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The challenge for Pentecostal theological reflection is the integration of the redemptive meta-narrative with inherited theological traditions informed by the Pentecostal distinctive of baptism in the Holy Spirit.
The Pentecostal doctrine of baptism in the Holy Spirit implies subsequent salvific encounters with the Spirit of grace.
By stressing baptism in the Holy Spirit, Pentecostals emphasize that the experience of the coming of the Spirit into a person's life brings with it the ability to perform signs and wonders in Jesus' name to authenticate the gospel message.
8) Accordingly, through baptism in the Holy Spirit, everyone is involved in worship and knows how to conduct a service.
The climax of his work in the believer is baptism in the Holy Spirit, whose main purpose is to witness for Christ.
that baptism in the Holy Spirit and the manifestation of charismatic
itself to looking at baptism in the Holy Spirit as a particular
experience of baptism in the Holy Spirit and the gifts of the Spirit
According to Parham, glossolalia provided the requisite sign or "Bible evidence" of the baptism in the Holy Spirit by distributing among the saints every intelligible language to expedite world evangelization in the end times.
Although they were still considered recognizable languages and required as evidence of baptism in the Holy Spirit, believers uttered them during times of intense prayer.
The Wesleyan-Holiness churches hold this economy together in the second work of grace, while the Holiness-Pentecostal distinction between it and Spirit-baptism as a third work of grace necessarily distinguishes the work of the Holy Spirit in sanctification from that in the baptism in the Holy Spirit.
Additionally, when section 7 of the statement delineates the baptism in the Holy Spirit, it confesses that with it "come such experiences as an overflowing fullness of the Spirit, a deepened reverence for God, an intensified consecration to God and dedication to His work, and a more active love for Christ, for His Word and for the lost.