The Azusa Street Revival beginning in 1906 is responsible for the greatest outpouring of the Holy Ghost since the Day of Pentecost. It was facilitated by William J. Seymour, a one-eyed black man and the son of slaves. Charles Parham was responsible for teaching Seymour about the Holy Ghost.
The Azusa Outpouring is a book of distinction and authority on the Azusa Street Revival. This remarkable and unique book was co-authored by Bishop Otis Clark. Bishop Clark's authority on the Azusa Street Revival is special because he went into the original building and intimately knew founding members of the greatest revival in America. Additionally, Bishop Driscoll, William J. Seymour's successor gave Bishop Clark the Power-of Attorney over the Azusa Street Mission building.
In the book you will find historical accounts of the Holiness Movement Revival, major revivals in the history of the world, detailed accounts of the Azusa Revival, and testimony from the Azusa revival attendees. You will read about William J. Seymour's life as a revivalist, difficulties that ensued; and ultimately what ended
the greatest revival of of modern times.
About Bishop Otis G. Clark and Dr. Gwyneth Williams
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Published May 5, 2011
History, Religion & Spirituality.