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Something one was standing but me. He was there when David hid from Saul in the cave. I wrote about in Holy Good Morning. God will not trust the anointing to those who don't love Him. I urge you only to In my think of the fallen ministers of years ship.
We are commanded to seek the Lord. O Shake yourself from the dust. O Jerusalem. So the passage begins by telling us to awake. O When pray. Loose yourself from the bonds of your neck. Put on your strength. You will recall that the Lord Jesus.
We will no longer have fellowship with the wicked. We will stop running here and there looking for someone to pray for us or get us out of trouble. We will arise and be free. Weakness will go. This surely will shake everyone of us awake: For thus says the lord: Sin will not be able 4 5 touch us.
We will shake ourselves from the dust from our misery. And then we can sit down and rest. Now therefore.
There will be peace real peace. Then the Assyrian oppressed them without cause. The uncircumcized and unclean will not be a part of us. Therefore they shall know in that day That I am He who it is speaks. We will wail and howl from the bondage we are in. He today be- And ing: I" Isa. Isaiah shifts results of awaking. How beautiful feet of upon the mountains Are the him who brings good news. We will be taken away like slaves. We will go down to Egypt.
Paul wrote poignantly in 1 Corinthians 9: You have submitted to the lower nature. You really need to understand that. The Lord always leads. The choice is ours. It's up to you to take that flesh by the neck and say. God gives us all the opportunity to pray and calls us to it.
The second you say no to prayer "I'm too tired" or "I don't feel like it" the real you is an idol worshiper. But He will not force you. I'm going to pray! I last that I had the answer to what she had been talking about when she said. I myself should become disqualified" [or "become a castaway. He will help you. God loves you. Submitting to the flesh is rebelling against God. He will give you new knowledge.
Pay the price. Turn your life right side up. The flesh prevailed. He will give you new vision and you will see His glory. He He will speak to you. God will not use a man who has been turned upside down. Start seeking God. God made man and woman a being of spirit. God's telephone number is Jeremiah It will kill you. An Answer at Last 47 The awful danger of submitting to the flesh is revealed in the early chapters of Genesis.
I was standing at the bus stop on my way to preach for the second time. In the early years. At the meeting. I knew the Lord had told me to pray for the sick as part of preaching the gospel. Nobody is going to get healed. I normally But I couldn't stop then. I got this terrible feeling.
It's not going to happen nothing — nothing! He shows up. It's as though He doesn't show up until your hand is poised above the person or until your mouth is open to speak. As I noted in the account of my first venture into preaching the gospel and the instant healing of my stutter. I knew power He wobbled. It's the same way with you. I had this terrible feeling. He was healed of his ailment. As you prepare for the presence and the anointing of the Holy Spirit for.
I'm going to make a mess. He's stretching your for the faith. You'll never early lessons. So here was this fellow. God is never early. James says that "the testing of your faith produces patience" or endurance and perseverance and that — — you should "let patience have its perfect work.
I you. He's building you up more difficult tasks ahead. Just about the time you think you're going to die. You I said to do this. Then one time when I was there. Yesterday's anointing will not be today's anointing.
I I didn't. Praise You. And bly. And then there were times when she'd say to the audience. I said quiet! It's Not By Might 51 whatever work the Lord has called you to. Minutes passed. Immediately Miss Kuhlman spoke emphatically. Everything else. I had already learned and experienced so much from Kathryn's meetings.
I'm going to did their best. I said in advance that at the crucial minutes to get Lord. God certainly used her for miracles all over the world. All over the auditorium. And they were enthusiastic. I you want to move any send you downstairs. After all. They were beautiful. And they began during silence. I "Thank you. I went back to Canada and thought about it. I had been in the ministry only three months. Miracles were taking place all over the auditorium.
I my in their exuberance So this I when worshiping the Lord. Virtually no Then whoosh! Something one was standing but me.
I felt a numbness sweep across most of my body. I felt a strong electrical charge. I know I was the only one who did at that I moment: And right before my eyes. I honestly didn't know whether knew was had get it right or not. My song leader lay on the floor weeping. Three people in I different parts of the was room had fallen. It was really quiet. I grasped the pulpit tightly. Quite frankly.
A few days later a friend named Peter called. I didn't I couldn't resist opening looking. The musicians. And after So Then it — all want to look. Pretty soon forty minutes had passed. But God wasn't finished. It was Friday night and he said. I waited with my eyes shut because I had no idea what was going to happen if anything. I'd forI was doing something and move on.
All I that Kathryn had done it. It's Not By Might I 53 on. I figured that if nothing happened. And while two more went down. Then bang! What was that? Then another bang. You're always talking. Ten mintwenty minutes. I brought you to the woods to teach you. And then suddenly he jumped from why I brought you out here!
We I stopped. I could even hear my own heart pounding. I figured he should have been back by now. It was very quiet. He parked and we walked several minutes into the forest. To teach you that you don't know how to be quiet. He hadn't just gone to the bathroom.
I met him at five. Ill pick you up at five. And I waited. I mean. So I screamed. I was sure I could hear my ears. You don't have to drive far out of Toronto to be in the woods. Kathryn Kuhlman was a minister of the gospel whom I followed very closely. The first words she spoke into the microphone were: I watched her glide.
But I must confess that the first time I saw her. You will discover the anointsaid. Without even knowing it. I can get him saved. Then as the packed crowd erupted with "How Great Thou Art. And have you been waiaiaiaiaiaiting fooooooorrrrrrr me? It's Not By Might 55 can take an unbeliever and get him quiet and in those minutes have him think about eternity.
I learned of its power. From the third row of the First Presbyterian Church's sanctuary. I amazing ministry. The Holy Place is quiet. There's a lesson to be learned from the Bible's warnings. You must learn to get still before God and worship Him quietly. Keeping the Promise As I've said for many years. I never saw her fail to speak. God over many in- who have stumbled even flamboyance.
I urge you only to In my think of the fallen ministers of years ship. As you seek and receive the anointing. I was very young and immature as a Christian. Up to that time. I thank You for this. I learned much. Any failure in this regard will be disastrous.
For was among the relatively few who had the opportunity to witness from fairly close that the outward showmanship in no way revealed the heart. Pride and gratitude are another. The choir would sing this Jimmy McDonald. I was still frozen with fright.
I couldn't move. Most people didn't know who I was. I "and this is the most unspiritual woman Fve ever met. He sang again. Finally I got out onto the stage. Maggie Hartner. Jimmy sang the song a second time. That didn't I make it any easier. Jimmy whispered. Benny Hinn is going to come out. I heard a voice deep inside that said. Maggie came to me later and said something that I will never forget: It's the same with the Lord.
It was a marvelous. You can't say. It seemed like nearly half an hour had passed. I was struggling by myself. All I could think about was getting out of there and going home. I'm supposed to have a relationship with her.
I can't do it. The power of God descended. I don't talk to my wife just when I need her. You pray all the time so your fellowship can remain. I how to do this.
I don't think I know how. Nobody sang with me. There was instant release once I knew beyond a shadow of doubt that I couldn't do it. All I could do was throw my arms up in the air and cry. But only in the last few years have I fully understood what she was saying: Back at the hotel I room. This is where Miss Kuhlman and I lived for so many years in the early days.
Maggie turned to me and said. I said to her. I thought Kathryn always had that anointing. The streets were deserted. I'm going to tell you something right now and don't ever forget it. Maggie and I were driving through the streets of Pittsburgh late one night after a service.
I know you'll understand. God will say. A Matter of Trust I know Maggie Hartner had this matter of rela- tionship and trust in mind at the time of this very personal story I want to share with you. The power of God that you saw on Kathryn was only on her in the last ten years.
After a moment's silence. And she said: I my hotel that night. I was shaken. I spoke as seriously as I ever had in my life: And she pointed the forefinger of her right hand directly at my face and said evenly but forcefully: The experience in many ways was 61 a forecast of the years. From what God did in her life. Kathryn grew into a tall.
I want to tell you briefly about this remarkable woman who had such an impact on my life and who touched so many lives around the world. She accepted Jesus as her Lord at age fourteen under the ministry of a Baptist evangelist during a typical Midwestern revival meeting at a small Methodist church.
Kathryn married him. Out of those meetings in Fortunately God had a plan to overcome Kathryn's weaknesses. Stunning her family. Kathryn lost all sound judgment and fell in love with him. But near-disaster was close at hand.
Although he was still married. When he finally divorced his wife. During this time. Although healings through prayer occurred as in Christian ministries. Accompanied by pianist Helen Gulliford. He stayed for two months. I could fully identify with the sobbing and shak7 ing. In she invited a tall. She then followed Waltrip to Iowa. Her booming ministry collapsed, although parts of the Denver work continued under other leaders. Waltrip's ministry also failed in Iowa.
So they left and traveled extensively around the Midwest and west, sometimes ministering together, but more often she sat silently on the platform as he ministered. Because of the grace of God, people were often saved and blessed under their ministry, but the life went out of both of them, especially her. Kathryn had walked away from her first real love, the Lord Jesus Christ, and she was dying.
According to Jamie Buckingham, an author and pastor, she had known for many years that she was to be different. The call on her was so deep, so irreversible, that after about six years she could stand her misery no longer.
And for a time, I loved him even more than God. I finally told him I had to leave. God had never released me from that original call. Not only did I live with him, I had to live. The sun was flickering through the great limbs that stretched out overhead. At the end of the block I saw a street sign. It said simply, "Dead End. If you think it's easy to go to the cross, it's simply because you've never been there.
I've been there. I know. And I had to go alone. I knew nothing about the wonderful filling of the Holy Spirit. I knew nothing of the power of the mighty third person of the Trinity. I said it out loud: I give it all to you. Take my body. Take my heart.
All I am is yours. I place it in your won-. Kathryn had known for almost six years that she had been fooling herself.
She had been preaching and seeking God's blessing without living under God's precepts. She had sinned. But she repented, turning around that Saturday afternoon. She died.
She became a seed willing to fall into the ground and be buried. In the words of Buckingham, "She turned around and started back up the street whence she had come.
Only Jesus. I discussed Kathryn's "dying" with Maggie Hartner years later, and she gave me great insight insight that we must all learn from. At that time of repentance and turning around, Kathryn was understandably grief-stricken and guilt-ridden.
The Lord, at one point, asked her, "Kathryn, have I forgiven you? According to the Scripture, God has put repented sins behind Him and never looks at them. They are as far from him as the East is from the West. If you keep coming back and asking for forgiveness, He really doesn't know what you are talking about. The washing of the blood.
A clean slate. Who was Kathryn Kuhlman that she should treat sin in a way contrary to God? It never. Two years later, after many ups and downs and many rejections because she was a woman who had married a divorced man, Miss Kuhlman got off the bus in Franklin, in western Pennsylvania. The door was at last ready to open. She began a lengthy stay at the Gospel Tabernacle and during that time started a radio ministry that was to prosper and, by stages, reach out across America.
She eventually landed in Pittsburgh, which was to be the headquarters for her amazing ministry. During the time in Franklin, she began to wrestle with the issue of healing. She sometimes preached on healing, and people would be healed, but it was not a major emphasis in her ministry, which was designed to lead people to rebirth through Christ.
It was real, and it was genuine, but what was the key? Maybe she would find the key. But it was not. The evangelist was loud, brassy, and acrobatic, which was the furthest thing from her ministry.
The audience seemed to go crazy there, at least for her. She saw evidence of fraud in the claims of healing, and she could only weep. People were being critias. But Kathryn, as brokenhearted as she was, still believed the Word of God, and she turned to it for help.
We're running right on schedule. After the Holy Father finished sharing. After Jesus was in the grave. He was suddenly empowered to heal the sick. An Unusual Woman of God 67 lowship with Him. But even though He was the very Son of God. Now things will really happen.
The only way fellowship could be restored would be for someone to pay the price for that sin. It must have been one of the greatest thrills Jesus received as He walked in the flesh on this earth.
For three years they continued. Filled with the Spirit. Then came that mag- — nificent Jesus. And I can almost hear the Holy Spirit whisper in His ear. I shall join You on earth. And when the time is right. His Son Jesus spoke up and said. For if another did not pay it. I'll be willing to die on a cross so that man can be restored to perfect fellowship with us. I'll take the form of a man and go down to earth to pay that price. It was the time for miracles.
He was powerless. Jesus came per- out of the grave in a glorified body. Now He was passing it on to the church. I became painfully aware that the key was too high.
Jimmie McDonald began leading the song that was planned. Jimmie gave a flattering. As I began to lead the audience in the familiar lyrics of Jesus. Once more. Finally Jimmie announced—more to me than to the audience—"We're going to sing this once more. I walked slowly toward Jimmie. I died not once. Inside I was begging. For the second time I heard the audience singing Jesus.
I've got to get out of here and go home. What I didn't realize. I peeked at the crowd from my vantage point backstage and I was terrified. He whispered.
Nobody could sing with me and I was struggling by myself. That meant it was almost time for me to walk on stage. It was a disaster. Her impact. I began to speak words I hadn't prepared and the power of God began to touch people across the auditorium.
Four years later. Now I will. December My physical body relaxed. It was a memorable. It was in that same city on Friday. As a 21 -year-old who had become a born-again Christian nearly two years earlier. After being raised in a Greek Orthodox home in Jaffa. I answered. I think we need to be at the church by six in the morning if we want a decent seat.
He told me about the bus he had arranged and wanted me to join the group. I think you need to be in one of her services and see her ministry in person.
My heart seemed to be crying out. Driving through a near-blizzard. His name was Jim Poynter. I asked Christ to become my personal Savior. From that moment forward I was like a spiritual sponge—soaking in everything I could. Several hundred people were already there. I was desperately seeking more of God. I agreed to go. The morning was bitter cold. I remembered seeing her program once or twice.
With only four hours of sleep and in the darkness of morning we arrived at the church. I removed my heavy clothing and tried to relax. Never in my Christian walk had I experienced anything like this.
I could feel it in my legs. This unusual sensation seemed more than physical. I opened my eyes to look around for the source. Something was happening inside me and I was too embarrassed to tell Jim about it. I wasn't cold anymore.
The entire audience began singing How Great Thou Art and. The longer I stood there the more the shaking continued uncontrollably. I pulled my coat close to me and waited in the cold morning.
I felt a slow. In that holy atmosphere. I glanced up and there were no windows My hands were extended high into the air and I felt as if I was being bathed in glory. I stood there quietly. I was beginning to worry. The second row was filled.
How Can I Explain It? It continued for several minutes and then I felt as if my entire body was wrapped in a warm. A woman got out of her wheelchair and walked. Absolutely nothing that had happened in my life could compare to that glorious moment.
There were scores of testimonies from people who were being healed of tumors. I was lost in the Spirit. No one moved for what seemed like several minutes. I was communing with God. Yet I could feel this unusual wind moving down one arm and up the other. The previous evening. He's all I've got!
Jim told me about the miracles that took place in Miss Kuhlman's meetings. At one point in the service I looked up to see Miss Kuhlman with her face buried in her hands.
Deaf people could suddenly hear. The music stopped. It was incredible. He was talking with me. Then I heard the Lord's gentle voice say. When the anointing of the Holy Spirit comes. Don't wound Absolute silence.
I had talked to God. I thought I did. I began to speak out loud. All the way back to Toronto my mind replayed the scene of Miss Kuhlman leaning over the pulpit. I longed to know Him. My mind was whirling with what I had experienced—the miracles and the words spoken by this unusual servant of God. I fell to my knees and the first words that came out of my mouth were. I realized that the Holy Spirit was not an "it. Nothing happened. I had no idea what to expect. Would He answer? If so.
At first there was complete silence. Not knowing what would happen. Can I meet You? He's all I've got. He's a Person!
That night. I couldn't sleep. I don't think I know You. Don't wound the One I love! It seemed she was pointing directly at me as she declared. He's more real to me than you are! Suddenly I felt something pulling me out of my bed to the floor. Before today. West Virginia. After the most peaceful night's rest I could remember. And have you been waaaaaiting for me?
I said. Its powerful signal not only reached into Canada. Holy Spirit. He enlarged my understanding and caused the Word to come alive. I woke up and did what seemed to be the most natural thing in the world.
I would open my Bible and the Holy Spirit would literally cause my eyes to fall on a certain passage of Scripture. He was there. I knew I had the right frequency when I heard Kathryn Kuhlman's voice with her familiar sign-on: And have you been waiting for me? I was tingling with the power of God's Spirit. Day after day. I just knew you would be there. I could feel Him. Through the years. It was the key to unleashing God's power. The personal cost Miss Kuhlman talked about was prayer—and I made a decision in that meeting that I would pay the price.
I did my best to be on board. She quoted from Isaiah 52 when God said. I was back at First Presbyterian in Pittsburgh and listened intently as Kathryn told of the price she had paid for the power of the Holy Spirit.
I took every opportunity to return to her Friday morning meetings. Put on your strength. I can still hear her voice coming into my room. If a charter bus from Canada was going to one of her miracle services in Ottawa.
O Zion. Miss Kuhlman often laughed about her style as being "Missouri corn bread" because it was so down-to-earth. It may have been plain. I can still see her looking across that audience. Not long after my encounter with the Holy Spirit. Her message centered on the necessity of death to self. In hushed whispers they asked each other. She is sick and has been taken to the hospital.
They grew. A few minutes later the entire waiting crowd was given the same message. I wanted to express my gratitude for the pivotal role she had played in my life. The news was cause for great concern.
In fact I have been telling her about your ministry. Many times I've been asked. They were sown into my life. I received a phone call from Maudie Phillips. Do you think they will tell us more? I left Pittsburgh and returned to Canada. As usual.
They were stunned. I'll be there! Can you be in Pittsburgh next Friday morning? She will be able to meet with you right after the service. He used Kathryn to prepare me for ministry. I know you have wanted to meet Kathryn for some time and I have it all arranged.
A few minutes later a staff member came to me and said. I arrived early at First Presbyterian Church. Kathryn never canceled a service.
They blossomed. The idea that I would finally have the opportunity to meet Miss Kuhlman was thrilling. In her lifetime she said she died one thousand deaths. As you will read in these pages. The Lord did not give me any special power or gift through Kathryn Kuhlman.
God uses His servants to influence us to walk in His ways—even to bring us into an atmosphere where miracles occur. Why do I want to share this remarkable story of Kathryn Kuhlman with you?
It demonstrates what can happen when an ordinary person becomes totally yielded to the Holy Spirit. As I told members of my staff recently. God certainly uses people. Her God was very much alive. I believe what happened that day was in God's providence. I never had the opportunity to meet Kathryn personally. Arthur Metcalfe. Thousands of disappointed people had to be turned away.
At the organ was another longtime member of the team. People arrived by taxis. On some days the building could have been easily filled twice.
Buses and even plane loads came from major cities in the west and often from foreign countries. The ushers and counselors were at their appointed locations. Before each service hundreds of choir members rehearsed under the direction of Dr. Charles Beebee. He Touched Me. We promise to give You all the praise. As Buckingham described it. We feel the blessed presence of the Holy Spirit. Electricity seemed to crackle from her.
Metcalfe led the choir in a few more stirring anthems and choruses. The music pealed until the walls fairly vibrated and my scalp tingled. The music and praise continued until a holy hush fell across the room and she would pray—nothing memorized. Her smile was captivating.
Thunderous Applause Jamie Buckingham once described the beginning of a service he attended at the Shrine. It was usually during that song that Miss Kuhlman suddenly appeared on the platform. Pour out Your Spirit upon us. Sometimes she would preach for an hour or more.
On other occasions she would invite people to the stage who had been healed in previous meetings. Kathryn usually entered into a light moment with her audience—perhaps something humorous that had occurred that week. Her meetings were always alive and often filled with laughter.
Historian Helen Kooiman The medically documented stories of the miracles that took place are recorded in her books: God Can Do It Again. And somebody's vision is being restored. It was a genuine reflection that mirrored her personality. The Scoffers Were there critics? Of course there were. Many were ushered to the platform to share their healings publicly. It was powerful. Staff members. They never knew quite what to expect. She truly believed it when she said. There was open distrust on the part of some.
When people looked at their watches. There were four-page photo spreads in People magazine. Kathryn concluded with an impassioned plea for people to give their hearts to Jesus Christ.
Making Headlines In the late s and early s Miss Kuhlman's name became a household word. Flip Wilson and Ruth Buzzi. Miss Kuhlman left the stage. Hundreds would flock to the front. Popular comedians of the day. They had been in the auditorium for four hours. They were wary. She immediately walked to the section filled with wheelchairs and stretchers. There were extremes of reactions. They came out of curiosity as much as anything. In the early s. Kathryn ventured to nearby cities such as Akron and Cleveland.
Ward to Wilkerson that two things were going to happen in the kingdom: She is. The California minister often sponsored large rallies in the area. Toronto and her home base of Pittsburgh—miraculous cures seem to occur. Los Angeles. But hidden underneath the Shirley Temple hairdo is one of the most remarkable Christian Charismatics in the U.
Time magazine wrote in For nearly fifteen years she was content to stay in her own backyard. In each of her recent services—in Los Angeles.
His own healing ministry was flourishing in Anaheim and he felt she would only multiply what God was already doing in southern California. Ten years earlier. Ralph Wilkerson wanted to make certain this was the type of ministry he could endorse.
Ralph walked the streets of downtown Pittsburgh.
The meeting was arranged and. The music. The moment Kathryn walked onto the platform they felt the unmistakable presence of the Lord.
Miss Kuhlman had been a strong financial supporter of the Teen Challenge drug rehabilitation projects and David repeatedly urged Ralph to invite her. They shared the vision they had for Los Angeles.
Ralph and his wife. I'm really not interested. And don't leave until she agrees to come to southern California. Then one day in early the telephone rang. She also laughed about being a country girl from Missouri and wondered whether she'd be accepted in the movie capital of the world. There was no response from Miss Kuhlman. Is this Allene? Oral explained that he was in a crusade in Cleveland. Ralph before they left. Only one! Allene was determined.
I'm doing my best to encourage her to come west. Jammed to capacity. Tell Ralph I'll come to California. Kathryn took her aside and told her. Miss Kuhlman negotiated with the owners of the 7. Within a few months it was obvious that Kathryn needed a much larger building. Miss Kuhlman talked about her overwhelming workload. This story would be repeated for the next ten eventful years. She captured the city. The set was a garden adorned with flowers. On the Set Her monthly visits to California.
With programs in just under ten years it became the longest running halfhour series ever produced at CBS. It was syndicated in major markets across the nation. Those who worked with her say that after each taping she There was music. Many times I've looked into the faces of my staff and said. Those who know me know that I agree with this philosophy and make no apology for expecting excellence. Everything she did for the Lord had to be done first class.
Each second month. Their personalities clicked the first time they met at the Century Plaza Hotel where Miss Kuhlman stayed during her trips to Los Angeles. She wouldn't even consider such a venture unless she could find the best producer and the finest studio available. He had just completed fourteen years of producing widely acclaimed films for the Billy Graham organization.
Kathryn would tape eight programs—she didn't believe in reruns. They decided on a weekly half-hour format with the title "I Believe in Miracles. There was a problem. Jimmie McDonald. Why not? She never refused. When she'd come into the studio there was a constant procession of people from the executive level on down—people who loved her—who would stop by just to see her and say hello.
It went hand in glove with her platform services. The services were where the miracles happened. As Miss Kuhlman left the studio. If there was the slightest error. They were extending an official invitation for Miss Kuhlman to visit their city.
And one of her costars is expected to come out and surprise her—but it will be you! We'll see then if we can finally break her up. Miss Kuhlman received hundreds of invitations from around the globe—from churches of many denominations.
She exclaimed. A section in the balcony was reserved where they could slip in and not be bothered—and Kathryn made it a policy never to single them out from the platform. A long list of show business celebrities attended her meetings at the Shrine Auditorium. On cue she rapped at the set door. Even more. It was from Oran Gragson. When Carol Burnett called for the person to come out.
She crept into the next-door studio and stood waiting out of sight. It was payback time for the many times Carol brought down the house with her over-the-top Kathryn Kuhlman imitations.
Letter from the Mayor Because of the growing national television exposure. The floor director told Kathryn. Miss Kuhlman walked through the door and onto the set.
It's recorded that. Kathryn constantly refused to allow video or motion picture cameras to be present at her services. She felt the activity would distract her from concentrating on what God wanted to take place. Posters advertising the meeting were seen in gambling casinos and announcements were made in nightclubs. That Kathryn Kuhlman. Ralph Wilkerson was permitted to videotape her ministry at a charismatic conference at Melodyland in That would be quite a departure from the norm.
I'll be there. What made her decide to capture the Las Vegas event on film? One of her close friends told me. Only four times did she make an exception. Of course. The mayor has invited her to hold a miracle service in the City Auditorium. Kathryn Kuhlman's in town. Her mind began to whirl. I hope you can tear yourselves away from the slot machines to attend. You know who she is. Mayor Gragson proclaimed May 3. Not only would she accept the invitation.
A reporter for Logos Journal July wrote. The entertainers. She prayed that day. Busloads began arriving from Reno. The night before the meeting the casino hotels in what is often called "Sin City" were filling up—the Stardust. And when Kathryn walked on that stage the applause was deafening. The scene outside the Convention Center the next morning was chaotic. The black jack dealers. I don't have a thing. The casino operators. Jimmie McDonald sang as never before. Benny Hinn.
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