e-Book Azusa Street (A Spirit-Filled Classic): The Roots Of Modern-Day Pentecost download

e-Book Azusa Street (A Spirit-Filled Classic): The Roots Of Modern-Day Pentecost download

by Frank Bartleman

ISBN: 0882704397
ISBN13: 978-0882704395
Language: English
Publisher: Bridge-Logos Publishers; 2nd ed. edition (September 1, 1980)
Pages: 211
Category: Americas
Subategory: History

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This is what the christian church world needs.

This is what the christian church world needs. I have a copy since the early 1980s and was hoping to purchase a new copy and couldn't find one anywhere. 5 people found this helpful.

As such, Azusa Street blends primary sources and history. While the wider world will ignore this book as it did the Azusa revival, the serious student of modern church history will find it interesting and uplifting.

Azusa Street (A Spirit-Filled Classic): The Roots Of Modern-Day Pentecost: ISBN 9780882704395 .

Azusa Street (A Spirit-Filled Classic): The Roots Of Modern-Day Pentecost: ISBN 9780882704395 (978-0-88270-439-5) Softcover, Bridge-Logos Publishers, 1980.

His book Azusa Street describes the events surrounding the Pentecostal . Frank Bartleman, 1925 (1980). How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles.

His book Azusa Street describes the events surrounding the Pentecostal revival. He authored six books, four pamphlets, over five hundred and fifty published articles, and one hundred tracts. Bartleman is best remembered for his chronicles of the 1906 Los Angeles revival. Of the revival, held in Los Angeles from 1906 to 1909, Bartleman famously wrote, "It seemed that everyone had to go to Azusa. Republished as Azusa Street.

This book was originally published under the title "How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles  . This book was originally published under the title "How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles. Frank Bartleman was an eyewitness in the Azusa Street revival at the turn of the twentieth century. This is his most popular book, initially titled "How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles", but was more recently renamed simply "Azusa Street.

The Azusa Street Revival was a historic revival meeting that took place in Los Angeles .

The Azusa Street Revival was a historic revival meeting that took place in Los Angeles, California. It was led by William J. Seymour, an African American preacher. Frank Bartleman, an early participant in the revival, recalled that "Brother Seymour generally sat behind two empty shoe boxes, one on top of the other. It contained a letter from Charles Parham, an article on Pentecost from Acts, and a series of anecdotes of people's experience within the revival.

I started a street meeting, but an officer promptly stopped me. I had no permit, so went to work with the regular missions

It was also reprinted in full in 1985 in Witness to Pentecost, the Life of Frank Bartleman, published by Garland, with a preface by Cecil R. Robeck. I started a street meeting, but an officer promptly stopped me. I had no permit, so went to work with the regular missions. Every night found me taking part in services, and my days were spent in personal work.

Azusa Street Mission What happened at Azusa Street has fascinated church historians for . From Azusa Street the revival spread throughout the United States.

Azusa Street Mission What happened at Azusa Street has fascinated church historians for decades and has yet to be fully understood and explained. For over three years, the Azusa Street "Apostolic Faith Mission" conducted three services a day, seven days a week, where thousands of seekers received the Holy Spirit. The ethos of the meeting was captured by Frank Bartleman, a white Azusa participant, when he said of Azusa Street, "The colour line was washed away in the blood.

Your faith will explode as you read Bartleman's challenging insights into faith-filled living from his experiences at Azusa Street. Then you will know how to be an instrument of God's love and healing to others, change your life from ordinary to extraordinary, conquer fears that have defeated you, experience the presence of God for yourself, and become as effective as the early Christians. Your prayer life will be unbelievably transformed as you experience God's moving in your life. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

In the early 1900's, the name "Azusa Street" became synonymous with the Holy Spirit's renewal in America. What began in Los Angeles barn became a powerhouse and streaked across America like fire.Now from the pen of John Bartleman, an early leader of the movement, we have an eyewitness account of the "later rain"–when Pentecost moved from California to Maine and back.Read authoritative documentation about:*The "Burning Bush" of Fifth Street*The "Upper Room" of South Spring Street*The phenomenal growth of the early Pentecostal church*Prevailing prayer in Pasadena*Dynamic revival in Wales, India and Los Angeles
Frank Bartleman writes clearly and is the only first-hand source who has left a more systematic record of his experiences of the times of the Azusa Street Mission & Revival. During those years he wrote and distributed many tracts of the revival and events contemporary with it. He moved about in Azusa Street circles and personally was acquainted with many of its primary figures. His work in the revival was that of a promoter and apologist. It is apparent that he desired to be near and to participate in all that was taking place. It is also true that he moved about frequently and did not exercise a leadership role, although it seems that he often desired to do so. This book was published some years after Bartleman's death and has been used as a source by others. Frank was not one to exercise his critical faculties--instead pretty much endorsing what took place and setting himself against all critics of the movement. Subsequent writers on this topic have found his material to be invaluable but have needed to subject it to a more objective perspective. If one wishes to gain an understanding of how an insider saw things, this is worth further study.

I wish I could have read this book YEARS AGO!
If you want to see the ugly TRUTH of how far we as Christians are from where we should be,... this book is for you!
The humbling truths in this book will either turn you angry, or make your desperation for more of GOD beyond intense.
The pages hold such a high standard, compared to the lukewarm, passive, Church of today.

I am sixty-five years old, been in the ministry forty years and thought i knew alot about Azusa Street, but this taught me alot more. I never knew anything about Frank Bartleman and he was one of the ones that was truly instrumental in kicking that move of God off. His fasting and intercessory prayer was one of the main catalyst! Couldn't put the book down!

Inspiring -- but after I read AZUSA STREET: THEY TOLD ME THEIR STORIES, I realized that Bartleman included very little in his book about the amazing, mind-blowing things that actually happened on a day-to-day basis in that humble little ex-stable -- his book is mostly about his own journey. And he especially says very little about the amazing things God did through William Seymour. IMHO, until you have read THEY TOLD ME THEIR STORIES, you won't really know what God did at Azusa.

For many, this will be one of those life changing books.
If your heart is sensitive to it, you will feel the pain of watching greed and avarice step on, use, and pollute that which is pure.
You will see those who long for the touch of a loving God pursue Him in the midst of persecution and manipulation. You will revel in the Holy Spirit. You will see men struting like swollen roosters brought to their knees in humility before Him. You will see Laban ministries who see God's people as servants for the advancement of their herds. Some will bow before God. Some will sell their souls to keep their titles.
All in the historical context. You MUST KNOW this story.
Men build systems. Systems guarantee conformity. Religious systems require that certain people play certain roles. The Holy Spirit doesn't work this way. He goes where He wills. Men don't like that.
That's why each religious organization has their own assembly-line of ministers. Those who control the systems require the **MARK** of conformity.

I only recently heard about the Azusa Street revival in the early 1900s, a similar time to the great Welsh revival. Being drawn to learn as much about revivals as I can, I consumed Bartlemen's book. It provided a good overview with some tremendous insights into how the Spirit moved. The other interesting aspect was how strong Satan moved too at the same time trying to disrupt everything God was doing!

A great introduction into the impact of this revival - gave me a thirst to read more...and one day to visit Azusa St.

Worth a read!

This is one of the best books on revival that you will ever read. Told from the vantage point of Frank J. Bartleman, he writes in a way that draws the reader like nothing else, with the exception of the Bible itself. He is very blunt about the strengths and weaknesses of the revival. For example, the revival began to wane, and no one could figure out why. It then dawned on Mr. Bartleman that they were focusing too much on the gifts and not enough on the Giver. When they got back to preaching Christ and Him crucified, the revival resumed, and did so in a more intense way than previously experienced.

If you don't have an open mind about the gifts of the Spirit, God manifesting Himself in a supernatural way, or a deep cleansing that manifests in a gut-wrenching repentance, this book might put you off. I don't believe for a second that this book was written just to give the account of a spiritual awakening in a historical sense. I believe that the Lord still baptizes with the Holy Ghost and that He longs to move into the heart of every believer. it is for whosoever will.

Oh Lord, send the fire just now, and baptize everyone! Show me Your glory Lord.

No other words can explain this find! AMAZING! This is one for everyone's bookshelf and would be read time and again. The insights and lessons learned are wonderful. Azusa Street was exceptional when it was going and we are still impacted by what went on there today!

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