Presbyterian on Fire

Presbyterian on Fire

Your young men shall see visions. Acts 2:17

On this day, November 21, in the year of our Lord 1922, Presbyterian minister, T.J. McCrossan received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. He was so overwhelmed, he fell to the ground, during which time God gave him a spectacular vision.

“The blessed Holy Spirit came down upon us. We saw light, far brighter than the noon-day sun – a perfect blaze of glory. Then hundreds of tongues of fire seemed to dart forth upon and around us. Then for an hour or more, great billows of glory, indescribably beautiful from the standpoint of light and colors, began to roll through our soul like mighty breakers over a sandy beach. Did any outsider need to tell us that the Holy Spirit had entered our life in a new way? No, indeed. Then the blessed Spirit took possession of our tongue, and for an hour or more made us praise the Lord Jesus in a way we had never praised Him before. We were literally speaking with another tongue as the Spirit gave to us to utter forth, but it was all in English.”

Loving Father, pour out your Holy Spirit on the Presbyterians, Methodists, Lutherans, Catholics, Orthodox and on every church network that names the Name of Jesus.

© Fred A. Hartley, III  
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Unless otherwise indicated, the English Standard Bible (ESV) is used.

This daily Christ-encountering, fire-starter is not intended to replace your daily Bible reading and prayer time, but rather to motivate you to spend extended time in His presence.
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