Stephen Jeffreys Stephen Jeffreys was born and raised in the valleys of South Wales, in a typical minning home. He went to work in the coal mines at the age of He led a very typical mining lifestyle until when the great Welsh revival invaded those mines.
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Reviews The unique position which Principal George Jeffreys holds in the religious life of the British Isles is sufficient reason why his book is being added to the large number already published on the subject of divine healing. He is the founder and leader of the most remarkable Revival and Healing movement of latter years - A movement that has won tens of thousands for the Saviour and brought healing through the name of Christ to multitudes of sick people.
The author has pioneered the combined message of salvation, healing, baptism of the Holy Ghost and the second coming of Christ in the largest and most historic halls, including the Royal Albert Hall and the Crystal Palace in London, and the Bingley Exhibition Hall in Birmingham, pictures of which appear in this book. These great auditoriums have been packed to overflowing with massive congregations in the grip of Holy Ghost revival.
The many astonishing testimonies of those who have been miraculously healed have received worldwide publicity through the secular press.
The vacant spinal carriages and bath chairs, the discarded crutches, the cast-off steel and other kinds of body jackets, the cripples who now walk, the cancer and tumour cases that have been miraculously healed, all eloquently testify to the supernatural character of this ministry. He writes not of abstract theories but concrete facts that have been demonstrated with phenomenal success in his great ministry of Revival and Healing.
Reports of His balanced ministry enabled the virgin movement to maintain doctrinal purity and orthodoxy. Burton - eBook","handle":"signsfollowing-w-f-p-burton-ebook","description":"William Burton was converted under the preaching of R. Torrey in London in From day one he became an avid Bible student and soul winner. This work would eventually be called the Congo Evangelistic Mission. It was virgin territory, working amongst very primitive tribespeople. A local native who was virtually crippled was instantly healed and, thereafter, the work grew vigorously.
A new Pentecostal work was born and missionaries from many lands were equipped and sent into the harvest. Many native evangelists were also trained and sent out to preach the gospel, resulting hundreds of new church plants.
By there were churches! It was against this extraordinary backcloth that William Burton wrote this book, to counter the prevailing view that miracles and healings and other gifts of the Holy Spirit were no longer available.
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Healing Rays - George Jeffreys - Ebook
Dagrel During these beginnings his brother George was found by his side in ministry. George, along with a small group of peers, became known as the Elim Evangelistic Band in Belfast and all over Ulster. During that time he would head of on short trips, often to struggling missions to help break ground. Stephen Jeffreys was a great British evangelist. During the last year I am of the belief that Elim have used some of these pictures.