|THE SUPERNATURAL OCCURRENCES OF
CHARLES G. FINNEY
|The world over millions of Christians attend
churches whose evangelistic efforts have
been directly influenced by Charles G.
Finney (1792-1875), one of the most
successful of the 19th century evangelists.
His ministry efforts influenced the likes of
William Booth and D. L. Moody along with
a whole host of lesser known pastors,
teachers, evangelists and missionaries.
While his itinerant ministry has been well
documented, lesser known are the
miracles that he recorded experiencing in
his Memoirs. These miracles included
revelations from the Holy Spirit, visions,
the gift of prophecy, slain in the Spirit,
impenitent sinners mysteriously struck
dead, and other unusual occurrences.
Here, perhaps for the first time, an attempt
has been made to compile and analyze
these experiences in an attempt to answer
the enduring question of whether miracles
ended with the completion of the Canon of
Scripture or if they will continue until the