We all realize that Apostolic Pentecostals live, look, and act differently than the rest of our society and it can be very intimidating for some of us to witness and reach those who are not like us. But in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all have a creator. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children's future. We all need a savior. And we are all mortal.
Please read this quote from an eyewitness observer of the Azusa Street revival (1906-1915) at 216 Bonnie Brae Street, Los Angeles, California (from here the revival was moved to 312 Azusa Street):
"They shouted three days and three nights. It was Easter season. The people came from everywhere. By the next morning there was no way of getting near the house. As people came in they would fall under God's power; and the whole city was stirred. They shouted until the foundation of the house gave way, but no one was hurt."
Jesus of Nazareth, send this to Jacksonville, Florida. To the I-10 corridor revival prophesied by A.D. Spears and reiterated by Mark Morgan!
The I-10 corridor begins near Los Angeles (Azusa Street) and ends in...Jacksonville.
The number 10 in scripture represents the completion of divine order.
During this Easter season, we're reminded of a quote from T.F. Tenney, "I'm going to tell you THIS, it's all about a man called Jesus, a place called Calvary, and the 7.7 billion reasons why we're still here today and they're called people."