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A Better Preacher Because of the Baptism

A Better Preacher Because of the BaptismBy Kenneth E. Hagin

In this segment, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin recalls how receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit impacted his preaching ability and the condition of his church congregation.


Anointed to Preach

Anointed to PreachBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin recalls how quiet he was as a boy and how that changed after he was born again, healed, and baptized in the Holy Ghost.


Following God’s Plan

Following God's PlanBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin explains the importance of following God’s timing once you have received God’s plan.


Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in TonguesBy Kenneth E. Hagin

In this article, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin shares about the moment he was filled with the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in other tongues. He also teaches about one of the benefits of doing so.


The Anointing to Teach

The Anointing to TeachBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin recalls when he received the anointing to teach and how he proved the gift was real.


The Glory Cloud Appears Again

Glory Cloud AppearsBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin recalls his second experience with the glory cloud and explains the difference between the anointing to preach and the anointing to teach.


Winning the Battle by Wearing the Armor

Winning the Battle by Wearing the ArmorBy Lynette Hagin

First Corinthians 2:9–10 says, “However, as it is written: ‘No eye has seen, nor ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him’ but God has revealed  it to us by his Spirit. But the Spirit searches all things, even the deep things of God” (NIV). Read this passage of scripture carefully, because I want you to get it in your spirit.


‘When I Get Filled . . . I Will Begin To Speak’

When I get FilledBy Kenneth E. Hagin

As a young Baptist preacher, I associated with Full Gospel people around divine healing. We both believed in that, and hearing them talk about divine healing made my faith grow stronger. I also knew I needed the infilling of the Holy Spirit that they talked about, because I sensed a lack of power in my own life. But after meditating on and thinking about the scriptures concerning the Holy Spirit, I became convinced that speaking with other tongues wasn’t necessary. So I told the Lord that I expected to receive the infilling of the Spirit, but that I was of the opinion that tongues didn’t go along with it and were not for us today.


There’s No Magic in the Faucet!

There's No Magic in the FaucetBy Kenneth W. Hagin

In a large house there are articles not only of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay; some are for noble purposes and some for ignoble. If a man cleanses himself from the latter, he will be an instrument for noble purposes, made holy, useful to the Master and prepared to do any good work.

—2 Timothy 2:20–21 (NIV)

Thomas Edward Lawrence (commonly known as “Lawrence of Arabia”) became a national hero in England after he helped the Arabs defeat Turkish forces during World War I. While in the Middle East, Lawrence formed close friendships with many Arab leaders, and after the war, he accompanied some of them to Paris for the Versailles Peace Conference.


The Gifts and Callings of God

The Gifts and Callings of GodBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Romans 11:29 says, “For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance.” “Without repentance” means that God won’t change His mind about what He has called you to do. If God has called you, that calling is still there, whether or not you have obeyed. And if God gave you a gift—if He gifted you along a certain line—that gift is still there!


Seven Reasons Why Every Believer Should Speak in Tongues

Seven Reasons WhyBy Kenneth E. Hagin

The Apostle Paul wrote and spoke much about the subject of speaking in other tongues, and he apparently practiced what he preached, for he said, “I thank my God, I speak with tongues more than ye all” (1 Cor. 14:18).