When we gather in these meetings, let's gather, we--for one purpose, that's to serve God. Let's put our lives to business. What good does it do us to impersonate something? Why will we accept a substitute when the whole skies are full of genuine Pentecostal power and blessings? Why should we accept a substitute?
You won't exhaust God's blessings. Ask abundantly.
Could you imagine a little fish about half-inch long out there in the middle of the ocean saying, "I'd better drink of this water sparingly. I might run out." Now, that sounds silly. Well, it's more sillier than that to think you could exhaust God's goodness.
William Branham, Sermon "A Door In A Door"