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Charles Wesley’s insight into Spirit-filled life

For Whitsun, David Bryant reflects on the theology of the hymn 'O thou, who camest from above'

THE Pentecost story explodes into high drama. A ferocious gale threatens to blow apart the upper room. Mysterious, incandescent haloes of fire dance on the disciples' heads, and in a flash they become multi-lingual. Not surprisingly, accusations of drunkenness are thrown around. You could not ask for a more boisterous, action-filled account of the Early Church getting off the ground.

This outpouring is a follow-up to something even more thought provoking. Turn to the first verse of ...

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