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    "The Azusa revival began where every revival should rightly begin -

    in repentant tears. It began in tears, it lived in tears, and when the

    tears ended the Azusa revival ended."
    - A. G. Osterberg

    "Are you truly a Spirit-filled Christian? Does the term "Spirit-filled"

    describe your doctrine or your devotion?"
    - David Smithers

    "Many do not recognize the fact as they ought, that Satan has got

    men fast asleep in sin and that it is his great device to keep them

    so. He does not care what we do if he can do that. We may sing

    songs about the sweet by and by, preach sermons and say

    prayers until doomsday, and he will never concern himself about

    us, if we don't wake anybody up. But if we awake the sleeping

    sinner he will gnash on us with his teeth. This is our work - to

    wake people up."
    - Catherine Booth

    "Spirit filled souls are ablaze for God. They love with a love that

    glows. They serve with a faith that kindles. They serve with a

    devotion that consumes. They hate sin with fierceness that burns.

    They rejoice with a joy that radiates. Love is perfected in the fire of

    God." - Samuel Chadwick

    "How is it that the soul being of such value, and God so great,

    eternity so near and yet we are so little moved?"
    - William Bramwell

    "Pray, O pray, my brother! never, never quit your hold of the

    fullness of God; for time is nearly over, and if this fullness be lost it

    will be lost forever. I am astonished that we do not pray more, yea,

    that we do not live every moment as on the brink of the eternal

    world, and in the blessed expectation of that glorious country."

    - William Bramwell

    "Work as if everything depended upon your work, and pray as if

    everything depended upon your prayer."
    - William Booth

    "A minister, who prays not, who is not in love with prayer, is not a

    minister of the Church of God. He is a dry tree, which occupies in

    vain a place in Christ's garden. He is an enemy, and not a father,

    of the people. He is a stranger, who has taken the place of the

    shepherd, and to whom the salvation of the flock is an indifferent

    - Thomas Coke