Pentecostal: Prevenient grace - Through His work on the cross, God poured out grace on all of creation so that we would be empowered by that grace to accept Jesus as our Savior.
Catholic and Lutheran: Sacramental grace - God instituted His Church on earth to administer grace via the Word and the sacraments. No means of salvation has been revealed to us apart from Baptism and preaching of God's Word, which together work salvation in the recipient.
Pentecostal: Sanctification - Subsequent to salvation, God works in the believer through a second work of grace called the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, to empower us with gifts for serving God and living a holy life.
Catholic and Lutheran: Reconciliation and Communion - God instituted these sacraments for the forgiveness of our sins and to give us the life of Jesus in place of our dead sinful selves.
Pentecostal: "Church service" means us serving God by our praise and worship.
Catholic and Lutheran: "Church service" means God serving us through Word and Sacrament.
Pentecostal: Prophetic authority - We may normally expect God to still work through the gift of prophecy today, under ordinary circumstances, to reveal His truth to the Church. Reputable Pentecostal churches claim to always test prophecy against the Bible, but some extreme churches have abandoned any pretense of this.
Lutheran: Biblical authority - The Bible is the sole final authority on all matters pertaining to our salvation and our understanding of God. The historical traditions of the Church inform our understanding of what the Bible means.
Catholic: Institutional authority - The Magisterium of the Catholic Church, together with the Bible and Tradition, hold equal authority in all matters of doctrine.