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Tongues Of Fire

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Tongues Of Fire (Newspaper) - April 1, 1893, London, Middlesex j 1 Purity Power. EDITED BY HEADER HARRIS 4 t Vol. 3. 28. LONDON, APRIL, 1893. ONE PENNY. [Published by S. W. Partridge & Co., 9, PaternQSter Row, London, E.C CONTENTS. I Do you sing at family prayers ? Heaven Opened, -Rev* G. C. Grubb......1 Only an Instrument, "Out>ahd*Out for Every man disappoints God who Jesus",..........................................2 js not happy in his religion. Be Definite.......................................2 Exceeding Grace, Miss G Cockerell......3 What are you pianning and work. As He Went Away, Rev. A. B. Simpson...4 - , � 1 ^ Stand to It, Mrs. Tinling.....................4 mg for~your soul or your body ? Words of Counsel, Mrs. Bainbridge......$ Saved from Romanism, E. Starling......5 A man with a pure heart ought to a man with a pure life. The Pentecostal Spirit, The Editor......6 TUB Annual Meeting, The Editor......7 The Ufe of a good man is a motor Be Ye all Ready, L. M. Boyd...............7 - ^ . ... . . Bible Reading in Outline, The Editor. .7 that 1S suPPhed Wlth Power Central Soudan Mission.....................8 heaven. Exeter Hall Meetings.....................8 , To Save Time..:.:...............................8 � is better to suffer wrong Long Ditton & Hook........................9 every man than to do wrong to a Missions at Homerton, Long Cross, single one. Down end.. Daily Readings, League Centres......10 and a gnawing conscience. Hymns, Requests k>r Prayer...........10___ _v r,. "Do-Without" SodETY.MEETiNGS^c.ii Pre^eds, the other follows sin. Pentecostal Lbaoub.Advertiskments. 12 , The man that does all for the Lord The Second Annual Meeti "Sanctified by Gob the Father, the Pentecostal League will (D.V.) be kept for Jesus Christ, and called." held in Exeter Hall 7 on I Blessed words. We call to God for salvation, then He calls us to join Full announcements will be found on Him in the grand business of spread-page 12, and an article on the subject ing the knowledge of His love to meeting perishing men. When the Christian accepts this glorious call he makes from We hope to welcome a mighty host J " his calling and election sure." of Leaguers and their friends from all parts of the country, as well as many other sympathizers with the holiness movement. For every command God gives the power to obey, but that power is not manifested till we make up our minds to carrv out God's will. from Tickets for Reserved Seats will be forwarded on application to the Editor � Lay up for yourselves treasures in (with stamped arid directed envelope), | heaven, where neither moth nor rust 51, Clapham Common, North doth 1- The one nor thieves break - I- t Will all Leaguers, and other The best help we can give those readers of this paper, join us daily who are trying to get to heaven, is to and nightly in prayer for this meeting, keep squarely in Jhe middle of the Will all League Members see that he has the opportunity to do, that it may be a time of praise to our road ourselves, what they can do among their does as much as an archangel could do- God and Father, satisfaction to our friends to spread the paper Lord and Saviour, and honour to The Pentecostal League holiness Send us six subscribers and we It is easier to run an engine with- the Holy Spirit our Sanctifier and meetings in Exeter Hall (lower hall), will forward you a copy free for out fire than it is to keep up a prayer Comforter. a year. meeting without the Holy Spirit. Please take notice: Orders for books should be " Pentecost in the churches; or will (D.V.) be resumed Tuesday, May 30th, at 8 p.m. The devil deceives a great many God's way to win the masses," will be sent to the Manager, Speke people by making them believe that, the special subject of the various Hall Book Room, Speke Road, respectable meanness is religion." Clapham Junction, S.W. Not to the Editor. addresses. No more important subject could occupy the attention of God's It won't do any good to look as people or more certainly claim the Orders^f^ongiiesof Fire," f^mn as an owl in church, if you are Divine blessing. except from League Members, whether single copies or by the in the habit of skinning people in business. God's people cannot teach trans- dozen (if under three dozen), There are men who would be will. gressors God's ways, or get sinners should be sent to S. W. Partridge ing to go on a mission to china> who A Co., 9, Paternoster Row, E.C, or to any bookseller. Not to the Editor. are not willing to sit down and rock the baby for a half hour. converted unto God, or themselves guiltiness," until they HEAVEN OPENED. By Rev. g. C. Grubb. * Notes of an address delivered at the Manchester Convention, 1892. H - 1 "Verily, verily, i say unto you, Hereafter (or as it is literally, henceforth) ye shall see heaven open, and 'the angels of god ascending and descending upon the Son of man." John i. 51. � r Here is a promise which God wants to fulfil to every believer. He spoke it, in the first instance to Nathaniel, themselves are in the experience of a v�,4- i All(.. u   , , . , . , v , ., but notice that it is in the plural," ye clean heart and the renewal of a r Orders for "Tongues of Fire" The world is full of people who in quantities of three dozen pray with a loud voice that God will -__ ^^^^^ convert the whole earth, and then put Andrews Bros., 37, Wmstanley next to nothing, in the box to help ri spirit Ps. li. 10-13. Road, Clapham Junction, Lon don, S.WM from whom they can be had at the special terms on page 12. Not to Partridge A Co. Him do it. kind about its work. Christ did not talk much about death. His theme was life. h _ h "The gift of God is eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord.'' 1 People who are always wanting to know whether it is wrong to dance, have not yet fully made up their ainds as to whether they want to go to heaven or not. shall see heaven open," and it there- r I ' fore applies to all believers equally. Now what does this promise mean, If we are to be greatly used in the | and what does it include ? salvation of men we must follow + We must look at the man to whom God's order and adopt God-s methods. the Lord spoke these words ;f "Sanctikied bv God the Father, would understand the conditions of It may be that pointing out another's faults will be a good thing to do, if you can only be sure that both of you are going to grow in grace all the time you are doing it. kept for Jesus Christ." Not only kept from falling but kept in use. If sinners are to be converted. it will be by grace: of God and through the instrumentality of M en � r L 1 an open heaven. Nathaniel had a prejudice against Jesus. His friend Philip had got a blessing, and Nathaniel could not understand what it was. women, If we are to be greatly to t. t T 1 with came God 11 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ must be kept, and if we are to be kept we must be " sanctified by God the Father." ; * Three ,pthr addresses delivered at the same Convention, by the Rev. G. C. Grubb, are printed in book form and published at Star Hall, Ancoats, Manchester,, price 3d. toay also be obtained at Speke Hall Book Room.