Arthur Tongue of Fire

Arthur – Tongue of Fire

Tongue of Fire is a 6 chapter work by Arthur (missionary to India that went blind). He was a powerful influence in the Wesley movement in England, serving as a missionary in India til health concerns forced him back.

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Tongue of Fire

Tongue of Fire
The Power of Christianity
By William Arthur (Nazarene)


Reflects upon the Pentecost and imagery of the Holy Spirit. Calls for a return to reliance on the Spirit. Challenges the church’s formal views of the Spirit.
The Tongue of Fire is an English classic far above the need of criticism from us. We have only to tell our readers that this is worthy to be the library edition for all future time. Those who have never read these flaming pages, should lose no time in doing so; especially those who wish to teach and preach Jesus. —Charles H. Spurgeon, in The Sword and the Trowel.

AIM: Wesleyan.
CIM: Holy Spirit, Baptism in the Spirit.
Version: 1.1 June 13, 2014
Hours Editing: 2 hrs 15 min.

Contents of Tongue of Fire

1. The Promise of a Baptism of Fire
2. The Waiting for the Fulfillment
3. The Fulfillment of the Promise
4. Effects which immediately Followed the Baptism of Fire.
5. Permanent Benefits resulting to the Church
6. Practical Lessons

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  1. Biography: William Arthur (1819–1901) was a Wesleyan Methodist minister in Ireland. He began preaching as a local minister at 16 years old. He quickly established himself as a gifted preacher and writer, and he served as a missionary, lecturer, and speaker throughout his life. Crippled by illness, Arthur frequently lost his voice. When his voice was gone, he wrote his addresses and gave them to someone who could speak for him. His works include Successful Merchant and The Duty of Giving Away a Stated Portion of Our Income.

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