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David J. du Plessis is an International leader in the Pentecostal Movement and is affectionately known as “Mr. Ward Jr., "The Anti-Pentecostal Argument," in Aspects, 102-107, and Wacker, "Travail of a Broken Family." However, it was not until 1738 that both John and Charles Wesley got saved. How many would be willing to give their lives for this love?" - Our Lady, June 15, 1974 "Though their hearts may have started with good intent, this novelty and experimentation--My children, I assure you, what you are calling 'Pentecostals' and calling down upon you the 'Spirit,' it is a devious and insidious evil created by satan to take away from you the knowledge and the need for the institutionalized Church." - Jesus, May 20, 1978 "Yes, My child, many have given themselves to disobedience of your Holy Father, your Vicar.

Pages: 114

Publisher: Element Books Ltd (August 1995)

ISBN: 0826407749

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In both the Pentecostal and Roman Catholic tradition laying on of hands may be used to express the giving of the Spirit. Immersion is the ideal form which most aptly expresses the significance of baptism. Some, however, regard immersion as essential, others do not. a) Sacraments are in no sense magical and are effective only in relationship to faith. 23. b) God's gift precedes and makes possible human receiving Edge of Glory (Devotional Book 3). They rejected the doctrine of justification by faith. There is no record that John Wesley spoke in tongues. It is incredible that the "father of the modern Pentecostal movement" never himself spoke in tongues! Wesley once explained that God imparted his gifts as he chose, and that in his wisdom he had not deemed it best to bestow on Wesley himself this gift which he had granted to some of his contemporaries Keep Coming, Holy Spirit: Living in the Heart of Revival. But we also have to remember that cessationism was the accepted position prior to 1900, because the gifts were absent from the church. The only reason why things changed was because of Pentecostalism, and then the charismatic movement. But their claims to have spiritual gifts are demonstrably false. If you believe that scripture teaches the gifts haven't ceased, fine Life Outside the Matrix: A Journey Into the Supernatural Lifestyle.

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