- for official certification of the fad. king's meat; and the ten days of tribu- blage. (Continued on Page Eight) .- - I Page T w o - February 25, 1933 P E WhyB Believe in Oivine &ling D Evangelist Charles S. Price T h e Great I Anz from his back and carries it himself, we back with the keys, and H e announced to The first reason why I believe in divine call that substitution. The very heart the world and to the angels that H e had healing is because I beliede ile the one of the Gospel story is centered around conquered death. who does not change. His name was and the substitutional sacrifice that has been There is coming a Resurrection Day. is and ever will be the great I A M ; not offered for sin. H e not only came to 0 Death, you have ridden like a black the great I was, but the great I AM. lift the load of our sins from our backs, charger-into the graves you have thrown The people of this old world with their but H e came to pay the penalty that was your victims, and you laugh in our faces, burdens, with their sins, with their heart- attendant because of our transgression you mock our tears, and you leer at our aches, with their cares, and with, their and our sin. sorrows; but Death, your victory is not disappointments, are not interested so going to last forever. One of these days "Bearing shame and scoffing rude, my Lord is coming to complete His re- much in the Christ of history; they are I n my place condemned H e stood, interested in the Christ who can meet demptive work, to complete the ministry Sealed my pardon with His blood; H e started. H e fulfilled it as H e was modern emergencies and satisfy human Hallelujah ! What a Saviour !" needs, meet every contingency and prove told to fulfill it, as far as His purpose Himself the Saviour of our souls and the And in the self-same manner in which went; but when H e comes in the clouds Healer of our bodies. If divine healing H e bore our sins He bore our sicknesses of glory, Death, your power is going to be is not for today the name of God is not too. Dr. Young, in his translation of I s a broken, and out of the graves our loved v the great I AM. 53:6, says, "Jehovah hath caused to meet ones in Christ are going to rise and are There is no difference between the on him the punishment of us all." In the going to meet the Lard in the air. Hal- minist~,,of Jesus when H e was here on marginal reading on that page you will lelujah ! earth in physical form and the ministry find he says, "Punishment, misery, tears, Listen to me-the man who denies that of Christ in the dav in which we live. I rembrse, anxiety, fear, and sickness." he&ing i s in the atonement mukes the suf- believe in divine healing because "Jesus Did H e only complete a partial redemp- f e i k g s of Christ of no consequence and Christ is the same yesterday, to day, and tive work? "He hath caused to meet on the scourging of Christ absoldely zsn- for ever" (Heb. 13:8), and as long as Him," or "God made Him bear, God necessary. Did you get that? Why was that is the case H e is sufficient to heal made Him carry" the punishment of H e scourged? Why were the stripes put every sickness because H e always has every one of us for our sin-and sin on the back of Jesus? Why the torture been. H e is the grcat I AM. causes sickness. Jesus Himself declared by the cruel soldiers on that day, until You remember the seven redemptive it-the Gospels themselveS emphasize it. the Father hid His face and the angels names of Jehovah. Seven is ,the divine "Ought not this woman, being a daugh- could not look over the battlements of number. I t is the complete number. If ter of Abraham, whom Satan hath bound, heaven, it was such a sight? Can you you were to leave out one, making God lo, these eighteen years, be loosed from teIl me, modern preacher, why God the the possessor of six redemptive names, this bond on the sabbath day ? ' L u k e 13: Father allowed the bruising of the Sav- you would give Him the human number. 16. Christ put sickness where it belong- iour the way H e did? You say His death Seven is the divine number and six the ed-not as the work of God, but as the was necessary. Why, H e could have died human number all through the Word of work of the devil, as a fruit of sin, as an without the scourging, H e could have God. outgrowth of iniquity; and God caused died without the lashing, H e could have The seven redemptive names of God it to be placed on Him in a substitutional died without enduring physical pain, But cover the complete ministry of God, and way-the punishment of us all. And not in order to give you health H e had to bear cover the whole of God's a t t h d e toward only sin, but the result of sin. That is pain, because pain and sickness and suf- a lost race. And were you to rob God of what Christ came to do, H e came to des- fering were the penalty for sin, and if one of His redemptive names you would troy the works of the devil. 1 John 3%. H e had not borne your penalty you would rob Him 'of one of His inhkrent attri- have had to bear it. Do you mean to tell me that cancers I t is just the same as if some young butes. Jehovah-Rapha, I am the Lord come from God? Then darkness comes that healeth thee, is one of the redemptive man was convicted of a criminal act and out of light! Then holiness comes from he was sentenced to prison; a set judg- names of God. What right have we to the devil! The thing is unthinkable, it take that out of the Word of God? What ment was passed on him. But another is un-Scriptural. Everybody ought to man said, "I will pay for that man's in- right have we to claim that the other six see that when Jesus, the matchless Son of names are in operation, but this is not? iquity, I will atone for that man's sin. H e God, endured the suffering and pain of is going to prison for two years. Let me Chriit Ato+ted for Sickness having His body broken, and when H e go down for two years, I will take his The second reason why I believe divine went to the cross and died-when He place." That is just what Jesus did for healing is for today is that Christ paid stood that, H e not only atoned for our you. Sentence was passed on you and on for our sickness just as H e paid for our sins but H e atoned for everything that the whole earth. These things were the sins. How do I know it? Because the comes as a result of sin. natural consequence 07 iniquity. Gcd said Bible says so. The 53rd chapter of He declared: "I am the the resurrec- they would be. They were the out- Isaiah, the great chapter that has to do tion, and the life: he that believeth in growths, they were the fruitage of trans- with the atoning, vicarious, substitutional me, though he were dead, yet shall he gression and revolution against God. And ministry of Jesus Christ, says so. If a live: and whosoever liveth and believeth when Jesus came to save us H e came to man is walking down the street, bowed in me shall never die." John 11:25-26. bear on Hi own body the penalty for beneath a heavy load on his back, and H e broke the power of death; H e went every sin. That is why H e suffered. I n somebody comes along and lifts that load into Sheol; H e went into hell. H e came order that we might have life H e had to February 25, 1933 THE PENTECOSTAL EVANGEL Page Three die. I n order that we might have hcaling ing to ask for what God has promised healed axd I Imve been healed ntyself. H e suffered in your place. to give me as my inheritance, and that is I t is pretty hard to convince a fellow the healing of my body. I have every that has a dollar in his hand that he Redeei~zed from the Curse. right to expect it because my Lord has does not have it. You can tell him a The third reason is, Jesus canze to ye- paid for it. thousand reasons, but if he has it, that us d e e q ~ froin the c w s e of the law. Gal. 3:13. If you will turn back to the o l d W h e n Jesus Weltt-tlte Power Remahied have been arguments for him. If been overcomes all healed, you have you Testament you will find in Deut. 28~22, The fourth reason is, T h e disciples a d healed. I f you have been saved you 2Z, 28 the curses of the law listed: Con- apostles healed the sick l o ) ~ gafter the have been saved. You may try to con- sumption, fever, inflammation, emerods, Lord had gone back home to glory and t vince me that this is not a s ~ i of clethes, scab, itch, madness, blindness, plagues, the earthly ministry of Christ had been but I know it is. And when they try . all the diseases of Egypt. "and also every consummated. You remember when Paul to tell US there is no such thing as the other sickness and plague which is not was on the island of Melita there was a Baptism, w e k ~ t o w . When they tell us written in this book." Now that covers man healed, and because of that healing that Christ does not save any more, why, everything, doesn't it? Was Paul right the news went all over the island and bless your heart l w e k~aow.We have when he said that Christ came to redeem they brought all the sick on the island to been saved. And when they tell us that us from the curse of thc law? DO YOU Paul, who prayed for them and they were Jesus does not heal, they might as well believe you could rely on the Word of healed. That was in A. D. 62, twenty- be addressing their remarks to somebody God? I do. nine years after the ascension. else; for we know. W e have been healed, My Bible says, that Jesus came to re- I should like to ask somebody, By we have felt the matchless healing touch. deem us from the curse of the law. And what authority did Paul do that work? Listen to the testimonies of God's peo- do you know, I am foolish .enpugh to Through what power were those people ple and you will find that Jehovah- believe the Bible. I believe lt IS God's healed? Where can you find a statement Rapha still lives, H e is still the Lord that Word and that God wrote it and has in the Scripture written subsequent to A. heals us. kept it. The modern theologian says, D. 62 that intimates or even hints that the I was in Ohio. The snow had fallen; "Yes, Mr. price, that is perfectly true; healing power would be taken from the it was in the late fall. We were holding and during the first century and until the church and would bk lifted from the lives meetings in Convention 13all. One eve- church got momentum, got a good start, of the apostles and the ministers of Je- ning a little crippled girl came to the God used to heal the sick, and allowed US Christ? meeting. It is quite a number of years the power to come into Peter and John, My idea is that the old apostolic church ago. My own daughter Lucille was much but You at the end the wit11 its order and its ministry and its smaller then, she had long curls, kind of these signs and were all tak- power should be in existence today, and a golden color, coming down over her en back glory and the church was left I believe that when we go back to the shoulders. This little gill looked exactly alone to struggle along." apostolic faith and the apostolic order like my own little girl, except that my lit- I will allow any minister to come to we are going to have the old-time apostolic tle girl was physically wrll while this lit- my platform and give me chapter and power. When we start to clean house tle girl was on crutches. My heart went verse where this power was resdnded. I and the Lord cleanses our hearts; when out to her, and presently I got acquainted know they will not come because they there are a few altar calls of real con- with her. I am very fond of children. cannot. secration; when we put the fire in the W e sat down together and had quite a lit- I tell you what has happened. We pulpit instead of in the kitchen stove, tle chat. I told her to come back to the have become so worldly, SO formal, so we are going to feel the mighty workings meetings and she said she was coming. materialistic, so rational, that reason has of the Spirit of the Lord in our hearts. Every day after school that girl would overthrown faith. We have driven the Holy Ghost out of the house of wor- I Have Ezpevienced come back. Then one Thursday afternoon she came ship and then we have had to invent some And the reason I in llobbling to platfornl, ~h~ crowd creed to cover up our lack of power. divine healing is, I hawe seela people had been dismissed; most of them had When the children come to us and say, -, , -: "The Bible says that they shall lay hands biU)a(- gone home. I could see she wanted to have a little visit, so I dropped down in on the sick and they shall recover," shall we tell them, that is n d for this day? A fellow comes along and says, "Mr. - $T~nrPrntrfalBuangel alp STANLEY H. FRODSHAM, a chair and put my arm around her waist and found a brace of steel just about an Editor inch thick going completely around the Price? if divine healing is for today there CRAS. ROBINSON, E. MYER PEARLMAN I body. I asked how she wore it. She told , is no need for people to die." Associate ~!ditors me it was hinged in three places. She How foolish an akgument like that! looked into my eyes and said, "When are I NOEL PERKIN. Missionary Editor The Bible says that death is appointed un- to "I away sickness from 0 ~h~ pentecostal ~ -is the Official Or-g ~ ~ ~ c you going to pray for the little children?' I ~said, "Saturday afternoon." the midst of thee, and the number of thy the ASSEMBLIES OF COD in U. S. A. She said, "Well, I wish you would days will 1 fulfill." SO there will be E s. WILLIAMS, Gederal Snperintrndent i pray for a limit to our days. "The days of our J. R EVANS. secretary-~reasurer years are threescore and ten; and if by I said, ('1 am going to." reason of strength they be forescore, yet ~ u b t i s h ~Weekl (50 copies a car) by the d And she said, "Because I know the is their strengh labour and sorrow; for GOSPEL PUBLI$HING HOUSE 336 w Pacific St., SPRINGFIELD, ~IO..' U. S. A: Lord will heal me." it is soon cut off and we fly away." Psa. And I said, "I believe it." w : l o .Q my God, talie me not away YOU h o w , if I had been a modern in the midst of my days.,, Psa. 102 :24. preacher I would have said, "No, dear, And the 104th Psalm-listen to it- I WOn)t pray for you. ~ ~ i healing is i "Thou takest away their breath, they die, I for today. It is not for You, it is and return to their dust." ~~d I do not not for this time, it is not for the church believe God's work will go any further than His promises, or at any rate we The Lord said to His disciples: "Go ye have no right to expect it. But I am go- 4 - (Continued on Page Seven) -Page Four February 25, 1933 sins." A second time she was thrown back and swooned. But becoming con- scious again she cried out, "Lord, I do believe you have borne my sickness as well mln as my sins." In one moment the cancer, the abscess, and the other ailments, includ- ing epilepsy, left her, and she was made God's Prescription not get healed. H e had a thorn in his perfectly whole. flesh." While he was speaking I was It happened some twenty-four years Believe Only ago. I had been asked to preach at a Con- looking to the Lord. Then I replied, gregational church in a village about ten '!Paul certainly believed in healing, for There is a delightful simplicity in every- miles from my home, and agreed to do we see that the sick were healed through thing that Christ does. Do you remember so. During the three days previous-to his ministry. I n the passage our friend His word to Jairus when the news came the Sunday on which I was to preach, I has just quoted he had more than heal- that his daughter was dead? Bringing was afflicted with the most extraordinary ing-he received life and strength and the her to life again was not too hard- for weakness. I t was my conviction, how- very 'power of Christ' resting upon him. the Lord. H e said to the ruler, "Fear ever, that the Lord wanted me to preach, God may at times rob us of natural not, believe only, and she shall be made and I was reminded of Isa. 40:30, "Even strength to make us dependent upon Him whole." We can learn from the children the youths shall faint and be weary, and so that we will go to Him for super- the simplicity of faith. p n e day some the young men shall utterly fall; but they natural strength. The Lord said to Paul, years ago my dear wife bought a jar of that wait upon the Lord shall renew their - 'My strength is made perfect in weak- .cold cream from a woman who came to strength." Sunday morning came and ness;' and into the vacuum of Paul's the door. That was a wonderful cold I rose early and waited on. the Lord. physical weakness there flowed the full- cream, according to its description on the As I tarried in His presence H e put with- ness of divine strength, so tliat he was label. One outstanding thing was, "It in my heart the words of the 103rd able to say,. 'When I am weak then am will make you look younger." Some days Psalm, "Forget not all his benefits; who I strong."' Then I.tbld them my ex- later our daughter, then six years old, forgiveth all . .. who healeth all . . . perience of the past few days, and of how had her face chapped, and her mother who redeemeth . , . who crowneth . . . God had supplied me with supernatural was going to use some of that cold cream who satisfieth." After a couple of hours strength to take the place of my physical on it. No sir ! The child would not have of waiting on the Lord I cycled to the weakness. it! She protested, "That cream rrakes place of meeting and was so conscious you look younger, it says so on the jar, of supernatural strength provided that I "Himself Bare" and I don't want to look younger." I n felt like David when he said, "By thee I remember an illustration I used that her simplicity she believed all that was have I run through a trpop; and by my day. I told of a friend, a dear sister, written on the label. We arc not asked God have I leaped over a wall." who although over eighty is still alive, to believe what is written on the label who had a unique experience. She was of a cold-cream jar, but we are instructed God's Provision suffering with cancer, with an abscess on to belime the prowtises of God. When That morning I preached on what I her brain, epileptic fits, and other com- the nobleman pleaded with Christ, "Come called five-f old salvation-.-f orgiveness, plications. Her brother was a physician down ere my child die," Jesus said to healing, redemption, crowning, satisfying. and had brought many other physicians him, "Go thy way, thy son liveth." And Not that we can limit God's salvation to to see her. She had suffered many things we read, "The man belieied the word that be merely five-fold, it is like a gem of a from many physicians, but rather grew Jesus had spoken, and he went his way." million facets, each facet reflecting His worse. She had never heard of anyone And before he got home his servants "manifold mercies." I told those dear being healed, but as she read the gospel came with the glorious news, "Thy son people in the congregation that there was stories she saw that Christ healed all who liveth !" a complete salvation for them for spirit, came to Him, and she was reminded that soul, and body; and just as the man sick H e is just the same today as then. She God's Promise of the palsy (Matt. 9:2) had healing was reminded of the woman who had About five years ago I was afflicted provided for his body, along with the spent her all on the physicians. That with some trouble at the base. of my forgiveness of his sins, so- they could was just like her own case. She said, spine that was extremely painful. I would -receive the same though the blessed Son "Lord, won't you heal me just as you stretch out my arm, and immediately there of God who is the same yesterday, today, did her." H e dealt with her about many was a locking at the base of my spine and forever, and that there was besides things; one thing H e pointed out was and I would have to lie down on the this much more for them in Christ. With that she had been robbing Him of the ground and gradually straighten myself Him, God has freely given us "all tithes. .She repented of her failings ; and out. If I sat for ten minutes in an auto things." one morning a s >she lay suffering, the it Wuld have the same effect, and it was Spirit of God gave her two scriptures: a very difficult and painful matter to Out of weakness Made Strong "His own self bare our sins" ( 1 Peter straighten out. This went on for some There was a dear old Congregational 2:24), and "Himself . . . bare our sick- months, and then I had to make a long preacher in the audience who did not ac- nesses." Matt. 8:17. The Spirit said, journey. I dreaded sitting for twelve cept the truth of the Lord's healing, and "You believe the one, you don't believe the hours a day on the train. But at the be- I am afraid my sermon was like red other." In a flash she saw that Christ had ginning of the journey I began reading pepper to him. I was sailing happily borne both her sins and sicknesses, and in Exodus, and was fascinated with the along, (even though.no one else was en- she cried out as she attempted to get off words, "I will take sickness away from joying the sermon, I was), when suddenly her couch, "Lor&3 do believe you have the r i d s t of thee." Ezek. 23 :25. I looked that preacher, who could not stand it borne my sickne'ss,as well as my sins." up and said, "Please Lord, do this for any longer, got up and challenged me. She, swooned. When she became con- me." Though not conscious of the ans- He said, "We are hearing strange things scioizs she cried out a second time as she wer being given, atl the end of my thitry- today. This young fellow seems to know attempted to rise, "Lord, I do believe you six-hour journey I was completely healed. more than Paul. He was sick and could have borne my sickness as well as my The promise, "I will take sickness away February 25, 1933 . Page Five from the midst of thee . . . the number of thy days I will fulfil," is one of the blessings of the Old Covenant; and in the New and better Covenant, founded 8 g o e s Sod %eul Guncer? 8 on better promises, we can have this and These Witnesses say "Yes" more. God does not do less for His church than H e did for Israel. An ample' For over two years my health was only temporary. I t would soon be back. prpvisiori is made for our sicknesses in very pooi, but I paid no special attention I was wild and reckless, although my the promises of James 5 :14,15. to myself until I had heinorrhages, then wife was a faithful praying woman; and I decided to consult a physician. He made a minister of the gospel. Finally the Resist the Deoil a study of my case, but was not satisfied prayers of my wife and others, for God W e have an adversary, the very sane with his diagnosis, -thesefore, requested 'to deal with me, were answered, and I one that Job had. The Apostle Peter me to go to a hospital for an X-ray. Still was drawn to the Lord. There came an- tells us what our attitude should be to- this did not satisfy us so he asked-me other. cancer just above where the one wards that adversary. H e says, "Be to see a noted-specialist andysurgeon for had been that-was treated by the electric sober, be vigilant; because your adversary a thorough examination. I made two'trips glow. I t was much worse than the form- the devil as a roaring lion goeth about to see him and on my visit he called me er one had been. I t pained me severely seeking whom he may devour; whom re- into his private office to hear the "ver- and affected my eye. I t looked very sist steadfast ilz the faith." I remember dict." H e said I had cancer which he angry and turned black. I had to cover reading that at a certain circus one of could not promise to cure, but could pro- my eyes at night when meeting a car the lions escaped. Everybody was long my life by using ~ a d i u m perhaps as I couldn't stand the light. The cancer or alarmed, and the police and fire brigade operate. Oh how I dreaded both! I took was about an inch in diameter. Finally I were called out, but those fellows were my case in my hands, refused to do any asked for prayer for the cancer and my just as frightened as the rest of the thing the doctor said. I went to bed wife and her helper, Mrs. Willie Larson, crowd. Finally someone got hold of the remaining there for five weeks, gave up prayed for me. Within three days the proprietor of the circus. H e was only all hopes, life looked very dark. My cancer was completely healed. That was a little fellow but he got the lion by his husband hired help for me and I had a Jan. 18, 1932.-Joe H. Wiggins, Box 45, ear and said, "Come along, you silly nurse, every thing was done for my com- Pasadena, Texas. ass," and he led him to his cage and poked fort and ease. No one exvected me to him in. The proprietor was not afraid live through last Christmas. God moves of the lion because he had conquered him. in mysterious ways His wonders to per- When I was about thirty-five I had And the Lord does not want us to fear form. I prayed as I never diqbefore and what the doctors called gastric fever. I our adversary, the "roaring lion," because asked God to remove my trouble without would have spells that would last several in Christ Jesus we have conquered Him. the radium or knife. , days and make me very sick. Finally H e tells us to resist the devil and he will they became so bad that I could not re- During the Christmas holidays my hus- flee from us. When the adversary comes band met some of the saints in Pentecost, tain any food on my stomach. I-went along with every kind of sickness to put to whom he related my case. They asked to a clinic where several doctors, by the upon you, resist him with the sword of if they might come and pray with me. H e aid of an X-ray picture, examined me the Spirit. I t is written, "There shall no told them I would be glad to see them, so and found that I had two cancers, one on evil befall thee, neither shall any plague in a few days a group of three came to the upper side and one on the come nigh thy dwelling." When you are see me, they were so kind. One of the lower side of the stomach. One of conscious of your weakness, look to the dear sisters read several chapters from them proposed to operate, but the other Lord to rebuke the adversary for you. God's word touching on "Healing the did not. The one who was for operating And your weakness, the weakness of the sick," she then offered such an earnest said I had ninety chances to die to ten frail sheep, will make you cry to One who prayer for my recovery, then after to live. I decided to do nothing, and is greater than David and is more than anointing me with oil and laying on just wait for death. . a match for the roaring lion. hands, I felt so happy and so much better. That same summer we had our camp The next morning, after being in bed meeting in Jamestown, N. Dak., where T u m o r in Side Healed for so long, I went down stairs t o my the brethren often prayed for the sick. I breakfast praising the Lord with tears was lying on my cot in my tent one day A little over a year ago I became ill streaming down my face. I have not when six of the brethren came to pray and took to my bed. Several doctors had a dose of medicine since ; all signs of for me. They took me out under a tree were called in consultation in my case, cancer gone.Iamnow doing my housework and all six of them laid their hands on and their diagnosis disclosed a fibroid for a family of seven. I praise the Lord my head. The weight was almost in- tumor in my left side. As time went on for hearing and answering prayer. I love supportable. One prayed and removed my condition became so complicated that to tell the story wherever I go. My his hand, helping to lighten my burden. the doctors were unable to help me, and friends and loved ones think it a miracle. Finally five had prayed'and the burden had about decided upon a serious opera- -Mrs. Wilmer C. Moore, 648 F St., of the hand still laid on was much lighter. tion as a last resort. About this time the S. W., Washington, D. C. The sixth man prayed and I heard a saints of God began to fast and pray for voice say, "You are healed." I praised the me and I was anointed with oil according Ed. note. T o the above testimony is Lord and felt hungry. I went to a res- t o the Scriptures. God performed a attached the following : taurant and ate a good meal, and then miracle in my body and healed me com- "This sister has attended our church I knew, by this test that I was healed. pletely. About two months later I went regularly and all symptoms have been re- That is seventeen years ago, and I have back to the same specialist and he, after moved. Harry V. Schaffer, 2620 Fourth never been afflicted but once since, and a thorough examination. declared that he Street, N. E., Washington, D. C., Pas- then only for a few moments, when Satan could not find even a trace of a tumor. tor." brought back the symptoms. I cried, My pastor Charles F. Ryans, Chelsea, "The Blood, the Blood," and he left. Mass., will vouch for the truth of this I had a cancer under my right eye, My healing still holds good.-W. F. Her- testimony.-(Mrs.) Maud B. Ross, which was treated by electric glow several big, Cow Boy Evangelist, Great Bend, Lynnfield, Mass, bimes, but the healing that took place was Kansas. Page Six EVANGEL THE PENTECOSTAL 1931, and from that time I gained very - . Cloud of Witnesses O, rapidly. The next week I went back to the hospital and the doctors were sur- prised to see how I had gained, and they Experience Is the-Best Argument said the goiter had diminished in size. . I went back to the hospital several times after that, and the last .time the doctors said they could not feel it at all. They said they had never before heard Healed o f Sugar Diabetes and I was crushed. Then I heard of the Pen- of a case like mine where a goiter dis- Resulting Ailments tecostal folk who pray for the healing appeared without taking any medicine or of the sick. Nov. 20, by a great effort having an operation. I had gained suf- My sugar diabetes finally resulted in and with much help'I went to a divine my going into a coma and being taken to healing meeting in Trinity Tabernacle, ficiently so that on April 1, I went back a hospital. During the six weeks I was in Elizabeth. But my husband thought to work, and it wasn't long until I had there they tried to get blood sugar down it to6 exciting for me and took me away. gained back my weight, 155 pounds. I by giving insulin every two hours, day have been working hard ever since and The next meeting I could attend was have been in good health. My pastor, and night, to get me ready for an opera- March 16, 1931 at Bethel church. The tion, but could not and sent me home to sermon was on backsliders and I found Irving F. Barnes, D.D., 11 Chetwynd die. Excess sugar in the pancreas and that I had never been saved although I Road, West Somerville, Mass., will tes- blood caused gall-bladder infection and had been a church member for a long tify to the truth of the above testimony.- heart trouble. I would drink ninety time and had supposed that I was saved. Chester A. Brown, 35 Alpine Street, glasses of water in twenty-four hours at I went to the altar and got saved that Somerville, Mass. times, which caused excessive elimination day. April 9 I went to Trinity Taber- of urine. nacle again. The Lord spoke to me to A Great Sufferer Healed I am a graduate nurse, having nursed go to the altar where they were tarrying When I was a girl I suffered a dis- for fourteen years, and I know that only for the Baptism and be anointed for heal- located rib, and this pulled out of place by divine help can anyone live who has ing. I went up and asked the pastor, the main nerve to my stoinach. I became taken insulin for any length of time and Brother Swift. H e asked me if I be- a semi-invalid but finally married, al- then discontinuing its k e . I used insulin lieved the Lord would heal me. I said I though I was still a care. Then I fell for six years, finally taking sixty-three did. down stairs and was so injured that three units every day. Finally, when the doc- As soon as Brother Swift laid his days later they thought I was dying. tors said my blood sugar was 20%, on hands on my head I went under the pow- Doctor after doctor was called but I con- September 4, 1932 I was in the Pente- er. I saw a vision of Jesus healing peo- tinued to grow worse. I suffered with costal Tabernacle in Kansas City, Mo., ple. I jumped up and ran back and pain in my left side and back and stomach where Brother A. A. Wilson is. pastor. forth. Oh, it is w~nderful~what Lord and would vomit up even clear water. Oh, the There I had a heart attack and felt that can do! When I went down town the such terrible suffering. I was passing away. next day my friends were astonished at I lay in such a state for twenty-two I told my friend to take me out but she my being out without crutches. On May hours and vomited ninety times in that asked Brother Wilson to pray for me. 2, I was baptized in the Holy Ghost. I period with nothing on my stomach but H e prayed and anointed me with oil. I am well known in Linden. Anyone can a little water. While I was suffering thus was healed aiid went that day to lunch tell you of my sickness and healing.- I was saved through the prayers of the with a friend where I ate sweets of Mrs. F. C. Baltz, 605 Knopf St., Linden, Christian and Missionary Alliance people various kinds and starches-of course N. T. and saw a vision of Jesus. This was strictly forbidden to one having diabetes, Ed. note. To this testimony is attached February 3, 1919. Three days later when and I am still eating them (Jan. 12, the following : I had another spell and was lying there 1933), and I have never taken a unit of insulin since that wonderful day. I am "I was an eye witness to this healing. paralyzed, the Lord spoke audibly to me, telling me to call for Mrs. Beck to come healed. One week after I was healed Walter Moses, 563 9th Ave., W., Poselle, and pray. She came and prayed for me I was tested for sugar in the blood, and N. 1." * no trace of sugar could be found. Praise The Brother Swift spoken of is Allan and I was instantly healed. I have never had any sign of my trouble since.- the Lord!-Marie Foshier, Des Moines, A. Swift, Trinity Pentecostal Church, 415 (Mrs.) Flora I. Troxell, Route 3, Hud- Iowa. Pennington St., Elizabeth, N. J. son, Ohio. Ed. note. Pastor A. A. Wilson, pas- tor at 13th Street and College Avenue, M a n Healed o f Goiter Kansas City, Mo., attaches to the above In the fall of 1930 I began losing - Healed o f Pellagra testimony his wbrds of verification, say- weight and strength. In a short time I Eighteen years ago I was so sorely ing, "This sister after these months is had to give up working. Going to the afflicted with pellagra that I couldn't do enjoying good health. Surely a miracle hospital they said that I had a goiter on my house work, and couldfi't close my was wrought by the hand of the Lord in the thyroid gland. 1 continued to lose hands, they were so sore and so badly this case." weight, going down from 155 to 104 cracked. I sent for Brother B. F. Eden- pounds. They kept me quiet i n t h e hos- field of Laurel Hill, Florida, and Sister Healed o f Paralysis pital under observation for three weeks Alice Griffith of Bagdad, Florida. They August 27, 1930 I had a stroke of and then decided to let me go home a few prayed for me and anointed me with oil paralysis which deprived me of the use days to see if I could build up a little to in the name of the Lord, laying their my limbs on my right side. I was in stand an operation. hands on and commanding the disease bed until Nov. 15. A doctor was called I had come to believe in divine healing to go. God wonderfully healed me, and and he thrust a needle into my foot, but so during the time I was at home I asked I did not take one dose of any medicine, I didn't feel it. When the doctor's ver- my pastor and two other brethr'en to come but relied solely on the Lord.-Mrs. dict that I would never walk without to my home and anoint and pray for me. Lewis J. Natthey, Route 1, Crest View, crutches or a cane if in that way, came, They came on the evening of Jan. 28, Florida. February 25, 1933 Page Seven Cancer and Tuberculosis Healed me and burst into tears. She said, "Mr. Saturday night came and she was not Price, Jesus will never heal me." at the meeting. Sunday morning she I have been healed of both tuberculosis "Why ?" was not back. Sunday night I looked for of the bone and of cancer. Dr. Caroline her and could not find her. Monday "Because I told a big lie. I told a big McGill, 58 West Quartz Street, Butte, morning, Monday afternoon, and no lit- story, Mr. Price, and He will never heal Mont. diagnosed my trouble as bone tle girl-and then I wished I had asked me because H e does not love girls that tuberculosis, and I had a piece of bone for her address. I wanted to look her from my leg grafted in, at the St. James tell lies." Hospital in Butte, but the poison was I asked her, "What did you say!" UP- "I told a lie to you, and H e heard me." But Monday night at the conclusion of still in my system causing me to break "I know H e heard you, but what did my message I asked every one who want- out with great ugly sores and red spots you tell me?" ed to find Christ to come tq the altar. in various places on my body, especially She said, "You asked me if father was There was an aisle clear down the cen- when I would take cold, which I was ter in front of the preacher's stand, and always doing. praying and if mother was praying, and they are not. And I said, Yes. My dad- as I looked away back the first person I became sick with something that caus- dy curses and swears awfully and my I saw coming was that little girl, and I ed me such intense pain that I would mother whipped me the other day be- knew she was healed. The crutches stiffen out and turn bladc and blue. I cause I came to the meeting." And she were gone. She was walking like any was having such dreadful hemorrhages said, "I said they were praying because other little girl, and she was leading by that the doctor who waited on me sent you know you told little girls to have one hand a man. and by the other a me to the County Hospital in George- their mothers pray, and my mamma won't woman. Down they came from the back town, Wash. Here the doctors told my pray. T h v won't pray for me." of the building, and when they got to son that I had cancer of the womb, that I just took her in my arms and said: the front she said, "You kneel here, Dad- nothing could be done for me as I was "Let us get down on our knees and talk dy," and "You kneel here, Mamma." And a hopeless case. I was not saved at that to the Lord about it." she dropped on her knees and she put one time but the Pentecostal people prayed And she said, "I can't." arm around her mother and another that I might be raised up enough to at- Then I remembered she could not around her dad, and she said, "Daddy, tend the meetings. The next morning kneel, and so I put her in my chair, and you pray." Then she said, "Mamma, you after this prayer I got out: of bed alone, she put her little head right near mine, pray." although for three weeks I had been hav- and we prayed. I said, "There is one And she prayed, "0 God, You healed ing to be helped to get out of bed, dressed wonderful thing about the Lord. You me, and You promised me to save my myself, took my own baggage and left know, Honey, H e will .forgive if you mother and daddy. They have come now the hospital, and took the train home have sinned, when you come to Him. and You said You would not turn them forty-eight miles. I was not healed at H e does not like little girls to lie, but H e away."-And in ten minutes it was all that time however. Then I went to Seat- loves little girls just the same. H e will over and we had three of them on the tle, Wash., where Smith Wigglesworth pardon." platform together, and mother and fa- prayed for me. I have never had a hem- She believed it and accepted it, dried ther had found Christ. orrhage since then; all symptoms of bone her eyes and went away. It had happened Monday night when tuberculosis disappeared, and I have been Saturday afternoon came. She was the little girl was sitting at the table- perfect in my body ever since. That was the third little girl I prayed for. When they had a chair made with a special in February 1923.-Mrs. C. B. Laughery, I. prayed nothing happened. The first two board on which her little legs could rest. 310 West Copper Street, Butte, Mont. httle girls got healed. But nothing hap- Mother and father would eat without ask- pened to my little friend. I felt an ab- ing God's blessing, but this little girl W h y I Believe in Divine Healing sence of power, it was like a vacuum. bowed her head and asked God to bless I felt such a spirit come against me. I the bread. She was only ten years old- (Continued from Page Three) opened my eyes. She was praying. I can you imagine it-and as she was pray- into all the world, and p r e ~ c hthe gos- laid my hands on her and anointed her a ing suddenly the glory of the Lord struck pel to every creature. . . . And these second time. I opened my eyes again her body. She had heard big people tes- signs shall follow them fhat believe; in and she was standing there on her crutch- tify enough to know what it meant, she my name shall they cast out devils; they es. I got dead in earnest and I turned felt that electric feeling go through her shall speak with new tongues; they shall to God, I got down on my knees, on my limbs and the new blood come rushing take up serpents; and if they drink any face before God, and I tell you I pray- through. She said, "Mamma, take off deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they ed. And when I opened my eyes she was my braces." shall lay- hands on the sick, and they not there. She had gone. I saw her Her mother said, "Don't be foolish." shall recover." Mark 16:15-18. going down the steps from the platform "Take off my braces." "I know Jews said it, but H e did not still on her crutches, swinging her lit- Her mother looked at her and knew meari it." tle body. I ran to the edge of the plat- something had happened. She took off That would have been the modern in- form and called to her. I think I did it the braces and the little girl slipped from terpretation, but thank God I did not as much to comfort her-as to tell you her chair and stood. And then she ran say that. I told her I would pray for the truth, for some reason my own faith to the bottom of the steps and ran up her. had been shaken. My prayer had not the steps and came down again. And the And just at the end of the conversation been answered. father stood there sobbing, and his first I said, "Is mother praying?' And she turned around and gave me words were these: "What time is the one of the greatest rebukes I ever had, meeting?' "Yes, sir!" but she did it lovingly. She said, "Mr. And she said, "Daddy, what do you "Is your daddy praying?" Price, you don't have to talk to me like want ?" "Yes, sir !" that. I lcnow He will do it. I did not "I want to find Jesus." And then I noticed her lips quiver and expect Him to do it right quick, all of A little child shall lead them. to -my amazement she turned around and a sudden, because my case is so hard, We have the same Jesus. W e have the without saying good-bye she'hobbled off but," she said, "I know H e will do it." same Christ. The same miracle-working the platform and -went away. And with a smile she hobbled down the power. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Halle- Friday she came back and came up to aisle still on her crutches. lujah ! Page Eight February 25, 1933 of sin and sickness, and to point to my- self as a monument of saving grace, to "Go and shew." This scripture was once brought home to me with great force during a time of I broke down in August 1925, while hemorrhages. For four pears now I have fierce testing. I was working in a GOV- working at my trade as a carpenter in testified in Auburn and everywhere I ernment office, and, also holding a number Santa Ana, Calif. I t began with a hem- go that Jesus heals. of meetings a week, and my eyes failed I hold jail and open-air services and under the continuous strain. I felt sure orrhage and these continued for three years. I was spitting blood daily. The my voice never fails. My weight is one that I could secure a prolonged leave of corruption coming from my lungs was so hundred and seventy-five pounds. How absence with salary, six months or even offensive that my wife could not stay in happy and thankful my little family are longer, by making application in the prop- the room at times. I was in bed for that daddy is healed. We are all-filled er quarter but I prayed earnestly before seven months with fever a t about 102. with the Holy Spirit and on our way .to doing so. I lost 40 pounds in weight and had seven glory, looking for Jesus to come.-Clar- To my surprise the healing of the ten different doctors. I went to the moun- ence W. Hougland, Auburn, Calif. lepers was b;ought vividly t o my con- tains near Georgetown, Calif., and lived Ed. note. Attached to this healing is sciousness, and on reading it the words in a cabin for a year and a half, but the statement of Otis H. Green pastor of "as they went" stood out from the page got no better. The doctor advised me Auburn Full Gospel Tabernacle, verify- as though they were for me personally. to go to the Weimar Sanitarium for ing the above testimony. So certain was I of this that I abandoned Tuberculosis, near Auburn, Calif., where all idea of applying for leave and was al- I was in bed for four months. The Healed of Rupture most instantaneously relieved of all trou- ble in using my eyes. X-ray examination showed two cavities My little half brother. Horton Ells- in the apex of my lungs. I gained 30 But it happened "as I went." I had to worth Fowler, was healed of rupture by do some "wenting" before deliverance pounds under their treatment and went to God about a year ago in answer to pray- the.mountains again for 10 months, but was manifested. er. Dr. Weeks of Rosenburg, Texas, told agaln grew worse. I then went back to mamma an operation would be necessary ; Do not fail to note that ten went and Weimar in Sept. 1927 expecting to die. that nothing else would cure him; that it ten were cleansed. God's Remedy for After seven more months in the San- was dangerous as strangulation might all disease met the test as it always does. itarium, I left and went to Auburn. take place at any time and the child die. No matter what the ailment, whether in- About a month' after I was saved I was cipent or advanced, how young or old I did not want to die in the Sanitarium. the sufferer, Jesus never fails. I had lost all hope in doctors, sanitariums, in my room at my mother's and step- father's home, where I live, when my little Leprosy is a type of sin and there is and medicine. Increasing high fever and no remedy for it but a cry to Jesus. Have chills dashed to the ground all the hopes half brother came in looking so pitiful with his little white, pinched-up looking you called upon the Name of the Lord? of nly dear wife and myself. If not come in your sin and sickness, call face. His rupture caused him to b e in In our extremity with all hope in bad health. I picked him up in my arms upon Him, step out on His Word i n the human aid, gone, behold God began to and whispered a prayer for him. I was direction which H e indicates and you will work out His plan. Here in Auburn we have something to show, for you can say so new in salvation that it seemed I could came in touch with the people of the Full "Bchold the Lamb of God which taketh not speak aloud. My little, feeble prayer Gospel Tabernacle. The saints called and away the sin of the world." John 1:29. was answered. The rupture disappeared, left us literature on healing through pray- leaving not one sign remaining, and his But now comes a sharper test. Ten er according to James 5 :14. W e had been cheeks became rosy with health.-Mrs. were leprous; ten called on the Name of members of the Baptist church. I now Ida Bell Weiser, Box 9, Ganado, Texas. the Lord; ten were cleansed, but only began to study my Bible along the line one, and he a stranger of whom nothing of healing and, glory to God, my eyes was expected returned to give thanks; were opened to the wonderful truth that "As They Went" only one cast himself at the feet of Jesus ; Jesus heals as well as saves. .We began (Continued from Page One) only one gloriiied God, and he was a to attend the services at the Full Gospel And please note that they, not one, Samaritan. Tabernacle. I was anointed and prayed two or three, four, five or six of them, "And Jesus answering said, Were there for and took my stand on God's Word but all ten, went, and as they went, not not ten cleansed? but where are the that I was healed and testified to my as they talked about it. sang about it, or nine ?" healing at all the meetings, although the even shouted about it, but as they did it, During the last thirty-five years I have symptoms remained the same. This was they were, all ten of them, the man in known directly and indirectly of the heal- in May 1928. There was no change in the last stages quite as much as the one ing of thousands by t h e - ~ o w e rof- God my condition for six months, so, like who had but recently become infected through the grace of the Lord Jesus Abraham, I had to stand by faith. No- with- the deadly virus, cleansed, and had Christ. Where are they today? vember 7th I received the wonderful something to show that they were not If they were'all like the Samaritan, a t Baptism in the Holy Spirit according to afraid or ashamed to display before a the feet of Jesus, I believe that man of Acts 2:4, and at the same time received whole con£erence of ecclesiastics, viz : the problems which constantly conf%mt the assurance that I was healed. From perfect soundness through faith in the us in Christian work would be solved. that time I never had another hemor- Name of Jesus of Nazareth. Shall we not like David who, when men rhage. I am altogether devoid of theatrical went in jeopardy of their lives to fetch I now asked God to give me a job of aspirations but I am free to confess that him water from the well of Bethlehem, work that would test my lungs, and he ever since the Lord healed me of hope- refused to drink it but poured it out unto did. I secured work in a laundry and less conditions, resulting from Morphine the Lord, say of our lives, redeemed from also at unloading a forty-six ton car of addiction, I have been in the "Show Busi- destruction by His death, coal in eleven hours, and suffered no ness" (it is thirty-five years now), and ill effects whatever. I was completely never expect to retire. I long to tell with "Love so amazing, so divine, healed and could work like any other man every breath what the Lord Jesus Christ S l d l have my life, a t hard labor. I was not afraid of the old is ready to do for the most hopeless cases My love, my all." Page Nine Incipient Revolution in U. S. The state of Iowa is witnessing a farm- er's rebellion against legal processes of foreclosure and tax sale: "Whenever foreclosure sales are held," says The Millions o f Meals During the world war many Jews who Business Week, "farmers gather, armed were in the ranks heard the gospel preach- sometimes with nothing but determined, I n the yearbook of the Salvation Army ed and became Christians. It is planned looks, sometimes with shotguns. Bidders they state that last year they provided to settle these Hebrew Christians in and sheriffs look, and go home, like sensi- 34,670,115 meals to destitute people and Christian colonies in Palestine. Two hun- ble men." This resistance to confisca- also provided sleeping accommodation for dred ex~gabbis, who gave up synxogues tion of the farmer's home is so fast be- 12,147,299 needy people. We have not with large salaries, are now to be trained coming nation-wide, that the president seen the yearbook of any atheistic society as Christian missionaries. of the American Farm Bureau Federa- to know whether they beat that record! tion warns us to expect a revolt in twelve ' W e have our suspicions that they leave Murder and Justice months. - all charity work to Christian associations. It is God's will that every man shall According to the Baltiwore Sun there United States o f Europe? sit under his own vine and under his own are 12,000 murders every year in our fig tree ; and none shall make them afraid. In an interview with Emil Ludwig, the country-more than double the number Micah 4:4. I n the present state of German biographer, Mussolini did not that occurred in 1900. The following economic distress and the perplexity of deny an ambition to rule Europe. Ac- incident will supply one explanation for the experts there seems to be no hope cording to the BaLtintore Sun, he replied this condition. When Arthur Tain, one that any government today will be able as follows to questions about his found- time assistant District Attorney, was to realize this ideal. ing a European state : "Tiue, I am nearer Russia has not to this idea than I was five years ago. prosjcuting a homicide case in Manhat- solved the problem; its government has But the time is not yet ripe. The crisis tan, the lawyer for the defense said to simply made national slaves of ,the work- has first to be intensified. New revolu- him, "My young feller, do you think I er. But the words spoken by the proph- - tions will come and it is as their sequel care what this jury does? Not one mite. et shall be fulfilled when the world is that the type of the Europe of tomorrow I got a nice little error into the case the under the divine dictatorship of the Lord will be established." first day-and I've set back ever since. Jesus. The stage is rapidly being set for the S'pose we are convicted. I'll get Jim here A New Movement appearance of a great world leader, who (the prisoner) out on a certificate and it'll will make the last human effort to save be two years before the Court of Appeals According to the Life of Faith a new the world. will get around to the case. Jim'll be out revival movement has broken out in Ger- makin' money to pay my fee-won't you, many. "Led by the Dutch Grail Girls, T h e School o f War Jim? Then your witnesses will be gone a thousand of whom, 'dressed in brilliant According to theqditor of the World and nobody'll remember what it's all robes and cloaks,' marched through the Dontinion, the Nazis (followers of Hit- about. You'll be down in Wall Street streets of the city. This movement is ler) of Germany are infusing a militaris- practicing real law yourself and the in- said to have taken the capital of Germany, tic spirit into German youth. In a recent dictment will kick around the office for by storm. These girls who have come Nazi church service the preacher felt' a year or so, all covered with dust, and right from Holland looked so pretty and bound to omit the words "Blessed are the some day I'll get a friend of mine to come fresh and full of life that as they passed peacemakers," when reading the Beati- . in quietly and move to dismiss. . . Why, the people turned and followed them, and tudes. "Among Germany's children, the a thousand other murders will have been when they turned up on the square like a seeds of hate are being sown. All chil- committed, in this county by that time. regiment of soldiers, they attracted a dren over seven are taught 'the injustice . . . . It's a fact. . . I've been doin' crowd of many thousands. Addressing .the multitude the girls spoke as if the of the peace treaty,' and intone in chorus it for forty years. You'll see." 'The shame of Germany shall burn in our thousand voices were one. I n German .souls until the day of honor and free- How we long for the time when the they proclaimed that the world would be dom! " "king shall reign in righteousness, and saved by the reign on earth of Christ the When the Lord comes, there will be princes shall rule in judgment!" Isa. 32: king: This new religious movement one course of instruction compulsorily 1. H e will deal with those who "justify oriqnated in Holland where a number omitted from the curriculum of every the wicked for reward." Isa. 5 :23. of women believe that if all the woman school. As the prophet has said, "Neith- in Europe do not return to the princi- er shall they learn war any wzure." Isa. ples of Christianity, our Christian civil- ...SPECIAL... 2 :4. ization will be extinct in three genera- tions. This campaign is designed to in- T w o Hundred Ex-Rabbis I spire girls and young woman to co- "Without army, navy, or leader, the operate in a religious revival." Jew is more influential in the world to- The editor of this paper comments: day than ever before. The Jew has been preserved for a great purpose-to be a Healing Number "Naturally we should like to know more about the movement before expressing missionary to the world." So says Sir any opinion with regard to it. It is ob- Leon Leviston, the first international qj T h e first eight pages of vious to all that the present religibus state president of the Hebrew Christian Al- this issue will be reprinted for of the world is far from satisfactory and liance. it may be that the Lord is going to make "When we accept the Lord Jesus as special circulation. Price, 100 use of unusual instruments to arouse it our Saviour, we do not cease to be Jews," to its need of spiritual quickening." says Sir Leon. "We are Jews by race, copies, $1.00; 25 copies, 25 and Christians by grace. I am a Jew cents. in this world and I shall enter the next See Special Offer on world a Jew." Page Fifteen Page Tetr T H E PENTECOSTAL EVANGEL February 25, 1933, " A n d T h e y Continued Stead- Dallas, Texas, Full Gospel Church 29 Gooding, Idaho, First Local Assem- fastly. . . in Prayers" Hannibal, Mo., Assembly of God _ ..29" . bly Wilmington, Dela., Pent'l Tab'n. - 18 19 There is no ministry that can compare Bremerton, Wash., Pentecostal Mis- with the ministry of prayer . for real sion 1 28 Hattiesburg, Miss., Assembly of God 18 fruitfulness for God, for it is in prayer Joplin, Mo., Asse~nblyof God 27 . Evergreen, Ala., New Hope Assem- that we contact Him who is the source Martin, Pa., Woodside Assembly -. 26 bly 18 of all life and power, and without Him Anaconda, Mont., Full Gospel Re- Perry, Iowa, Assembly of God 18 we can do nothing. vival Mission 25 Lexington, Ky., Assembly of God - 17"' Many are the letters which we are re- Inglewood, Calif., Full Gospel As- Firth, Idaho, Faith Mission Band 15 ceiving telling of God's answers to prayer sembly ----...-..-u.-....--.. ---.-....--.--.....-. 23 Wolf Point, Mont., Assembly of God 15 through theprayer re- Tasonville, Ind., As- quests we have printed - senzblv of God .- for our Prayer Band. It ~ a l v e r ; Ark., So- was after the early dis- cial Hill Assembly 15 ciples had continued in Dayton, Ohio, Bell- prayer that the Word brook Mission -- 14 tells us "many wonders Tottenville, N. Y., and signs were done by Wells Memorial the apostles." The min- Pent'l Church . 14- istry of prayer is a bless- Fort Towson, Okla., ing not only to the one Pentecostal A s- for whom prayer is of- sembly 12 fered but also for the Pampa, Texas, Full pray-er- himself. Num- Gospel Temple - 12 bers are still rallying to Woodland, Calif., our appeal for prayer Full Gospel As- and we have passed the sembly 12 7900 mark. W e must Baker, Oreg., As- not stop until we have s p b l y of God - 12 at least ten thousand. Port Colden, N. J., Prayer Bands have been Pent'l Lighthouse 11 organized in Af rica, Durant, Fla., Pleas- . South America Cuba, and ant Grove A s s e n also among our Latin- bly 11 American brethren in Corcoran, C a 1 i f., the United States. May Full Gospel Mis- God bless every faithful sion 11 laborer in this great Centralia, W a s h., work. The following First Pentecostal are the assemblies that Church 11 have united with us since Cresaptown, M d., the date of our last pub- Cresaptown As- lished list: bly 11 Minneapolis, Minn., Sisseton, S. Dak., North Central Bi- Bethel Church -- 10 ble Institute -..--.I08 Copyright by S. S. Times. Used by permission. Dorchester. Nebr.. Los Angeles, Calif: Pent'l church .-110 Bethel Temple -1 95* Pomona, Calif., First Full Gospel Cannanore, South India, Hebron Davisville, Mo., Assembly of God - 50 Church 23* Mission 10 Dayton, Ohio, Bethel Temple 50 Independence, Kans., Full Gospel East Moline, Ill., Pent'l Church 10 Delano, Calif., Full Gospel Chnrch _ . .44* _ Tab'n. 22 New Albin, Iowa, Gospel Hall 9 St. Paul, Va., Pent'l Assembly 40 Loveland, Colo., Assembly of God ..--22 Ione, Oregon, Ione Pentecostal S,. S. 9 Everett, Mass., Glad Tidings Tab'n; 39 Albany, Oreg., Full Gospel Assembly 22 San Diego, Calif., Latin American Port Angeles, Wash., Pent'l Assem- Portland, Oreg., Full Gospel Assem- Bible Inst. 8 bly of God 37* bly 22* _-.-.----.--------.----......--..--m-----7- Willows, Calif., Glad Tidings Mis- Grants Pass, Oreg., Full Gospel Minot, N. Dak., Gospel Taber'n. .. 22 .. sion 7 .. Temple . . - 35* Sumner, Wash., Full Gospel Mission 21 Warsaw, Mo., Prayer Band 6 Chambersburg, Pa., Bethel Pent'l Levelland, Texas, Assembly of God 20 Lake City, Ark., Assembly of God --- 6 Church : -- --. .m . - .. --- - 33* Moville, Iowa, Full Gospel Assembly 20 Phillipsburg, Mont., Revival Mission 5 Coffeyville, Kans., Assembly of God 31 Heppner, Oreg., Pent'l Assercbly -. 19* .. Weiser, Idaho, Pent'l Mission ,- - 31* Midway, Texas, Assembly of God ..-- .- 19 *The assemblies marked with an asterisk West Point, Ill., Assembly of God 30* Bridgeport, Conn., United Pentecos- has been reported previously but have Pueblo, Colo.; -Glad'Tidings'Tab'n -- 29 tal Church 19 increased their numbers. Febrrtary 25, 1933 T H E PENTECOSTAL EVANGEL Page E l e v m Ten Communists Converted Lasi messages from God in writing under the "At the women's meeting a young girl Month in Danzig special anointing of the Spirit in a small was prayed for for healing. She is t h e backward handwriting that looks almost victim of demon power and pines away,. Brother Albert CJause writes : "Ten like a scribble. H e writes these messages with no appetite, no ambition, no desire came to the Lord last month and one down often giving chapter and verse, and to live and afraid to die. W e are believ- received the Baptism. I t is our desire 'can turn to them and read them any time ing God to deliver this young woman to reach some more of the Communists at will. The boys say he prays much and and get glory to His Name." this year, for many are only in the move- does not eat plenty like other boys. H e ment because of despair. I t is no wonder preaches under the evident anointing of the working people despair, living in ter- the Spirit and people are much interested Pentecostal Fire Fulls in Japan rible conditions year in and year out with and moved. Large numbers of old and During our New Year meetings the no work. Many have been ,won for young people have professed conversion Pentecostal fire fell, yes just as it did Christ in the past year, and with love in in his meetings, and the heathen towns on the day of Pentecost. Three precious our hearts and'a message of love we can are sending for him to come and preach waiting souls were filled with the Holy win some more of them. God's Word to them. H e came ashore Spirit and spoke with other tongues a s "A few months ago a sister cam: to us from a steamer he was traveling on near the Spirit gave utterance. One was a and asked us to pray for her father who the coast, and the steamer went off and young man who but two months ago was was in the insane asylum. W e visited left him so he came back in the interior a strong Socialist. H e came into our mis- him there but saw him in a pitiful con- with Miss Dobbins and has about made sion one evening to cause trouble, but went dition. H e was in a cage where they keep up his mind that God wants him to preach home saved. What a testimony he has. those who are mad. The doctor said there the gospel down this way." Lord bless him! Another was a young was no help for him. W e told him there man who is studying the Word with us was help wlth the Lord for we had prayed expecting to become a worker. The third for people that had been insane and that First Baptismal Service Takes was our worker.-John W . Juergensen. the Lord had healed them. The Doctor Place in Chi Tien, China said, 'Yes, the Lord could help.' W e The following report of the work in prayed for the insane man at the assembly Chi Tien is a part of a very interesting New Victories in Gold Coast, and in a short time his reason was re- letter recently received from Howard and Africa stored and he was discharged from the Edith Osgood: "I wish you could have A very interesting letter of victory has asylum as perfectly sane. been with us at our first baptismal sei vice recently come from Brother Lloyd Shirer. "We thank the Lord that the Bible in Chi Tien. There was only one to be I t is in part as follows: "A few months school has opened again in Danzig. Many immersed, but it was truly a great joy ago we started instruction classes for missjonaries from the different countries to us. The candidate was our gardener. those who professed salvation. W e gave are coming. W e are hoping that the W e held a service on the bank of the river. them thorough lessons on the major doc- school may be kept open pprmanently." Many Chi Tien f o k s were there and we trines of the Bible. When the mission- pray that God may talk to theri hearts aries met to examine the candidates for of Unusual Anointing Upon Young through some part fine the meeting.before gardener gave a testimony The baptisn it was felt that five young men had a definite experience of salvation Native Worker them all and we believe that his life is which would warrant their being baptized. This blessed latter rain outpouring, bearing fruit. Pray for this young nian. J t was then arranged that we should have which we are enjoying in this country, "The next day after the baptizing, the a week of special prayer with the Chris- is being manifested in a marvelous way gardener and I went with a Chinese doc- tians just preceding their baptism. Some- in other countries as'well. God is no re- tor named H o to the doctor's village to times these new babes in Christ wept specter of persons and according to let- preach. I t was a long walk of seven miles. for joy and other times they shouted ters from the field we see that H e often Dr. Ho's house is a flat topped dwelling, the praises of God as they got through picks up humble natives, fills them with built of mud and the rooms are very dark to new victory in their lives. His Holy Spirit and anoints them for His but I an? sure the doctor's heart is lighter "Up until this time we had been having service. now than it was for he is opening it to services in our bungalow but long ago Brother J. M. Perkins writes of such the sunshine of the Son of God. That it had proved too small. The govern- a case in Liberia, West Africa. H e night the wide entry way to the doctor's ment's approval had already been granted says, "We have a very remarkable young house was filled with about thirty guests, to us for the erection of our school build- ' man with us here in the work just now. only a few finding room to sit and the ing and work had been pressed on with His name is John Tobey. H e is the son rest standing. They all listened atten- vigor to complete the schooI so that we of big King Tobey of Cape Palmas. King tively to the wondrous old story of Jesus could have our Christmas services in it: Tobey is big Icing for all the Kru people and His love. Dr. Ho's wife held aloft The large school was filled to overflow- on the coast here. H e has or had some a pine torch, replenishing it with more ing for the service which followed the 17 wives at one time. H e is an old man pine as often as it was necessary, and in baptismal service. People gathered from now, but still has a great influence with this dim light we sang, read, preached miles around and filled the room, ver- his people. King Tobey is one of the and prayed. andahs and all available space. The king trusties of the German Woerman Firm "I didn't sleep much that night for my of the Dagombas was present with his here. When the big war was on and it bed was of boards so I was glad to be elders and sixteen chiefs or their per- was evident that the Germans would be up early next morning. W e preached sonal representative. taken prisoners, the Woerman agent here that day in a temple in one of the near "I am sure you will be glad to hear of delivered all his valuables to King Tobey villages. Part of this temple is made into this great blessing upon the work in the to hold and keep for him, and Tobey &id a school house by using a bamboo mat Gold Coast." not disappoint him, but kept all safely for a partition. W e had the teacher until he returned after the mar. and his scholars for a part of the audience. "John Tobeyt has been associated with The doctor, much interested in the gospel, Are you a home missionary? Are you the Shakleys for some time I understand handed out tracts. H e discusses the Bible scattering tracts everywhere? Order some and received a wonderful Baptism in the with his friends and is leading many to tracts today. One pound, 40 cents; 3 Spirit up there. H e claims to get his become interested in the Lord. pounds, $1.00. Page Twelve February 25, 1933 H E A V E N L Y PRAISE ABOUNDING A S P U R T O GREATER VICTORY ACCEPTANCE O F T H E G O S P E L Ella I. Henry, Robinson, Ill., reports: "For Mrs. Will Cunningham, Spur, Tex., writes: BRINGS MERCY the past 5 weeks we have been in a revival, with Brother Bailey of Mattoon, in charge Be- "God is blessing the work W e praise the Lord for answering our prayer by sending Clarence H. Jensen, Alexandria,- M~M., re- . ports: "I have recently closed an evangelistic - tween 50 and 60 have been saved and many Pastor and Mrs. Whitlock to take charge. effort at Selfridgs, N. Dak., where Pastor and have been filled with the Holy Ghost!' The crowds are increasing and the work is Mrs. D. M. Zimbleman are. in charge. God growing. Both the church and the Woman's blessed our combined efforts there and more GOD'S FIERY PILLAR LEADS O N Missionary Council have been reorganized. The than a score sought the Lord for His pardoning Pastor F. Ewald, Everett, Mass., reports: Christ's Ambassadors' band are encouraged to mercy. The Lord also blessed in baptizing "We recently closed a good campaign with go on with their service for the Master. All are the hungry with the Holy Ghost!' H. E. Hardt, of Falling Waters, W. Va., in laboring in faith that God mill make this work charge. A number of souls were saved and a praise and a blessing!' CANCER A N D T U M O R S M I T T E N several backsliders were reclaimed. The Lord is still blessing our services and we feel the BEAMS FROM T H E GOSPEL L A M P Pastor G. H. Millard, Hastings, Nebr, re- Spirit leading forward to a great revival!' ports: "Sister Fischer, of Old Orchard, Me., John Gutknecht writes-from Dormont, Pa.: has been with us in an 8 weeks' revival which "We have just closed a successful campaign closed last night. The city has been stirred GOD BLESSES I N LAUREL at the Free Gospel Mission, North Side, Pitts- over the results. Several remarkable healings Pastor Bennie Slye, Pentecostal Tabernacle, burgh, L. T. Stuart, of Kibrniller, Md., evan- have taken place. One woman dying of cancer Savage, Md., reports: "For the 3% weeks end- gelist. The attendance and interest were ex- of the stomach, and whom the doctors said ing Jan. 29, the Lord has greatly blessed in a ceedingly good; between 60 and 70 sought the could live only a few hours, was healed. A revival in Laurel, conducted by Evangelist and Lord for salvation or to be reclaimed. This in- German woman's being healed of a serious Mrs. J. Edward Garns, of Hagerstown. Seven cluded many who were Christians in name but tumor so stirred the German people that many came for salvation and 2 received the B a p had never experienced the new birth. Believers of them came and were healeti and some re- tism with the Holy Ghost." have been revived and blessed, and the revival ceived the Holy Ghost. This has opened the way spirit still continues!' into some very prominent homes here. This is I N T E R E S T PROFOUND, LASTING one of the best prospects I have ever witnessed Pastor and Mrs. E. T. Quanabush write from FORCEFUL MISSIONARY I M P E T U S for planting the true gospel." Freehold, N. J.: "The campaign conducted by A report from Pastor Victor Greisen, Coffey- Joseph Terlizzi, Columbus, O., at the Free- ville, Kans., reads: "We praise the Lord for the BANDS O F SICKNESS L O O S E D hold Tabernacle has come to a close. Much splendid missionary convention held here last A member 07 the Trinity Pentecostal Church, work has been done for the furtherance of we&. The messages of Noel Perkin and Elizabeth, N. J., writes: "Otto J. Klink has the gospel. Many times the building was pack- E. S. Williams were deeply searching and b e p with us for the past 3 weeks in a suc- ed to capacity. Many were reached and a pro- profitable, and stirred many to greater spiritual cessful attack on the strongholds of Satan. The found interest remains." and missionary activity. Several have since saints have received a wonderful refreshing. A made pledges for world missions. The min- spirit of love and unity, reaching even to the WORD ENRICHING UPBUILDING istry of Brother Evans and Brother and Sister strangers within our doors, prevails. The au- Pastor E. A. Musick reports from Lamesa, Hatch, all of Central Bible Institute, was great- dience listened hungrily to the earnest, Spirit- Tex.: "We have had a precious meeting, .in ly appreciated and broke down much prejudice. filled messages. Nightly the crowd increased charge of J. B. Brumlow. About 13 wept The manager of KGGF was glad to have the in numbers until it was scarcely possible to their way through to Calvary and 6 received the group from C. B. I. broadcast, and is anxiously find room for all. About 23 were saved, 10 precious Holy Ghost, as in Acts 2:4. Three awaiting a future appointment w t them!' ih were baptized with the Holy Ghost, and several followed the Lord in baptism. As the old-time others are still seeking His fullness. Many are power was manifest, the saints were greatly JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH ( T H E LORD I S still praising the Great Physician for His uplifted in spirir. All greatly- enjoyed $he PRESENT) presence and power in the healing services. As blessing of God in the ministry of the Word!' Charles Chokan, Beaver Falls, Pa., reports: H e met them their bands of sickness were loosed and they were set free. Allan A. Swift - BLEST BY PRESENCE D I V I N E "We praise the Lord for His holy presence on Jan. 28 in Ellwood City, the place of our is pastor." Pastor Harvey Dunn writes from Elvins, regular worship. As the meeting began I Mo.: "Louis Draper, Nton, Ill., conducted a asked the, saints to arise for prayer. W e im- ATTRAC,TIVE W I T H I N , W I T H O U T ,revival here Dec. 10-Jan. 22. The presence plored God to come down in our midst and J. N. Hoover has completed a 2 weeks' evan- and blesssing of the Lord were manifest let the rivers of living water flow that thirsty gelistic Bible conference at Sixth Avenue throughout the meeting. The building, which souls might be filled. H e answered by sending -Pentecostal Tabernacle, Vancouver, B. C. This will seat 300 or more, nizht after night was the power of the Holy Spi& in such a way is one of the most successful campaigns held in filled to overflowing. About 26 were saved that there was no time for preaching or sing- the history of the congregation. T h e inspiring or reclaimed and 9 were filleil with the Holy ing, for all were on their faces before God. messages, in spite of adverse weather con- Spirit." The prayer service lasted until 1 :00 a. m. Four ditions, attracted large crowds to both the sisters received the blessed Comforter, speaking afternoon and evening sessions. Many came JOY I N "ABUNDANT" PARDON in other tongues and glorifying God. This night forward for salvation and for the infilling of Pastor H. L. Bayless, Sentinel, Olcla., re- will be long-remembered by the Roumanian the blessed Holy Spirit, and some cases of ports: "For the past 3 weeks Joe Wilkerson, Pentecostal Mission of Ellwood City!' healing were reported. All were grateful for of Duncan, Okla., has been with us in a re- the goodly number who united with the church vival. The Lord gave us 2 wonderful out- W I T H T H E LORD during the campaign. Splendid progress is pouring of His Spirit. Twelve found pardon Brother George W. Nichols, of Sayre, Okla., now being made in every department of the at Jesus' feet and a number received the Bap- went on-to be with the Lord, Jan. 29. H e was work, and under the ministry of Pastor A. N. tism with the Holy Ghost. W e accepted the loved by everybody who knew him. A host of Glanville, the congregation is increasing stead- pastorate here about 2 months ago; the church friends crowded the M. E. Church for the ily. Much repair work has recently been done was struggling to go forward, but with many funeral-the largest ever held in Sayre. W e on the building, chiefly by volunteer labor, and obstacles. W e are grateful for the revival extend our sincere sympathy to the sorrowing the interior of the church has been attractively spirit that continues in our midst" wife and children left behind. decorated." - February 25, 1933 Page Thirteen Lord entered the home of the ruler H e silenced the noisy mourners with the words, "The dam- sel is not dead, but sleepeth." The Lord did not mean that the maiden was not dead. See John 11 :11-14. H e described her condition of death a3 a sleep, because H e was going to T H E LORD JESUS C H R I S T GIVING exiles carrying a consignment of gold for the awokeit her to life. T o those in Christ, death LIFE AND HEALTH temple, fasted and prayed for divine protec- is simply a sleep. When we see a loved one Lesson for March 5 : Mark 5:21-24, 35-43. tion until he felt that the Lord "was intreated sleeping, we do not worry. W e know that he So far we have witnessed a revelation of of us." Ezra 8:21-23. After Paul the apostle or she will awake in the morning. When we Christ's power over sin, sickness, nature, and had almost been pulled to pieces at the Jewish see lying before us one who has died in Christ, demons. In our present lesson we shall observe council (Acts 23 :9, l o ) , he must have earnestly we must not mourn as those who have no hope. a demonstration of H i s power over the grim prayed, for we read "And the night following The departed one is only asleep, for the Lord reaper-Death. the Lord stood by him." H e will stand by us, of life will awaken him in the resurrection TI14 Siii~plicity of Prayer. A ruler of the and go with us as we trust Him. morning ! synagogue, named Jairus, fell at Christ's feet A Discotwagig~g Delay. On his way to the The Superitat~wal Xatrirdnlness of Christ. and said, "My little daughter lieth at the point sick-chamber the Lord stopped to heal a woman After raising the girl from her deathbed, the of death: I pray thee, come and lay thy hands with an issue of blood. Mark 5:25-34. How Lord Jesus was practical enough to instruct upon her, that she may be healed; and she Jairus must have chafed and nervously fretted the parents to give her food, in order to sus- shall live." This ruler (or deacon as we should under this delay, as he thought of the fast- tain the life that H e had restored. There is say) had for years read the formal prayers ebbing life of his child. And how impatient a marvelous blending of the supernatural and of the synagogue service. When he knelt be- and depressed and worried many of us have the natural in the life of Christ. The miracle fore the Lord at this time of need in his life been in the face of divine delays and retarded of His birth took place in a manger, unheralded he little realized that he was actually praying; answers to prayer. But notice that there is no to the wise and great of the world; throughout his petition was so natural, so spontaneous, so nervousness about the Lord Jesus. There is His ministry H e combined a submission to the earnest H e knew of the power of Christ, and no record in the Gospels that H e ever lost His natural conditions of life with a power to over- had probabjy heard His teaching; inspired by composure. In every situation, as in the inci- come them when necessary for God's, glory this knowledge, with faith in the ability of the dent of the feeding of the multitude, "He him- (compare Matt. 4:2-4 and 14:15-21) ; on the Teacher, he poured forth a heartfelt request. self knew what he would do." John 6:6. cross, after opening the gates of heaven to the Prayer is just that simple. I t is a matter A Discotrragiitg Message. Jairus' discour- dying thief H e provided a n earthly home for of coming to the great Friend, making known agements were not at an end, for he received His mother; after His supernatural resurrec- our need, and asking Him to help us. The the heart-rending message, "Thy daug'hter is tion H e took time to prepare breakfast for H i s Lord does not regard the length, loudness, dead: why troublest thou the Master any fur- disciples (John 21 :9-12) ; and i n heaven, the eloquence, or language of a prayer. H e is ther?" I n time of stress, when our situation Son of God Himself wilt gird Himself to serve looking for simple faith. seems to become worse. after a11 our prayers, His faithful ones. Luke 12:37. OZW Great Conrpairioir. "And Jesus went we sometimes hear inward voices (and some- Co-operatiitg w i t h the Lord. After the Lord with him." Although Jairus' daughter still times outward voices) saying, "Don't bother had done His part in raising the girl, H e in- lay sick, his prayer was parctically answered, the Lord any more; the condition is hopeless." structed the parents to do their part and pre- for the Lord Jesus was walking with him to But Jesus heard that discouraging message pare food for her. So it is in, all His dealings the sick chamber. Those who pray with faith (verse 36), for H e knows all our discourage- with us. When H e has done the supernatural and earnestness may expect to become con- ments, and H e said to Jairus, as H e will say part of the transaction, H e expects us to do scious of the presence of the Lord Jesus. Moses unto us today, "Be not afraid, only believe." what is within our power. After H e has raised refused to lead Israel from Sinai until he was Fear and worry never help any situation; faith sinners from spiritual death His instructions to sure that Jehovah was with him. Ex. 33:3-15. a l w a w helps. the workers in H i s kingdom are, "Feed my Ezra, returning from Babylon with a group of Thc Rcsrwrcctwit and the Life. When the sheep." I ...PENTECOST... DONALD BY A NEW BOOK JUST OFF THE PRESS This Book Contains Nine of Brother Gee% Messages on Pentecostal Subjects The Following Are Chapters in the New Book: -- Pentecosl- qw My Personal Testimony to Pentecost Keeping Filled with the Spirit He Shall Baptize You with the Holy HOW to Discern the Voice of the Ghost ' Spirit b A Letter to an E n a u ~ r e r Baptized to be an "Interpreter" To Seekers After the Baptism In the Holy Spirit The Fruit of the Spirit Temperance (Self-control) Holiness and ,Spiritual Gifts A Call to Balance Spiritual Gifts and ~ " a n ~ e l i s r n This book contains 93 pages of excellent reading, a;ld is printed on egg-shell paper in very ex- cellent type. A copy should be in the hands of every Pentecostal believer. I t is a splendid book to give to those who have not received the Baptism as it brings convincing proof that the Baptism in the Spirit, accompanied with signs following, i s a scriptural experience. We have published this book at the small price of ......................................... - .......---.-..-. 25~ Postpaid Order your copy today. THE GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE - Springfield, Mo. Page Fowteen THE PENTECOSTAL' EVANGEL Febrzrary 25, 1933 W E S T E R N N E W YORK F E L L O W S H I P T O P E K A , KANS.-Feb. 24-26, a t 610 Lime St. Assembly of God Kings a r t Tenn C. Utley Pastor. Noel Perkin and other brethren' Full Cospel Assembly g a r t i n g t o n Nebr MEETING ' f m m ~p;ingfirld, hfo., will be present to m i n i h e r Milroy Bethel Mission Milroy P a Pastor Harold J. Snelgrove .reports from the Word. Pent'l Mission Burnham P a Buffalo, N. Y.: "Feb. 1 was a wonderful day - Assembly of God Campbell Mo Sweetwater Assembly Sweetwater Okla CHICAGO ILL.-Neilo P.. Thomsen o f 'India Assembly of God S S Boynton Okla :at the Pentecostal Tabernacle, 629 E. Delavan will b e . splake: for the Ch~cago YO& ~e0~l.z'; Pent'l Asembly of God Jobnsville 'Ohio Ave. This was the anniversary day of fellow- Fdiowshlp meetmg a t Stone Church Stewart a n d F i r s t Pentecostal Church Mount Union P a 706h Sts., Feb. 25, 7:45 p. m . - ~ ~A. fSpoi~lg., Assembly of God Per+ Tex ship meetings, in western New YorK and the Chalrman. Assembly of God Goodr~ch Colo :fourth anniversary of the Pentecostal Taber- Assembly of God S S Anadarko Okla Assembly of God Newark Tex nacle in Buffalo. The morning was spent in Full Gospel Mission S S Windber P a intercessory prayer and waiting upon God. Assembly of Gbd S S Lookeba Okla Christian Assembly Harrison Ohio When the ministers and delegates arrived they Christ's Ambassadors Longdals Okla .at once went to prayer and the tide of prayer Christ's Ambassadors Sparks Okla Christ's Ambasadors Pent'l Assembly of God .arose and fell until noon. About 150 persons Goadrich Cola sat down to tables supplied by the Buffalo T h e Assembly of God Church Koshkonong Mo Sunday School F d l Gospel Assembly Orrville .church. The ministers and workers' meeting Ohio following was attended by the presence of the iss&nbly of God Mission \Vest Tarre H a u t e *.." . 14 Lord, and the regular meeting at 2:30 began .with a full house. Meyer Tan Ditter and J. - Sunday School O'Donnell Tex Cherry Creek S S Sioux Pass Mont P H I L A D E L P H I A , PA.-Highway Missmn Taber- S S Class Ethel Mo 'Roswell Flower each brought a message; their nacle, comer 19th a n d Creen Sts. Feb. 26 through Gree.3 Ridge Assembly Flintstone Md unity of thought demonstrated the harmony of March. H a r r y E. Bowley. Tulsa, '0kla. Evangelist. Christ's Ambasadors Kansas City Ka- Services each night except Mondays a; 8:00; Sun- Community Gospel Mission and S S Spring- t h e Spirit's guidance. During the first mes- days 10:30 and 7:30. Visitors will find rooms and meals reasonably priced near the c h u r c h c F l e m Van fi&l - -- M n Aasrmbly of God Davenport Okla sage the Spirit fell on a young woman, and Meter. Pastor. Cambridge Acsembly of God Cambridge Ohio i n a short time she had received a glorious Bap- Assembly of Cod S S Grceley Colo ?ism. Ministers and visitors, responding to the CHANCE O F DATES Assembly of God S S Warrior Ala Assemh:y of God Church Hai'ingen T e x altar call, remained until late in the afternoon .SUPERIOR, W1S.-Joint Minnesota and Wiscon- Le Mars Full Gospel Asscmbly Le Mars Iowa weeping and rejoicing. Some of the ministers, Assembly of God S S Yoakum T o r Young Men's Bible Class Bethel Temple Day- 'having come from long distances had to re- to:, Ohio turn, but about 25 remained to take part in the Assembly of God Wesson A r k praise and testimony meeting at night, after U .inn Beach Pe.~tecostal Mission Union Beach N T which E. C. Sikes, Secretary of the District, FELLOWSHIP MEETINGS W E S T CENTRAL Snomac Assembly of God Snomac Okla brought a heart-searching message." DISTRICT Cedar Rapids Assembly Cedar Rapids Iowa Chariton Ia. Feb. 17-19 ~nox;ille ;[a. Feb, 24-26; Galilee Pentecostal Mission S S Mjlford Conn hena an do ah 1;. March j-5; ~ r i m & n , 'MO. March Assembly of God S S Grand P r a m e T e x 10-12; ~ a n & b a l . ' ~ o . March 14-16; Milan, MO:, March , Full Osspel S S Arlingten Wash LEBANON, PA., I N GRIP O F REVIVAL 31-Apnl 2. Churchcs and ministers near these con- Assembly of God S S Chickasha Okla ventcons are expected t o cooperate.-Roy E. Scott. Pentecostal Church Dorchester Nebr "Pentecostal showers of blessing are falling in our midst," writes Pastor S. R. McComsey. Dist. Supt. - Full Gospel Missmn Araade N Y Assembly of God Bucklin Mo Heights Full Gospel Center Peoria Ill "Recently 29 have found Christ as their Sav- B A T T L E C R E E K M1CH.-Evangelist and Mrs. F o r t Pla1.i~ S S Freehold N J iour and 12 have received the Holy Ghost. The James Roland ~ u m n ; e l , of Philaddphia Pa. preach- Mt. Zion S S Riverton Iowa era and singers will co.lduct a n old1fashibned re- Sandy Land S S El Dorado Ark power of* falls even when we have no vival a t the Chhrch of the Fourfold Gospel Pente- Pentecostal S S Gerald Mo preaching. Six were saved last Sunday. Two costal 303 Capital Ave. N. E. beginning 'Feb. 19. Pentecostal S S Ava I11 ~ e r v i l e seach night exc.zpt ~ a t u ; d a p a t 7330. Evan. Asssmhly of God Boottsbluff Nebr young women have been healed of T. B. Two gelists may be lcached clo P a s t o r A. N. Trotter, Full Gotipel P m t ' l S S Winter Garden Fla of the Mormon faith have been saved and bap- tized with the Holy Ghost. Each Thursday and 53 N. Unien St. - OKLAHOMA S E C T I O N A L M E E T I N G S Assembly of Cod Baker Ore Full Gospel Tab'n Newberg Ore Assembly of Gnd Lockney T e x Sunday the place is crowded. The entire town North Central Section, Drumright March 7-9; Assembly of God Frankston T e x is becoming interested and awakened; the E. E. Baker Pastor Wallace rag^, Wellston Nagnolia P a r k Christ's Ambasadors .Houston --.. lrli Presbyter. ~ d u k h ce&al Section, Senunole, M a r d enemy is beginning to oppose but this has only 13-15. Berl Dodd P a s t o r ; J. A. Linn 405 N. Elm Chrtst's Ambassadws Miami Olila ~ h a \ ; n e ~ ~ r e s b y i e r . Southeast ~ e c t i d n March n: Two Y a u n t Ladies' Bible Class-s Four Fold increased the people's desire to attend the 30, ~ c ~ i e s t Thomas Gray 416 Chickkaw, P a s t o r e r S S Taft a l ~ f meetmgs." All meetings 'convene on th; night before t h e firsi . Assembly of God Quanah Tex Denver Assembly of God Houston Tex date ennounced and continue 3 full days. Those want- Berean Class Ewing Mo i n g license o r ordination mlease apply in person Bascom Assembly Tyler T e x Pastor and Mrs. Daniel S. Percival, Sumrall. recommended by a n ordahed minister. Rooms a d Pcntecostal Tabernacle S S Sydney F l a boald free as f a r a 5 poss~hle A full Hible school Christ's Ambassadors of Oklahoma Enid Okla Miss., report: "We have been in a good re- study will be taught. James Hutsell Wm. B. Mc- Peytecostal Assembl of God S S Guthrie Okla vival at Sidonia Church, Sharon, Tenn. From Cafferty Wallace Bragg and athirs, ~n charge Westernport ~ s s e m & y Westernpart Md HoveryoLe is invited to att'end. Gospel Gleaners Calvary Tabernacle Camden the first night the meeting was well attended 'hi T and the crowds kept increasing, with many &kbly of Cod S S Angleton Tex deeply convicted of sin. Ry the time this l'vtecostsl Mission Excelslor Mo Assembly of God Galena Kans reaches you we plan to be in the midst of Assembly of God Church Santa A n n a T e x a revival effort here!'* Assembly of God S S' Charleston A r k Pcatecostil S S T h a y e r Mo Assembly of God Oswego Kane Assembly of Gad Colony Okla ' Sunday School Angora Nebr Assembly of God Ashland Ohio Assembly of God S S Blackwell Okla Pray for all forthcoming meetings. Notice of meet- Assembly of Cod S S Puxico Mo ings shsuld be received us three full weeks before Full Gospel Revival Mission Anaconda Mont the meeting is t o start. Crichtol Assembly Crichton Ala Assembly af God O h e y Tex B E L L E Y I L L E , ILL.-Willa Short begins a revival Bethel S S Glencoe Okla Feb. 19, to continue 3 weeks.-L. E King, Pastor, Christ's Ambassadors Front Royal V a 19 N. 37th St. Assembly of God Oroville Calif Bellbrwk Mission Dayton Ohio OKMULGEE. OK%.-James Salter, af England. Assembly of God Church Chaffee M o - . W. will conduct a r e v ~ v a l Feb. I - h f a r c h 5 1 C P E N F O R CALLS St.>de-t's Missionary Ba.d Ce tr21 Bible Inst. Zimmerman, Secretary-Treasurer. Evangelistic Springfield Mb Grace and T r u t h Tab'n Kermaq Calif L A K M O O D N. 1.-A. E Steurnagel will eon- Thelma Cotto,, Tucapau. S. C., Box 12.3. "I a m Denvcr Assembly of God S S Houston T e x duct a n evangilistic Biblr conference Feb. 14-23 a t a young woman ,\vith high school education a n d Bald Hill Assembly Haskell Okla Full Goqpel Tabernacle, 322 HL 5th St.. Evangelist Bible school trai11i.g in fellowship with the Snuth Christ's Ambassadors Broken Arrow Okla Inez Woods in c h a r g e Florida District ~ e u h " Assembly of God Dad's Corner T e x Hester Pentecostal Assembly of God Owenton E L CENTRO, CALIF.-Prophetic full gospel rc- WORLD MISSIONS CONTRIBUTIONS Rv vival beginning Feb. 26. Wm. F. A. Gierke, the evan- February 1 to 9 inclusive &denvillc Pent'l Assrmbly Bradenville P a gelist, will also speak a t the, Holtville fellowship All personal offerings amount t o $884.69 Home Cardens Assembly of Cod S S and C A meeting. Feb. Z7.-C. E. Shields, Pastor. Z1 Ione Pentecostal S S Ione Ore on - .- - - . .. - . . T,II.~ nLill - 50 *~yslape Luau Pent'l Assembly o f God Proctor Elm Street C h a d WavnnLx Okla M O N T I C E L W ARK.-Bible Conference Feb. 21- 1.00 P m t ' l Assembly of God Aransas p a s s T e x 76 David ~ u r r i ; , State Superintendent, will be with .. 1.00 Assembly of God S a n Jon N Mex us. T h e local church will care for all ministers 1.M Class Seven Bethel Temple Dayton Ohio a n d workers.-Roy Canady, Sectional Presbyter, W a r - 1.02 Assembly of God Deming N Mex ren. 1.96 Saginaw Assembly Saginaw Mich &iembly of God Sparks Okla February 25,1933 THE PENTECOBTAL EVANGEL Page Fifteen 5tB Christ's Ambassadors Bethel Temple St. Louis ns, 5.50 Assembly of Gbd S S Maxwell Nebr 560 Assembly of God S S Preepqrt T? .5.70 Trinity Pentecostal Church Mtdlothtan Md 5.75 Linn Grove Assembly of God Church Linn Grove Iowa 5.75 Assembly of God S S Smithville Tex 592 aroso S S Jamso Colo. 6.00 &inslow S S Winslow Ark 6 4 Chester Pentecostal Tabernacle Chester Pa .8 6.50 Ladies' Missionary Council Highlands Ts; 650 Trinity Missionary Band Youngstom Ohio 6 5 Pentecostal S S Heppner Oreg .3 658 Pentecostal S S Pomeroy Wash 6.60 Christ's Ambassadors Hill City Kans 7.073 Ashland Pentecostal Assembly Ashland Pa 7.00 Full Gospel Assembly Vallejo Calif 7.03 Pentecostal Cbnrch of God and Chnst White Citv Kans 7.16 Women's Foreign Missionary Council Alton Ill 724 Assembly of God S S Carthage MO 7-82 Assembly of God Church Keenesburg Cola 8.00 Assembly of God Tab'n Muskogee Okla 8.00 Assembly of God S S ~ ( o r t Arthur Ten 8.80 Jeannette Assembly Jeannette Pa 8.00 Assembly of God Salina Kans 8.05 Full Gospel Assembly Penny-A-Day Club May- wwd Calif 8.30 Assembly of Cod S S P r a t t Kans 8.54 Haverbill Pente'costal Mission Haverhjll Mass 8.68 Kingston Assembly and S S Laurel Miss 8.75 Assembl of God Collinsville Okl? 8.91 Glad ~ J n g r Assemb!y , Weed Cahf 9.00 Fatrhaven Gaspel U s s t o n S S 5 .Bcllingbam Wash Assembly of Gsd Church Tarkio &lo Full Gsspel Church Hamilton Mont Pentecostal Gospel Tabernacle E St Louis Ill Assembly of God 9 S Sarento Ill Assembly of God S S Mt Morris Pa Pentecostal S ,S Salem N J Mansfield Chnst's Ambassadors Mansfield 0 41 We know these are trying days for many. You may not Assembly of God Bad Axe Mich Calvary Evangehst~cChurch lamita Calif have a dollar for a year's subscription to the Penrecostal Evan- Christ's Ambassadors Brookfield Mo Full Gospel Asbcmbly Freeport P a gel. However you can send us 50c and we will send you the Bethany Temple Everett Wash Glad Tidings Temple San Francisco Calif paper for six months, and in addition will give you T h e Com- Cdad Tidings T a b m a c l e Hornell N Y Christ's Ambassadors United Pcnt'l Church ing Crises and the Coming Christ, a book written by the editor Bridgeport Conn Saginaw Gospel Tabernacle Saginaw 'Mich of the Evangel. Assembly of God Newto., Iowa Casino Full Gospel ~ s i e m b l y Pillager Minn First Pentecostal S S Wilmington Dela 41 Concerning this book Dr. Frank S. Weston writes in the Bcthel Assembly of God Phoenix +riz E~angelicol Christian, "This book deals with the present world Pcnt'ecostal S S and Church N a r r ~ s b n r g Pa Assembly of God S S Pawbnska Okla P a ~ n e s v ~ l l a Gosuel Tabernacle Pa~nesviUe crisis and the coming crises winding up with the coming of Minn Riverside Tabernacle S S and Bible Class Flint Christ. T h e 2nd and 7th chapters of Daniel are dealt with. Mlcn Glad Tidings Tabernacle Rosevill? Calif Chapters 2 and 3 are excellent, summing up events that have First Pentecostal Church Colurnb~a P a First Pentecostal Church Altoma Pa transpired in Jewry and the other nations since the great war. N. Peoria and Haskcll Assembly Tulsa Okla Hammond Cosl?el Tab'n Hammond Ind I t is interesting to see God's plan being perfected as these great Assembly of God S S W Monroe La Pentecostal Church and S S Long Branch N J facts of modern history are presented. These facts should First Pentecostal Churoh Warren Ohio Assembly of God Barine Kans be known by all students of the Lord's coming." Assembly of God Mattwn Ill Calvary Pentecostal Assemblv Galcsbure Ill qlThis book will be sent as a premium gift with a fifty-cent six months' subscription to the Pentecostal Evangel. Those living outside the United States please add 25c to pay for extra postage. (91 If you wish to subscribe for your friends for 6 months, we ~ will send this s~ecial r e m i u m book free to them. You can use the subscrip&on b l k k below. Gosp,el Publishing House, Date Sprinnfield, Afo. - Premium *New - Inclosed find $1.00 for .one year's subscription or 50 cents for 6 months' subscription Book Free Renewal to the Pentecostal Evangel. 134.43 Christian .Assembly Cincinnati Ohio with Each 16996 i\f~nneapolls Gospel Tabernacle hlinneavolis Minn Zl9.38 Bethel Temple Los Angeles Calif . Total amount rrported Subscription Strwt or P. 0. Box Home missions fund .- 85.05 Ofice expense fund Deputational expense fund 27.89 7.99 .. ............................... .. .. Reported a s given direct to mis- City or Tow1 State S W ~ ~ S ...... 14236 *Indicate by check mark in square. Repo?ted a s given direct to home mis- sms . . 58.38 - . ' r - - Page Sixteen THE PENTECOSTAL EVANGEL Febrztary 4'5, 1933 . - 6 4 II As you awake, do you turn first to the written Word of your Father and say: "Open Thou mine eyes that I may behold wondrous things out of Thy 'law"? Do you know the sweet promise concerning His Word, "When thou sleepest it shall keep thee, and when thou awakest it shall talk with thee" ? Prov. 6 :22. Do you come early in the morning to the Father's storehouse to trade there? Bringing in all the tithes, do you wait and prove Him till H e pours out a blessing that not only gives you grace sufficient, but according to the heaven- ly scale is "good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running -,,..-.. over," even the blessing of God which Copyright by S. S. Times. Used by permission. THE MORNING WATCH maketh rich7a blessing which there is not room enough in your lit- THE KEY TO OPEN THE lrH~ WAKENETHMINE EAR" tle heart to contain? I t must HEAVENS run over to others. "I will bless thee, Did you ever pray very earnestly Child of God do you keep "the ... and thou shalt be a blessing." Such morning watch"? Do you make it the and repeatedly for the Lord to open a beginning as this to the day will pre- the windows of heaven and pour you habit of your life each day to see your pare you to meet whatever of duty, Father's face before you see the face out a blessing? Yet the blessing did trial or service there may come, and not come. And perhaps you felt a of man? Do you daily hear His voice will make it to your soul one of "the . before you listen to the ,voices and the days of heaven upon earth." little hard toward the Lord and ac- cused Him of unfaithfulness. But din of this world? Do you read His "They that wait upon the Lord shall notice the condition upon which the handwriting in the Word before you look into your letters, the papers, or renew their strength; they shall mount Lord pfomises the outpoured bless- . other books? Once .more I would up with wings as eagles; they shall ing; "Bring y~ all' the tithes (tenth of ask you, do you do business with your run and not' be weary; they shall walk your income) into the storehouse, that God before you take up the business and not faint." Isa. 40:31. there may be meat in mine house, and and the duties of your daily life? prove me now herewith (that is, with the tenth), saith the Lord of hosts, 'Tis well for thee if thou canst an- if I will not open you the windows of swer truly: "Yes ; !He wakeneth mom- heaven, and pour you out a blessing ing by morning, H e wakeneth mine ear that there shall not be room enough to hear as those that are taught.' " Isa. 50:4, R. V. . . . Have You?. .. to receive .it." The tenth is the key. Apply the I have heard Mr. Hudson Taylor The Lord said of the woman, "She key. Take the tenth out of your poc- tell how, once on his return after sev- hath done what she could" Have you ket and give it to the Lord. Then eral years absence from his family done what you can t o help dsh-ibute a million tracts during the months of what will happen? Why, He will open in China, he reached home in the early February and March? the windows of heaver1 and pour out morning and -went to the cot* where T h e two tracts printed on this page a blessing. Fulfill the conditions and his little daughter lay asleep. Fondly are samples fTom the twenty-two new God will fulfill the promise. he stood by her side, looking into her illustrated tracts which we have just We are toTd in Lev. 27:30 that the - - and waiting till she should awake. completed for the Million Tract Cam- tenth is the Lord's. Men cannot break ently the little one moved, stretch- galgn. into heaven and steal some of the' eh- herself, then opened .her eyes- Order a good supply a t once and harps, but many a man who prides they opened upon her father's tender, give one t o your delivery boy, milk himself on his honesty is guilty of man, your ailing friend, and m a n y loving gaze. What a moment! others with whom you come i n con- stealing from God what really be- Child of God, do you know that tact, and in this way become a bless- longs to Him. The Bible asks the your Father stands bending over ing t o some needy soul. question, "Will a man rob God?' your bedside each morning, and longs Remember the following are special Then the people asked, "Wherein have for you to open your eyes upon Him, prices and are made f o r ' this Million we robbed thee?' and God answered, - Tract Campaign, which closes April "In tithes and offerings." and to look into His face till you catch 1st: . the light of His eye resting in His Do not be guilty of this sin but love upon you? What strength for all 1 pound WdO bring Him all the tithes, and then you the coming day will this vision give 3 pounds . .0 10 can count on open heavens. 10 PO& .0 30 thee! "The Lord looked upon Gideon IS pounds 5.00 and said, Go in this thy might." 37 pounds . 10.00 Have you learned like little Samuel Order From of bld to awake d l attent to the voice Gospel Puhlishinp House reap sparingly; and he which soweth of God. and to say at once, "Speak, Springfield, Mo. bountifully shall~alsoreap bountifully." Lord, for Thy servant heareth"?