I make no apology for the Bible I make no apology for the way people shout and praise God in these meetings. I make no apology for the loud noise of hundreds of people clapping their hands in praise People shout, sing, and dance in the Spirit in these meetings. I will not apologize for the way children of God who attend our meetings talk in tongues and prophesy I have no apology for God's Word I cannot apologize for what God declared we ought to be receiving and enjoying today Asa A. Allen was a controversial evangelist with a Pentecostal healing and deliverance ministry. He was associated with the "Voice of Healing" movement founded by Gordon Lindsay. Allen became one of the first to develop a national television ministry. His television programs frequently included excerpts from his "healing line" ministry.