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
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.42" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.49"
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2001
Publisher Bridge-Logos Publishers
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|excellent covering of the spiritual experience Aug 21, 2006|
|Great book on the history of the spiritual experiences and what preparatory work was necessary in the 1906 pentecostal revival. The work may hurt a few feelings, especially if you are in the Pentecostal denominations, because it does not pull any punches. It says quite clearly that the reason that the Holy Spirit is not moving so strongly now is because of man's usurping God's authority and placing it into a man-made structure [denominational or otherwise]. If you are looking for a book that WILL change your outlook on how you need to approach recieving the Holy Spirit or rekindling your walk, then this is it. I loved it!|
|Azusa Street Jul 22, 2005|
|Frank Bartleman gives a first hand view of Asuza Street and the manifestations of the Holy Spirit. I was greatly encouraged and challenged by the aspect of becoming small enough for God to use. All of Him(Jesus). None of me.|
|Not what I expected Dec 17, 2003|
|This book is not exactly what I expected, and the title is a little misleading. This book is not exactly a historical account of the the happenings of Azusa Street. Rather, it is more like the "The Memoirs of Frank Bartleman" or maybe better, "I was at the Azusa Street Revival." This book is an eyewitness account of Azusa Street, and the events leading up to the outpouring of the Spirit in Los Angelas. |
At times, Bartleman seems to have an axe to grind, as he obviously did not agree with all that transpired at Azusa Street, and all the sects that spung forth from that movement. This book is more of a sermon or testimony than an attempt to be a history book.
While I believe this book to probably be an essential to any library for Pentecostal research, but is probably a poor place to start if you are not already familiar with what occured at Azusa Street.
|Really good Nov 8, 2002|
|im 17 and had to write a paper on the lines of revival and this book is awesome. You can hardly put it down once u start reading it. I encourage ppl to get this.|
|The Adventures, Trials, and Opinions of Frank Bartleman Oct 22, 2001|
|When I sat down to read "Azusa Street" I expected extensive accounts of the Azusa Street revival meetings of 1906-1909. To my surprise, information about Azusa was not the focus of the book. It could have better been titled "The Adventures, Trials, and Opinions of Frank Bartleman." The book is essentially a journal of Bartleman's experiences in the early Pentecostal movement from 1904 to 1910, inclusive of his involvement in the Azusa Street Mission. Vinson Synan's introduction is informative and helpful in setting a framework for the rest of the book.|
The book is an opportunity to view the life and mindset of this early 20th Century Pentecostal preacher. His life was not easy but it was greatly dependent upon God. Bartleman is a fascinating character. He is extremely opinionated, often critical and fanatical in his stands. At the same time his passion for the ministry, his simple yet unwavering faith, and his deep hunger for God are inspiring. I was moved by the sacrifice paid by this forerunner and challenged by his teaching on "death to the self-life." I recommend "Azusa Street" to those desiring a look inside early Pentecostalism.
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