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Weighed and Found Wanting

Putting the Toronto Blessing in Context

Writer: Bill Randles | April 1995 | web.archive.org/web/20040703040810/http://www.geocities.com/Bob_Hunter/1.htm

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Here are some quotes from the following pages about this "mystical revival."

Of the frightening manifestations in evidence in the Toronto "Blessing" John Arnott says the problem is that we have been conditioned to believe "that the Holy Spirit's a gentleman" who would never do anything "rough or impolite". That, says Arnott, is simply "not true!" (John Arnott, Discovery Church, Orlando, FL, January 29, 1995, audiotape)

Other secular headlines "Congregation Rolling in the Aisle," "Evangelical Congregation Shows Signs of the Spirit," and "Faithful Fall for the Power of the Spirit," by Fred Langan and Paul Goodman, which says,

People from all over the world are flocking to this unlikely church the Toronto Airport branch of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship, six nights a week. And every night there are astounding scenes of people shaking with laughter, slipping into a trance, falling to the floor and crying. "Last week, Bishop David Pytches from England was down here roaring on the floor like a lion," says John Arnott, the church's pastor.


Weighed and Found Wanting: Putting the Toronto Blessing in Context by Pastor Bill Randles, April 1995, web.archive.org/web/20040703040810/http://www.geocities.com/Bob_Hunter/1.htm. Book is also available at Amazon.com.