In the Days of the Latter Rain - T. B Barratt - eBook

In the Days of the Latter Rain - T. B Barratt - eBook

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In 1902 T. B. Barratt founded the Oslo City Mission and in 1906 was commissioned to tour America to raise funds for a large central mission in the city of Christiania (now Oslo). His mission was a disappointment financially but he received a remarkable baptism in the Holy Spirit in his hotel room on October 7th, when the Pentecostal Revival was in full swing hundreds of miles away in California. In New York waiting for a boat home, probably reduced to a sense of failure, a supernatural light like a cloven tongue was seen over his head and he received the Spirit.

He became a carrier of the Pentecostal fire all over Europe but notable in Britain.  Alexander A. Boddy, vicar of All Saints’, Sunderland, heard of what was happening in Norway, and travelled there to investigate. He was immediately convinced that it was from God and persuaded the already overworked Barratt to visit his church in northern England. He came for two exciting weeks at the beginning of September, 1907. Thirsty souls were soon filled with the Holy Spirit and the Pentecostal Revival had begun in England. The gift of tongues attracted the attention of the secular press and no further advertisement was needed! When Pastor Barratt returned to Oslo the British leadership was left in the hands of A.A. Boddy and Cecil Polhill.

He was well qualified to write this presentation of the Pentecostal message, including, the Pentecostal revival, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, the gift of prophecy, visions, speaking in tongues etc.

Book Title In the Days of the Latter Rain - T. B Barratt - eBook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Dec 11, 2018
In 1902 T. B. Barratt founded the Oslo City Mission and in 1906 was commissioned to tour America to raise funds for a large central mission in the city of Christiania (now Oslo). His mission was a disappointment financially but he received a remarkable baptism in the Holy Spirit in his hotel room on October 7th, when the Pentecostal Revival was in full swing hundreds of miles away in California. In New York waiting for a boat home, probably reduced to a sense of failure, a supernatural light like a cloven tongue was seen over his head and he received the Spirit.

He became a carrier of the Pentecostal fire all over Europe but notable in Britain.  Alexander A. Boddy, vicar of All Saints’, Sunderland, heard of what was happening in Norway, and travelled there to investigate. He was immediately convinced that it was from God and persuaded the already overworked Barratt to visit his church in northern England. He came for two exciting weeks at the beginning of September, 1907. Thirsty souls were soon filled with the Holy Spirit and the Pentecostal Revival had begun in England. The gift of tongues attracted the attention of the secular press and no further advertisement was needed! When Pastor Barratt returned to Oslo the British leadership was left in the hands of A.A. Boddy and Cecil Polhill.

He was well qualified to write this presentation of the Pentecostal message, including, the Pentecostal revival, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, the gift of prophecy, visions, speaking in tongues etc.

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