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The Everlasting Gospel

by Charles F. Parham

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Charles F. Parham was one of the founders of Bethel Healing Home and a new type of Bible school in Topeka, Kansas. He was among some of the first recorded people in the United States to receive the Pentecostal outpouring as described in the Book of Acts. He took the message of baptism of the Holy Spirit wherever he went, proclaiming the true power of God that still manifests itself among believers today. This “Everlasting Gospel” and many other prophetic teachings of Charles Parham are recorded in this book. Originally written and published in 1911.

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