Revival in the simplest terms means…improvement in the condition or strength of something, recovery, rally or a turn for the better.  In the Christian context it can mean…to live again, to receive again a life which has almost expired, or to rekindle the flame. Revival is for the church of believers and one well known Pastor suggests that the reason we do not have revival in America is the fact that most Christians are content with the current conditions within the church.  Most Christians in America are keenly aware of the scripture related to prayer,  2 Chronicles 7:14, yet revival, for the most part, is missing throughout the churches in North American.

Please join us in praying for Revival

Below are three areas to consider when thinking about revival. Also, we have posted articles related to revival and we welcome other articles for consideration for the website. See contact information.

— Restlessness and Dissatisfaction – with current status of our churches – break up fallow       ground of our hearts resulting in a burden for the lost

— Number Two – Deep repentance and agonizing prayer

— Pursuit for personal holiness – clean hands and pure heart before God.

When the above takes place within a congregation, whether with just a few or large portion, Holy Ghost conviction will begin falling over the congregation resulting in a deepening burden for the lost. And when there’s a deep burden for the lost, God will honor the prayers of His people and will send revival.  That is the reason God sends revival, so that lost souls are swept into His Kingdom on earth.

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
2 Chronicles 7:14

Articles On Revival:

Revival In America True Revival
Revivalist – David Brainerd Why Did the FIRE FALL in 1857
Two Old Women & Mighty Revival  Revival of Holiness

                                 Revival – Robin Mark

One Response to Revival

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *