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Life on Wings - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

Life on Wings - eTheses Repository - University of

ong>Lifeong> on Wings The Forgotten ong>Lifeong> and Theology of Carrie Judd Montgomery (1858-1946) Jennifer Ann Miskov A thesis submitted to the University of Birmingham for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion College of Arts and Law The University of Birmingham March 2011

  • Page 2 and 3: University of Birmingham Research A
  • Page 4 and 5: DEDICATION This thesis is dedicated
  • Page 6 and 7: have ever seen in my life. Thank yo
  • Page 8 and 9: TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1: INTROD
  • Page 10 and 11: CHAPTER 5: FROM THEOLOGY TO PRACTIC
  • Page 12 and 13: LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Figures 1.
  • Page 14 and 15: 1.1 Closing the Gaps Chapter 1 INTR
  • Page 16 and 17: 1.2.1 Inductive Analysis The overar
  • Page 18 and 19: Framework and the Life
  • Page 20 and 21: 1.2.3 Theological Section of Thesis
  • Page 22 and 23: (Trinity Episcopal Church) and Rev.
  • Page 24 and 25: 1.3.2 Secondary Sources The most su
  • Page 26 and 27: fits in within present day healing
  • Page 28 and 29: fair, yet loving role in managing t
  • Page 30 and 31: Figure 2 Figure 3 Carrie‟s mother
  • Page 32 and 33: 2.1.2 Growing Up Carrie Frances Jud
  • Page 34 and 35: that “one must be born again.”
  • Page 36 and 37: Figure 5 Trinity Church in Buffalo,
  • Page 38 and 39: Figure 8 Picture of Carrie as a chi
  • Page 40 and 41: small town near Buffalo called Lind
  • Page 42 and 43: During Carrie‟s time in Linden, s
  • Page 44 and 45: 2.1.3 The Fall: January 6, 1876 Sho
  • Page 46 and 47: At the time of Carrie‟s sickness,
  • Page 48 and 49: pounds during that time. 60 After h
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    the “power of the mind over matte

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    2.2.1 The Editor: Writer’s Block

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    contain a biblical defense of the d

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    Figure 11 This is believed to be a

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    needed to depend upon God alone for

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    Otto Stockmayer (1838-1917), of Ber

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    home. 141 During Carrie‟s mission

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    faith-meetings” there. One summer

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    “faith cure” home was in danger

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    account, Dudley decided to open up

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    2.2.2.4 Home of Peace (1893-present

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    the Master‟s service.” 181 The

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    life.” 188 Miss Clara Miner and M

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    fellowship with our Brother Seymour

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    In Summary Throughout the developme

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    with training for her many preachin

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    Evangelical movement, there was con

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    It was in the few years following h

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    were seen as controversial. 236 Cul

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    foundational belief for many in the

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    authored the influential book, The

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    more legitimate in America. Among o

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    In 1897, he merged these two into o

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    Carrie also considered Simpson a sp

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    the way for much blessing.” He fu

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    2.4 A Tipping Point? Carrie‟s ear

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    within the Divine Healing movement

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    new song; in the summer of 1889, sh

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    our own souls through them, that th

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    Several months after this trying in

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    Atonement (in the same way that we

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    Figure 15 George Montgomery. Photog

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    God- and who lift up the name of Je

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    Carrie‟s father (at 70 years old)

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    3.1.3 Temperature Change: Californi

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    decided permanently to relocate to

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    3.1.4 The Salvation Army Before Geo

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    This special arrangement also enabl

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    Figure 18 1892 in their Salvation A

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    After this new commitment to the Ar

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    Figure 21 On the bottom row, George

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    Figure 23 At one of Carrie‟s Caza

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    Figure 24 At a Cazadero Camp meetin

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    The development of these integrated

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    3.2.2 Missionary Training School It

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    Another reason Carrie may have been

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    3.2.3 Orphanages 109 and Social Act

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    “feared being arrested for cruelt

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    Figure 28 “Red and Yellow, Black

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    swift action to help the less fortu

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    there came a mighty conviction of t

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    3.3 The Pentecostal Stamp: A New Ex

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    others who desired to experience it

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    only seemed to get more hungry.”

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    great multiplication of joy, holy s

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    International Tour Before Carrie‟

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    India After China, instead of retur

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    Holiness framework) linking spiritu

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    National Tour In early July of 1909

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    “Life on Wings:

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    3.4.2 Cazadero “World-wide Pentec

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    with the slain in the Lord, and man

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    and Missionary Alliance. 244 Throug

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    announce McPherson‟s campaigns as

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    their home where he was saved.” 2

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    proved to be a catalyst for his hea

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    Figure 29 Evergreen Cemetery in Oak

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    Chapter 4 THE PRAYER OF FAITH AND H

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    she lost and at the same time, the

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    theology of divine healing, through

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    5 and many of the “cause and effe

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    of the window.” 24 She spent much

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    faith.” 29 Many of these testimon

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    By looking at similar literature of

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    that through this doctrine, people

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    Christ had already accomplished thr

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    did not occur, it did not mean that

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    You have heard before to-day how Je

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    4.2.3 Early Advocate While others w

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    in which she formed her theology of

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    about Moses. Carrie used this story

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    4.3.2 Sickness: An Affliction of th

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    when she referred to Dr. Finis Yoak

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    In reality however, does Jesus heal

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    diseases and afflictions. 132 Since

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    4.4.3 The Gift of Healing While Car

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    Pentecostal theology with it. Since

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    Claiming faith for her healing beca

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    This example continues to demonstra

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    Confession was a means of humbling

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    many references to Isaiah 58 also s

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    purpose of her homes was to teach o

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    Figure 31 “The Long Range Faith C

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    and they were healed. 38 This metho

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    To demonstrate this further, Carrie

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    5.4.2 What About When Symptoms Pers

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    The obstacles and circumstances she

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    total healing. 68 Carrie regularly

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    different than continuing to pray f

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    ecause they did not tell others wha

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    it…Having once laid hold of a pro

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    differs from both Wimber and Blumha

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    this group on the opposite side fro

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    Some maintain that sickness in the

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    Alexander sees that emphasis of the

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    ather acted as a launching pad to b

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    Chapter 6 ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION O

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    the camp meeting, she recorded that

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    tongues. 21 These pre-1908 “overp

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    “Spirit-filled life.” 27 While

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    Carrie further connected this proce

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    not become holy by themselves, they

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    [T]he Baptism with the Spirit is no

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    Jesus.” 55 The immediate effect o

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    “in-filling of the Spirit” and

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    that she “took” her Spirit bapt

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    and lasting in its effects. How cou

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    6.3.5 Proper Use While one of Carri

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    Holy Ghost.” She continued to ins

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    Spirit baptism with the manifestati

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    Fruit For Carrie, proof that someon

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    aptism with speaking in tongues, bu

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    love. 122 This is significant becau

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    she connected Spirit baptism with t

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    essentials of the faith. 133 This i

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    Here Carrie interpreted sanctificat

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    to all who would ask. 149 Regardles

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    eyond this, she continually sought

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    views or experiences would fit perf

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    6.6 Effects of Carrie’s Pentecost

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    deepening and empowerment, but also

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    aptism” experiences. 177 While Ca

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    eligion is love. If leaders within

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    7.1 Significance for Scholarship 7.

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    with early Pentecostalism. 4 Carrie

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    voices from different backgrounds t

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    Pentecostal fullness” during Carr

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    introduced many members to their Pe

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    introduced to divine healing or the

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    already theirs to take hold of, Car

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    the expansion of both movements by

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    children in these last days.” 45

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    Appendix 1 TIMELINE OF CARRIE JUDD

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    Appendix 2 Mix‟s Healing Account

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    Appendix 4 Carrie Judd Montgomery,

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    seemed entirely passive, the words

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    with God. What would my life have b

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    joy to find that that which had gon

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    Appendix 6 Led by the Spirit,” a

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    Appendix 8 The Holiness Movement an

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    at that time, which many times over

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    Life, 1875) and W.

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    saying that he neither taught eradi

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    Under the same Confrontational mode

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    [T]he only honest answer I can give

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    see A.B. Simpson teaching the same

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    Differing from Carrie‟s theology

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    fire.” 101 Yes, the Prosperity Go

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    eceiving His word where He assures

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    Modified view of Healing in the Ato

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    When she returned back to the West

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    By November of 1895, Carrie had ten

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    who suddenly became dissatisfied wi

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    Kenyon, E.W. The Wonderful Name of

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    Appendix 13 Carrie‟s Writings in

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    9/7 The True Nature of Faith, p. 1

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    List of other Tracts by CJM As Dyin

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    Appendix 15 Home of Peace Guest Boo

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    Esther Raymond Pullman Bessie Woods

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    Holy Spirit has delivered me from t

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    Appendix 17 Flame of Love Exemplar?

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SOURCES Abbreviati

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    Aug. 14, 1928 To George from City o

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    My Photographs -Trinity Church (whe

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    “Nellie Vaughan‟s Cure,” Chic

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    “Jerry McAuley Mission Inaugurate

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    Willard, Frances E. and Mary A. Liv

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    Curtis, Heather D. “Houses of Hea

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    Jones, C. E. “Holiness Movement

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    Reed, D.A. “Oneness Pentecostalis

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