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In the rest of the world, the vast majority of Pentecostals hold to the Finished Work doctrine. 59 To a great extent, then, Durham’s views have prevailed everywhere. Why did the Finished Work message gain such widespread acceptance? Why did it become the wave of the future? We can identify three major reasons. First, as the Pentecostal revival exploded, many converts came directly from a life of sin without claiming a prior experience of sanctification. While people such as Parham and Seymour had sought and received definite experiences with God years before the outpouring of the Holy Ghost, many new believers had not.
The first three soon merged, and the resulting organization is now called the International Pentecostal Holiness Church. The fourth group became known as the Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church. One of the men who received the Holy Spirit under Cashwell was Joseph H. King (1869-1946), general overseer of the Fire-Baptized Holiness Church (beginning in 1900) and later bishop of the Pentecostal Holiness Church until his death. ” Now it identified the baptism of the Holy Ghost with tongues as the third blessing.
William Durham (prominent pastor in Chicago): “Then I had such power on me and in me as I never had before. And last but not least, I had a depth of love and sweetness in my soul that I had never even dreamed of before, and a holy calm possessed me, and a holy joy and peace, that is deep and sweet beyond anything I ever experienced before, even in the sanctified life. And O! ” • Maggie Geddis: “O the love, joy, and peace that flooded my being as I arose from the floor. ” • C. H. Mason (founder of the Church of God in 31 A History of Christian Doctrine Christ): “This was wedlock to Christ.