Allen – The Price of God’s Miracle Working Power

Allen was a Pentecostal Faith healer, and he describes some elements necessary for God using a person. Allen’s chapters in this work link God’s blessing (power) on a ministry with certain elements within that minister/ministry, such as following the example of Christ, self-denial, etc.

The Price of God’s Miracle Working Power

The Price of God’s Miracle Working Power
By Allen

Allen was a Pentecostal Faith healer, and he describes some elements necessary for God using a person. Allen’s chapters in this work link God’s blessing (power) on a ministry with certain elements within that minister/ministry, such as following the example of Christ, self-denial, etc.

AIM: Methodist, Pentecostal, A.A. Allen.
CIM: Holy Spirit, Spiritual Power.
Version: 1.1 June 9, 2014

Contents of The Price of God’s Miracle Working Power

1. Price of God’s Miracle Working Power
2. Disciple is not above his master, nor servant above his lord
3. Disciple not above his master, but everyone that is perfect shall be as his master
4. Be ye therefore perfect even as your father in heaven is perfect
5. Christ our Example
6. Self-Denial
7. The Cross
8. I must decrease Joh. 3:30.
9. He must increase Joh. 3:30.
10 Idle Words and Foolish Talking
11 Present your Body
12 A Partaker of His Divine Nature
13 Personal Things
Formatted by David Cox (c) 2009.

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Note that I consider the power of God in the Christian as a factor of the filling of God and not the baptism of the Holy Spirit (Pentecostal position). The associated works link below is Filling. Baptism is after it. Note the difference in perspective places you squarely in Pentecostalism (product of John Wesley’s second work of Grace) or mainstream Christianity, (the Baptist position).

More Works on the Filling of the Holy Spirit

More Works on the Baptism of the Holy Spirit

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