“Of the revival on Azusa Street in Los Angeles in the early 1900s, Frank Bartleman wrote, ‘The color line was washed away in the Blood [of Christ].’
At Azusa Street, Blacks, Latinos, Asians, Whites, and others knelt beside each other. They prayed and sang together. The Holy Spirit created a dimension of love, unity, brotherhood, and equality unprecedented for the time. The Baptism in the Holy Spirit and immersion in Divine Love allowed men, women, and children to celebrate their unity in Christ and participate as led by the Spirit. It propelled them to go change their neighborhoods, cities, and even nations.
I’ve preached in churches and taught in schools founded by those who were at Azusa.
I personally know some of the descendants of those who were at Azusa. I assure you something supernatural went on there! The impact of the Holy Spirit’s manifestation continues to be felt 110 years later.
I pray, ‘God, do it again. Send a Holy Spirit revival to my generation, to my world.'”
~ Dr. David Arnett, President of Northpoint Bible College & Graduate School