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PAWI Month 2021
The Pentecostal Movement started at the turn of the nineteenth century in the city of Los Angeles in the United States of America. Historians use April 19, 1903 as its birthday.
This modern-day movement was founded on the events that took place on the day of Pentecost, some ten (10) days after the ascension of Jesus Christ as recorded in Acts Chapter 2. Pentecostalism, which maintains that the Holy Spirit’s Baptism, accompanied by the physical evidence of ‘Speaking in other Tongues’, is a normative experience available to all Christians.
Moreover, Pentecostalism also declares that other spiritual graces, the ability to interpret unknown tongues, to prophesy, to heal the sick, is manifested in the life of the contemporary Church and in the lives of Christian believers.
Since the historical biblical account of the original Pentecostal outpouring and the ‘so-called’ passing of the New Testament Church era, religious historians have referred periodically to isolated occasions when Christian worship and earnest prayer were accompanied by “Speaking in other Tongues.” However, since the modern-day outpouring, the Pentecostal experience has brought a renewed emphasis on the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Read more…