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Tents ropes were slashed; tents and buildings were set afire. Howard Goss explained:39 We could never be sure we were not going to be injured. Some workers were attacked, some were beaten, some had bones broken, some were jailed, some were made to leave town, some were rotten egged, and some were shot at. ” Church services were disturbed by roughnecks for many years. Tents, buildings, and sometimes residences were burned; drinking water was poisoned, and windows were broken. We were sometimes threatened by angry mobs or by raging individuals when some member of their family had been converted.

Mason (founder of the Church of God in 31 A History of Christian Doctrine Christ): “This was wedlock to Christ. . He had complete charge of me. . It was a complete death to me. . ” When Mason attended Azusa Street, he went to the altar in response to a call for sinners to be justified, even though he was a leader in his Holiness denomination. ”25 The Azusa Street Mission affirmed that the “Bible evidence” of baptism with the Holy Ghost is speaking in tongues. Seymour wrote in 1907, “Beloved, when we receive the baptism with the Holy Ghost and fire, we surely will speak in tongues as the Spirit gives utterance.

Everyone in the church is already “sanctified in Christ Jesus,” yet we are all “called to be saints,” that is, sanctified ones (I Corinthians 1:2). The implication is that sanctification is our lifelong identity, calling, and pursuit as Christians. Sanctification is instantaneous at the new birth in that 55 A History of Christian Doctrine we are immediately cleansed and set apart from sin and given a holy nature. The old nature still resides within us, however. Therefore, sanctification must also be progressive.

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