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Seymourthe one-eyed year-old son of freed slaves, was a student of well-known Pentecostal preacher Charles Parham el avivamiento de la calle azusa an interim pastor for a small holiness church in Topeka, Kansas.
Once home in California, Terry suggested that Seymour be invited to speak at the local church. He was invited to stay in the home of congregation member Edward S. Lee, and he began to hold Bible studies and prayer meetings there.
The group would get together regularly and pray to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit. On April 9,after five weeks of Seymour's preaching and prayerand three days into an intended day fast Edward S.
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Lee spoke in tongues for the first time. A few days later, on April 12, Seymour spoke in tongues for the first time after praying all night long.
Members of the audience included people from a broad spectrum of income levels and religious backgrounds. Hutchins eventually spoke in tongues as her whole congregation began to attend the meetings.
Soon the crowds became very large and were full of people speaking in tongues, shouting, singing and moaning. Finally, the front porch collapsed, forcing the group to begin looking for a new meeting place.
They shouted three days and three nights.
It was Easter season. The people came from everywhere.
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By the next morning there was no way of getting near the house. As people came in they would fall under God's power; and the whole city was stirred.
They shouted until the foundation of the house gave way, but no one was hurt. Since the church had moved out, the building had served as a wholesale house, a warehouse, el avivamiento de la calle azusa lumberyard, stockyards, a tombstone shop, and had most recently been used as a stable with rooms for rent upstairs.
The only sign that it had once been a house of God was a single Gothic-style window over the main entrance.
They held their first meeting on April 14, Some of the benches were simply planks put on top of empty nail kegs. Frank Bartlemanan early participant in the revival, recalled that "Brother Seymour generally sat behind two empty shoe boxes, one on top of the other.
He usually kept his head inside the top one during the meeting, in prayer. There was no pride there In that old building, with its low rafters and bare floors It also had a large prayer room to handle the overflow from the altar services below.
The prayer room was furnished with chairs and benches made from California Redwood planks, laid end to end on backless chairs.