John Graham Lake was a man of prayer and commitment. To better God at the close of this book. .. and called on God to cast that devil out and set her free. EBooks and Audiobooks. Completely Free. No Books Currently Available John G. Lake () was an early leader in the Pentecostal movement, and . Blog · Books John G. Lake () was an evangelist, missionary, and Pentecostal This volume is available in print, but is also available as a free download If you like it, you can download volumes 2 and 3 in print, or you can download our complete collection as an eBook (via site, iBooks, B&N, and Kobo).
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John G. Lake was an early leader in the Pentecostal movement, and brushed elbows with some of the most influential founders. Dowie, and many others. He worked directly with Dowie in Zion City before Dowie's fall , spent five years in Africa as a missionary, and held a pastorate in Spokane, Washington for many years, all while running "Healing Rooms," where he and his followers ministered to the sick so effectively that Spokane was called the healthiest city in America at the time. Many have distanced themselves from Lake and others from the early movement, but there is certainly much to be gained from the sermons that have survived since his death in A simple internet search will reveal a great divide concerning Lake.
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A preceding dispensation of God never destroys a foregoing richer revelation of God. This is manifestly seen in looking at the Patriarchal, Mosaic, and Christian dispensations. In the Patriarchal dispensation we see God appearing to man at long intervals. Abraham furnishes the best example, for to him God appeared at long intervals of 20 and 40 years apart; so with the other patriarchs. Under the Mosaic dispensation there is a deeper and clearer manifestation of God.
God was ever-present in the pillar of cloud and the pillar of fire. He was present also in the tabernacle where the Shekinah Glory overshadowed the Mercy Seat.
This is a continuous, abiding revelation of God.
It was God with man not to man as was the Patriarchal dispensation. God was leading, guiding, directing, forgiving, sanctifying and abiding with man. But the revelation of God under the Christian Dispensation is a much deeper and truer revelation of God than this.
It is God in man. It is the actual incoming of the Spirit of God to live in man.
This brings us then to where we can see the purpose of God in revealing Himself to man in progressive steps of revelations. Man by progressive stages through repentance and faith is purified, not alone forgiven his transgressions, but cleansed from the nature of sin within that causes him to transgress.
This cleansing from inbred sin, the nature of sin, the carnal mind, the old Man, and so on, is the actual taking out of our breast the desire for sin, and all correspondence with sin in us is severed.
The carnal life is laid a sacrifice on the altar of Christ in glad surrender by us.
This inner heart cleansing that John and the disciples of Christ demanded is the work of the Holy Spirit by the blood and is necessary if maturity in Christ is to be achieved. A holy God must have a holy dwelling place. Oh wondrous salvation, wondrous Christ, wondrous atonement, man born in sin, shaped in iniquity, forgiven, cleansed, purified outside and inside by the blood of Jesus and made a habitation of God.
It was that man once created in the likeness of God should again become the dwelling place of God. That is what the atoning blood of Christ provided Galatians 3: Again in 1 Corinthians 6: Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost?
The Holy Ghost is the Spirit of God. His coming was definite, just as definite as was the advent of Jesus. When Jesus was born, his birth was proclaimed by an angel voice and chanted by a multitude of the heavenly host praising God Luke 2: Heavenly dove, tempest roar, and tongues of fire crowning the hundred and twenty were as convincing as the guiding star and midnight shout of angel hosts. The coming of the Holy Ghost upon the hundred and twenty is found in Acts 2.
As the disciples were together at Jerusalem after the resurrection, when the two who had walked with him to Emmaus were conversing with the eleven disciples, Jesus Himself stood in their midst. Then in Acts 1 , we find that the one hundred and twenty tarried in prayer in the upper room ten days.
Thus between the crucifixion of Jesus and Pentecost is 53 days. There was a crucifixion day.
It was necessary. And now, we the children of God, must be crucified with Christ and freed from sin, our old man nailed to the cross. We die to sin, a real act, a genuine experience; it is done. But there was a resurrection day. He arose as a living Christ, not a dead one.
He lives! And by our resurrection with Him into our new life, we leave the old sin life and the old man buried in baptism Romans 6 , and are made partakers of His new resurrection life. The life of power, the exercise of the power of God, is made possible to us by Jesus having elevated us into His own resurrection life by actual spiritual experience.
Then comes His ascension, just as necessary as the crucifixion or the resurrection. Jesus ascends to heaven and sits triumphant at the right hand of the Father.
And according to His promise, He sent upon us the Holy Ghost. This experience is personal and dispensational. The Holy Ghost descends upon us, entering into us, for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost is the Holy God, the Spirit of Jesus, taking possession of our personality, living in us, moving us, controlling us.
We become partakers of His glorified life, the life of Christ in glory. So it was with the hundred and twenty see Acts 2: What would the audience think? And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire and it sat upon each of them.