Better Felt Than Said: The Holiness-Pentecostal Experience by Troy D. Abell
By Troy D. Abell
Greater Felt Than stated is an in-depth ethnographic learn of the way households dwelling at the monetary outer edge of yankee industrialization make feel of the illness, rigidity, and uncertainty linked to poverty.
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After two months of living in town, I moved into the hollow. Josh Armstrong, who by this time had become a good friend, helped me find a place. The five-room house we found was one of several in a coal camp. The mine had been closed for years, but the houses surrounding it were still occupied. Since the coal camp houses were in relatively poor condition and none had running water, my monthly rent was $10. It was in the coal camp that I began to know people. They brought over medicine when I was sick; we helped each other fix Page xii our vehicles; the older teenaged boys found my place nice for a late-night game of cards; and my jeep wagon was a useful ambulance/taxi/bus.
God's mercy can go only so far. You sow what you reap. A God of love must also be a God of judgment. You can't hide from God's judgment. Sometimes we pick up old sins; that's when we must sow and reap. Adultery and fornicationGod can forgive. But the situation may be too much, especially for those training for the ministry. After we harden our hearts, God begins to harden the heart. We don't pay equally; God forgives. Punishment or correction may be seen as an act of love on God's part. TA: What if you killed someone or committed adultery?
Holiness The concept of holiness denotes a condition resulting from the experience(s) called sanctification. Holiness-Pentecostals seek three distinct steps in their religious experience: salvation, sanctification, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost (in that order). Sanctification produces the widest distribution of beliefs among Holiness-Pentecostals. Different aspects are often emphasized. FRANK HARPER: Sanctification is a work of grace. Sanctification is to be set apart for a sacred purpose. Sanctification is to be free from sin.