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Donald Gee (1891-1966) came to the Pentecostal experience in the early days of the twentieth century outpouring in England. He was a pastor, conference speaker, Bible college president, prolific writer, and editor. He also was one of a small group of men who established the Assemblies of God in Great Britain and Ireland in 1924. Gee wrote more than thirty books, including the Pentecostal classics Concerning Spiritual Gifts and The Fruit of the Spirit, which helped the fledgling Pentecostal Movement throughout the world.
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