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Seeing as Jesus Does

Jesus
had a power of overcoming trouble, a power of triumphing over the
“prince of this world,” which was unique in the history of mankind. All
will agree to this, even the skeptics and agnostics and those of alien
faiths. And He promised that He would leave us this power: “Most
assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he
will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to
My Father” (John 14:12).

Up to now His professed
followers have failed, as a whole, to experience the power He said He
was going to leave with us. The question that is left unanswered is,
What is this power, and where shall we find it?

Having convinced myself that
Jesus meant us to take Him absolutely at His word when He said we would
do even greater works than He did, I determined to study until I had
answered this question. And this is what I found—that Jesus’ attitude
toward life was one of converting everything He saw and touched into
parables.

Seeing as Jesus Does

Jesus had a power of overcoming trouble, a power of triumphing over the “prince of this world,” which was unique in the history of mankind. All will agree to this, even the skeptics and agnostics and those of alien faiths. And He promised that He would leave us this power: “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father” (John 14:12, NKJV).

Up to now His professed followers have failed, as a whole, to experience the power He said He was going to leave with us. The question that is left unanswered is, What is this power, and where shall we find it?

Heal As Jesus Healed

Heal As Jesus Healed

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Cornelia Jones Robertson – A Friend of the Needy


Cornelia Jones Robertson is one of the forgotten heroines of the faith. Her West Coast-based ministry influenced thousands of people and had a far-reaching impact.

Known as “Mother Jones,” Cornelia was born on February 21, 1881, in Cadiz, Kentucky. She participated in the famed Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles and was ordained an evangelist in 1909.

In 1922 she founded and built Emmanuel Pentecostal Church and House of Prayer on Post Street in downtown San Francisco. She was reportedly a widow at the time she received ministerial credentials from the Assemblies of God in 1923 and was said to have preached an average of 300 sermons per year.

Jennie Evans Moore Seymour – Vanguard of Pentecost


Even before the greatest revival in America’s history broke out at Azusa Street in California in 1906, God chose Jennie Evans Moore Seymour to be a participant in it.

Jennie is reportedly the first woman in Los Angeles to speak in tongues. Born in Austin, Texas, on March 10, 1874, she was the daughter of Jackson and Eliza Moore.

Jennie left her native state and found work in Los Angeles as a servant. Later she became a cook for an influential white family and lived at 217 North Bonnie Brae St.

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