We're facing a window of time right now where we must see revival.
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Miracles and salvation are wonderful gifts. But don't let them distract you from the most important thing.
"I was shocked."
A dangerous ideology has crept into the church. We must get rid of it if we want revival.
Too many leaders remain locked in this restricting mindset.
Dear friend, these are not words from an offended Lord, but from a wounded lover!
Is this emotional hype or a genuine possibility? After all, Jesus did tell us that the "harvest is the end of the age" (Matt. 13:39, NIV).
History is repeating itself as we see the same system playing out in our society today.
"The Lord told me that there is a depth of prayer and intercession in the Spirit that will be lost unless we who are experienced in prayer somehow get those truths over to this present generation of believers."
Consider Isaiah 40:29-31.
Rick Joyner, Lou Engle, Daniel Kolenda, Randy Clark and more all united for this historic event.
I believe there is no great movement of God that has ever occurred that does not first begin without the extraordinary prayer of God's people. Prayer is never inaction. It is our greatest action.
Since then, Deeper Fellowship has never been the same again. McDowell has personally witnessed more than 200 miracles of physical healing.
The prayer meeting became the famous Azusa Street Revival, and from this humble location, the message of Pentecost was spread around the world.
May we arise from the moral decay of our society and raise a standard among the masses.
I could share story after story of shocking and bizarre and absolutely critical encounters in the invisible realm we've had over the years. We must learn how to see in the Spirit. What is happening? How should we contend in prayer?
Speakers include Randy Clark, Lou Engle, Heidi Baker, Rick Joyner and John Arnott.
Israel's acceptance leads to "life from the dead."
The evangelical movement proved unable to translate strong social conservatism into a win.
I think there are many mildly hungry yet cautious Christians out there in the middle who are intrigued by the "freaky stuff" but, then again, are tired of the ridiculous manifestations in many churches that aren't Spirit-driven at all.