(Served as Associate Editor of the Pentecostal Herald)

February 9, 2017 // Story


(Served as Associate Editor of the Pentecostal Herald)

The life and works of Dr. John Paul reflect a Christian personality. Like Paul of old, this

humble Christian gentleman has never been able to get away from his experiences with God. In
speaking of that glad hour when “heaven came down his soul to greet, and glory crowned the
mercy seat,” Dr. Paul said the following:

“Let me now take the stand. Our memories slip, no matter how grand may have been certain

joys and blessings that have come to our souls. We can’t base our present assurance on memories.
Sometimes recall memory breaks down. Even in some lives the mystical, supernatural Voice
registers very sparingly, lest we be exalted to feel ourselves of special importance. One
consolation, one sure evidence that I was and am cleansed never fails, however much the tides of
feeling may slump and heaviness through manifold temptation may follow. I love, and do not hate. I
congratulate, and do not envy I have total victory over anger and impatience. I ask for no raise in
pay and no bonus; I am saved from covetousness. The Blood cleanseth!”

Source: “Living Flames of Fire” by Bernie Smith

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