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By: Roberts Liardon
In the late 19th and early centuries, Maria Woodworth Etter, “the grandmother of the Pentecostal Movement,” astounded many Americans and angered others. She travelled across the country holding revival meetings where the worst of sinners in the town were converted, the most diseased were healed, the self-righteous were humbled, and her worst critics were proven wrong.
In Maria Woodworth Etter: The Complete Collection of Her Life Teachings, you will:
Read her sermons covering everything from salvation to the second coming.
Find a collection of new articles from both the Christian and the secular markets
Discover why one reporter wrote “By some supernatural power, she just knocks’em silly when they are not looking for it, and while they are down, she applies the hydraulic pressure and pumps the grace of God into them by the bucketful.”
Maria Woodworth Etter: The Complete Collection of Her Life Teachings (Paperback) – 352 pages
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