By Ken Horn | January 31, 2013
From the Pentecostal Evangel Archives:
Do you think things have changed since this was written?:
“If there is one distinctive feature in Pentecostal church worship, it is the prominence given to the prayer room. Most forms of church service end when the benediction is pronounced, but in Pentecostal assemblies another service in the prayer room usually begins at that point. What we have to say here is not intended to detract from the acknowledged importance of the opening service of song, prayer, testimony, and the ministry of the Word; but we wish to emphasize that, to a very large degree, the blessing on that service is dependent upon the spiritual power which proceeds from the prayer room.”
P.S. Jones in the 5/18/1946 issue
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