1967 USA, Pentecostal Church Congregation Praying, Seized by Spirit



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MCUs and CUs of people praying, young people and old people putting hands to heads in prayer. Young girl kneeling, gyrating hands in air, prayer. Congregation speaking in tongues, teenage girl on floor slain by the spirit.

Easter Praying at Russian Orthodox Church with Lots of Candles, Icon Stations & Praying



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Easter Praying at Russian Orthodox Church with Lots of Candles, Icon Stations & Praying. The Easter Liturgy is the most important of the Russian Orthodox calendar and everyone comes out for the midnight service to light candles at least. It is a lengthy service and people brings cakes, wine and breads to be blessed by the Priests making rounds every 30-minutes or so prior to the midnight service.

Leonard Ravenhill – Revival Praying (Christian audiobook)



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A large video collection of classic hymns, contemporary Praise and Worship songs, and the works (audio books, devotional readings, and sermons) of men greatly used of God, such as: Charles Spurgeon, Jonathan Edwards, A.W. Tozer, A.W. Pink, John Owen, Oswald Chambers, Andrew Murray, E.M. Bounds, John Bunyan, George Whitefield, and many more, covering topics on many aspects of the Christian life. May your time spent here be blessed.

Leonard Ravenhill – Revival Praying (Christian audiobook)

Revelation 8:13King James Version (KJV)

13 And I beheld, and heard an angel flying through the midst of heaven, saying with a loud voice, Woe, woe, woe, to the inhabiters of the earth by reason of the other voices of the trumpet of the three angels, which are yet to sound!

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Leonard Ravenhill (1907–1994) was an English Christian evangelist and author who focused on the subjects of prayer and revival. He is best known for challenging the modern church (through his books and sermons) to compare itself to the early Christian Church as chronicled in the Book of Acts. His most notable book is Why Revival Tarries which has sold over a million copies worldwide.

Born in Leeds, in Yorkshire, England, Ravenhill was educated at Cliff College in England and sat under the ministry of Samuel Chadwick. He was a student of church history, with a particular interest in Christian revival. His evangelistic meetings during the Second World War drew large crowds. Many converts devoted themselves to Christian ministry and foreign missions.

In 1939, he married an Irish nurse, Martha. The Ravenhills had three sons: Paul, David, and Philip. Paul and David are Christian ministers, and Philip is a teacher.

In 1950, Ravenhill and his family moved from Great Britain to the United States. In the 1960s they traveled within the United States, holding tent revivals and evangelistic meetings.

In the 1980s, Ravenhill moved to a home near Lindale, Texas, a short distance from Last Days Ministries Ranch. He regularly taught classes at LDM and was a mentor to the late Keith Green. He also spent some time teaching at Bethany College of Missions in Minnesota, and some time in Seguin, Texas.

Among others influenced by Ravenhill were Ray Comfort, Ravi Zacharias, Tommy Tenney, Steve Hill, Charles Stanley, Bill Gothard, Paul Washer, and David Wilkerson.

He was a close friend of pastor and writer A. W. Tozer.

Through his teaching and books, Ravenhill addressed the disparities he perceived between the New Testament Church and the Church in his time and called for adherence to the principles of biblical revival.

Tozer said of Ravenhill:

“To such men as this, the church owes a debt too heavy to pay. The curious thing is that she seldom tries to pay him while he lives. Rather, the next generation builds his sepulchre and writes his biography — as if instinctively and awkwardly to discharge an obligation the previous generation to a large extent ignored.”

Gravesite at Garden Valley Cemetery

Ravenhill died in November 1994 and is interred at Garden Valley Cemetery in Garden Valley, Texas, near the grave of Contemporary Christian music artist Keith Green.

In 2011 Free Grace Press published a full biography of Leonard Ravenhill written by Mack Tomlinson titled, “In Light of Eternity.

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Busted by Police for Praying in a Church Parking Lot at 12 Midnight. Warrenton, Oregon



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Night Cops know how much they spark adrenaline rushes in the homeless. This stress is certainly what kills homeless people at a young age. The churches are not safe to be with the police, but they argue that the people break into churches often enough for them to check out everybody. If I was going to break in, I would have been a lot more discrete than I was. What is to stop me from breaking in after he leaves? I now know that I’m clear for a little bit.

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Philippians 3 – and Praying Through by Hattie Hammond



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Philippians 3 – and Praying Through by Hattie Hammond

Hattie Hammond: Calling Christians to a Deeper Walk with God
By Glenn Gohr
Originally published on PE-News, 18 August 2016

Hattie Hammond (1907-1994) was one of the premier preachers of the early Pentecostal-holiness movement. How did she gain that reputation? It was by preaching a simple gospel message of wholeheartedly serving God.

Born and raised in Williamsport, Maryland, she was saved and baptized in the Holy Spirit in a tent meeting at age 15, conducted by John Ashcroft, the grandfather of former Attorney General John Ashcroft. Even at that young age, she boldly began witnessing to her teachers and classmates, which was the beginning of her lifelong calling as an evangelist.

She was ordained by the Assemblies of God in 1927, and soon had invitations to speak in large churches in Cleveland, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Los Angeles and Oakland, California; Philadelphia; New York City; Washington, DC; and other places.

She also became a popular camp meeting speaker and Bible teacher. Her simple messages prompted abandonment of worldliness and inspired walking into a “deeper life” of consecration and holiness to God.

In a sermon called “Drawing Nigh to God,” published in the August 18, 1928, issue of the Pentecostal Evangel, she encourages people to develop a strong, devotional life: “As we enter into the presence of the Lord we should realize we are in the presence of a great, almighty, eternal God.” She also promotes waiting on the Lord: “We should not rush into His presence with haste, nor come as though we were coming into the presence of an earthly friend. We should take time to realize that He is God and beside Him there is none else.”

In this sermon she also talks about the need for God, salvation, spending time with God in prayer, and the importance of the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

She says, “The first thing necessary is that we become still, and know that the great I AM is God. Be still and know that it is God for whom we are waiting, that we are sitting in the presence of God, and that it is His great name upon which we are calling.” She concludes by saying, “We need the Holy Spirit to keep us true to the Cross, and to Jesus our Lover Lord, to be real overcomers.”

By the 1930s, Hattie Hammond had become one of the most powerful speakers in the Pentecostal movement. There are reports of remarkable miracles and healings which took place in her ministry.

She ministered all over the U.S. in colleges, conventions, Bible schools, churches of all denominations, and in more than 30 countries of the world.

Read Hattie Hammond’s article, “Drawing Nigh to God,” on pages 6-7 of the August 18, 1928, issue of the Pentecostal Evangel.

Also featured in this issue:

• “Elijah’s God Still Lives Today,” by Leonard G. Bolton

• “The Marks of Holy Ghost Converts,” by Stephen Jeffreys

• “Pentecost in Bulgaria,” by Martha Nikoloff

And many more!

Pentecostal Evangel archived editions courtesy of Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center.

Eritrean Women Praying @ Medhinalem Seattle washington



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God bless them and may the good Lord hear their prayers.

Praying for Armenians in Syria



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The choir sings Der Voghormya, “Lord Have Mercy Upon Us”, a hymn dedicated to Armenians and other Christians in Syria. The Rev. Father Vahan Gosdanian of Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church in downtown Fresno said the service was dedicated to the Armenians being recently persecuted in Syria. Armenian-Americans across the valley were asked to pray for fellow Armenians that were reportedly being attacked and forced to flee their homes.

It’s Gone Bad To Worse Christians! License to Pray!? Church Gets Fined By Gov’t For Praying!



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