What is Pentecostal?

Acts Chapters 1-3

There are only two categories of Christians: Pentecostal or Non-Pentecostal.

Pentecostal is Christians who obey Jesus in the same faith that the first Christians did:

Expecting and seeking to be baptized in the same miracle power of Jesus Christ that the first Christians were commanded by Him to expect and RECEIVE.

Jesus “baptizes in The Holy Spirit”, proven with the same proof the first Christians had —  the initial miracle evidence of other tongues (Holy Spirit-given spiritual languages). These things fulfilled on the day of Pentecost.

 

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