A little…but actually it’s the truth
Many people assume that revival starts in the hearts of unbelievers, yet when you think about it, a believer needs to burn with a passion for what God has called them to do, before anyone hears the name, Jesus.
I see it, as a person ”catching” a Holy fire and then running with it, so that the flames touch others, and therefore, it burns into those people’s hearts, and so forth.
Revival is not meant for one person. Generally, you can trace a fire back to its source, but revival is meant for THE Church.
God’s heart is for His church to catch the fire, so it spreads amongst the nations. One last great revival.
So what fuel do we use to get this going?
(Oh my goodness I used that word! ? – Yet, it’s the truth)
Even some Christian’s still do not like this word, which is why there’s still work to do in the hearts of God’s children because we have forgotten that it’s not about us.
True revival points everything towards Jesus. We need to worship the one true King because it’s all about Him. It’s all about worshipping God, praising Him, and giving thanks.
It’s about repenting of that hatred still in our heart.
Repenting of the unforgiveness.
Repenting of the idolisation of others.
Repenting of not loving everyone, as God loves us.
Repenting of anything that God can see, but we can’t…
Why has repenting become such a dirty word? It’s simply realigning our hearts, with God’s
God is calling us into a heart of repentance, because it brings us into the Light, and therefore, God’s true Presence once more…
…this is no longer a side glimpse, or standing on someone else’s shoulders to get a peek…this is being engulfed, drenched, and encompassed by His love that everything else fades into existence. This is as if we are surrounded by the Saints and Angels worshipping God, as His glory is revealed over, and over, and we are bowing down in reverence to it all
And let’s be honest – once we have tasted and seen that kind of revival, we will never abandon God again, because we will call on the name of Jesus, as this Holy Fire sweeps through THE Church and out into the very depths of the world
“Then we will never abandon you again. Revive us so we can call on your name once more.” Psalms? ?80:18?