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VOICE OF REVIVAL

ARTICLES WRITTEN BY PASTOR GODFREY WIPPON

THE VOICE OF REVIVAL is a series of Weekly Salvation messages written by Principal Pastor Godfrey Wippon. Pastor Godfrey writes many short articles regarding God’s salvation plan for mankind. All articles written are categorised under different headings on this blog.
If you are looking for Bible Truth, we invite you to read these articles and acquaint yourself with the truth, and the truth will set you free.

Every church group has a name for a number of reasons.
(1) To identify itself and in so doing to distance itself from other churches.
(2) To identify its teachings and in so doing to distance itself from the teaching of the other churches.

A church group should check first if others are teaching correct doctrine and if not is entitled to introduce what it considers correct doctrine.
Every church has originally introduced itself into society because it believes the already established practices were incorrect or incomplete.

Revival Centres preach, “Repent and be Baptised every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.” Acts 2:38. This is just one scripture but is a precise approach basic to salvation. This we believe is the promised recurrence of Pentecost, promised to all (Acts 2:4). We also preached that many have been baptised without receiving the Holy Spirit, (Acts 19:1-7).

We find hundreds in this category. We also emphasize healing and happiness as promised in God’s word. Many scriptures, relative to this teaching could be quoted. Many questions may well be forth coming. There are innumerable authorities on this subject now in Papua New Guinea who would be delighted to answer your enquiries.

Visit a Revival Centres Assembly near you and ask our members regarding anything on Bible Truth and they will answer all your questions. Revival Centres has church establishments in all 22 provinces of Papua New Guinea.

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