Homer Smith

Homer Smith resided in Sweet Valley, Pennsylvania, in the 1970s.

From Herald of Holiness - May 15, 1977.

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - July 10, 1963

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
P. J. Bartram
Loren E. Schaffer
Jack M. Scharn
John W. May
George Frame
Ivan Beals
Homer Smith
Pauline Kuykendall
Russell F. Metcalfe, Jr.
J. Kenneth Grider
Four birds flying
Evangelism First 1960-1964; As birds flying, so will the Lord of hosts defend... deliver... preserve. (Isaiah 31:5)

02 They Lied to the Holy Ghost by General Superintendent Williamson

03 My Personal Prayer by P. J. Bartram

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Herald of Holiness - May 15, 1977

William E. McCumber
V. H. Lewis
Charles E. Higgins
Virginia Curl Benson
G. Weatherley
Miriam S. Lewis
Thomas W. Klewin
Jean Hogan Dudley
Debbie Salter
Elizabeth B. Jones
Hal Bonner
Frances Simpson
Irene Ness
John Chilton
Neil Hightower
Homer Smith
C. Neil Strait
Jerry Hull
Charles L. Childers
Don J. Gibson
Dorothy A. Stickell
Robert Branson
James D. Hamilton
Ruby Lockenour
A man plowing a field with two workhorses and a dog.

02 Pentecost by General Superintendent V. H. Lewis
03 Made To Be Possessed by Charles E. Higgins
03 Changed by His Hand by Virginia Curl Benson
04 Expectations for Revival by G. Weatherly
05 They Will Sing Again by Miriam S. Lewis
06 The Track—God’s Smallest Witness by Thomas W. Klewin
06 You Prayed For Me by Jean Hogan Dudley
07 Book Brief: Because God Made Me by Elizabeth B. Jones—Reviewed by Debbie Salter
08 The Friendship of the Holy Spirit by Hal Bonner
08 Flowers Speak by Frances Simpson
09 Love vs. Law by Irene Ness

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Herald of Holiness - September 25, 1963

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Gideon B. (Gideon Brooks) Williamson
Homer Smith
Marlene Swaim
William C. Summers
Milo L. Arnold
A. C. Wiley
William L. McKee
Edward Lawlor
A small boy holding a man's hand and looking up at him out of frame.
Evangelism First 1960-1964; "A boy will seldom go wrong tied to a man going right" --LeRoy Haynes

02 “Thy Heart is Not Right” by General Superintendent Williamson

03 Valedictory! By Homer M. Smith

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