The first two Great Awakenings came around times of hardship.
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Is anyone else besides me fed up with all the fear, doubt and hostility?
"We wanted not only visitations, but we wanted the habitation of the presence of God on an ongoing basis."
Instead of anger and political rhetoric, this movement was characterized by passionate faith and love.
God indeed is bringing us through some hard times.
"We're getting bombarded with calls from people all across the country from Texas to even New York ... people are hungry for God."
"The enemy hates revival. Can I just say that again? The enemy hates revival."
People are coming to Christ, but you wouldn't know it unless reported by Christian outlets.
Civil unrest and violence throughout our nation are not revealing the potential of peace, prosperity and purpose.
God desires to send revival even more than we want.
Ignorance is no excuse.
Our world needs a church that refuses to live on the sidelines of apathy and compromise.
Humanity loves a conspiracy—ever since the Garden of Eden.
Our view of God is not merely philosophical. It is the reality from which we choose to live.
This world pause was truly an opportunity for us to "selah"—pause, listen, reset and redirect.
When you hear His call, it's futile to run away from Him.
While many demonic spirits operate through the occult and witchcraft, this one works boldly and daringly in the church on a daily basis.
If we're seriously looking for reconciliation and unity, we can find it there.
If we're not careful, what happened to Israel in Elisha's day could happen to the United States of America today.
We can bring healing in the midst of a world of turmoil that can never be fixed by the institutions of men.