Pentecost

My cry these days – Griffith John

My cry these days – Griffith John

My cry these days is for a Pentecost, first on myself and my missionary brethren, and then on the native Church, and then on the heathen at large.

– Griffith John –

The Gift of Pentecost – Samuel Chadwick

The Gift of Pentecost – Samuel Chadwick

I owe everything to the gift of Pentecost. For fifty days the facts of the Gospel were complete, but no conversions were recorded. Pentecost registered three thousand souls. It is by fire that a holy passion is kindled in the soul whereby we live the life of God. The soul’s safety is in its heat. Truth without enthusiasm, morality without emotion, ritual without soul, make for a Church without power.

– Samuel Chadwick –

Do you believe in the Holy Spirit? – Charles Spurgeon

Do you believe in the Holy Spirit? – Charles Spurgeon

My brethren, do you believe in the Holy Ghost?… Have we such a reliance upon the Holy Ghost? Do we believe that, at this moment, He can clothe us with power, even as He did the apostles at Pentecost? Do we believe that, under our preaching, by His energy a thousand might be born in a day?

– Charles Spurgeon –

Blasts from Heaven – Smith Wigglesworth

Blasts from Heaven – Smith Wigglesworth

Pentecost came with the sound of a mighty rushing wind, a violent blast from heaven! Heaven has not exhausted its blasts, but our danger is we are getting frightened of them.

– Smith Wigglesworth –

Power and Life – David Wilkerson

Power and Life – David Wilkerson

When you strip it of everything else, Pentecost stands for power and life. That’s what came into the church when the Holy Spirit came down on the day of Pentecost.

– David Wilkerson –

God pity us – Leonard Ravenhill

God pity us – Leonard Ravenhill

God pity us that after years of writing, using mountains of paper and rivers of ink, exhausting flashy terminology about the biggest revival meetings in history, we are still faced with gross corruption in every nation, as well as with the most prayerless church age since Pentecost.

– Leonard Ravenhill –

One Accord in Prayer – John R. Mott

One Accord in Prayer – John R. Mott

From the day of Pentecost until the present time, it has been necessary to be of one accord in prayer before the Spirit of God will work with mighty converting power.

– John R. Mott –