“Speaking In Tongues, Sign and Gift,” by former Bethel Temple missionary to Indonesia, Pastor and Bible Teacher W. W. Patterson, explains the differences between the sign of speaking in tongues as the initial evidence of being filled with the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit’s gift of tongues as mentioned by the Apostle Paul in his first letter to the Corinthians. Download the PDF by clicking here: Speaking in Tongues – Sign and Gift (PDF download). Also available in Japanese PDF by clicking here:「異言を語ること」W. W. パターソン
Studies on The TABERNACLE by W. W. Patterson were compiled in 1975 from studies Brother Patterson taught for over forty years. The study notes were published to present the plan and purpose of God as revealed in one of His Son’s names ⏤ Immanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us. Download the PDF by clicking here: The TABERNACLE (PDF download)
GREAT THEMES is a collection of Bible themes by W. W. Patterson that were taught in Bible schools in Indonesia and Seattle’s old Bethel Temple. The studies span a period of more than 40 years of his ministry as one of Bethel Temple’s missionaries, pastors and Bible teachers. This volume has been provided by former Bethel Temple missionary-teacher to Indonesia Bob Brodland.
Since the 114-page pdf file is rather large, it will take a moment or two to download. The file can also be printed on your personal computer’s printer. Download the PDF by clicking here: GREAT THEMES (PDF download)
Study Notes on THE HOLY SPIRIT is a 29-page study that was taught by W. W. Patterson in the (old) Bethel Temple Bible School. Brother Patterson’s study details the person of the Holy Spirit, as well as answers many questions the believer may have about Him. The file can be downloaded here by clicking: Study Notes on THE HOLY SPIRIT (PDF download)
Study notes of five of the Pauline Epistles by W. W. Patterson have been made available to the Bethel Book Room. These study notes were used by Brother Patterson in old Bethel Temple’s Bible School.
The studies can be downloaded here by clicking on the appropriate highlighted link.