In order to make this shift, we must bring some definition to the existing church.
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After the appointment of the country's first Pentecostal prime minister, what is the Holy Spirit doing in the land Down Under?
Over the course of five years, an estimated 4 million people attended the revival meetings at Brownsville Assembly of God in Pensacola, led by Brownsville pastor Kilpatrick.
God is shaking and transforming His church. Are you ready?
I heard the Lord say, "I am opening the door to Pentecost in this city."
"We have over a billion Christians on this planet. What would happen if everybody shares his faith?"
"Our hope is that through prayer, the broken would be healed, the poor would be helped, the depressed would have joy and the people of our nation would know how much they are loved by God. Big things happen when we pray!"
My spirit is excited!
Community-shifting transformation won't be accomplished by scheduled revivals or frenzied church meetings.
This strategy in fulfillment of Isaiah 62:6-7 and Romans 11 will mobilize the body of Messiah/Christ through prayer and a lifestyle of love.
Holy Spirit needs a few things from today's church before Christ returns.
Don't be deceived. Satan can make inroads into Spirit-filled gatherings.
They have called for a gathering to usher it in.
I hear the Holy Spirit saying, "We must not squander this opportunity."
Secularized education has rendered Christian thought and biblical wisdom obsolete. What do we do?
Another Great Awakening could be at hand, but it is anything but guaranteed.
But it requires getting rid of this false gospel many American Christians cling to.
Unsaved Americans have crowned celebrity ministers as our spokesmen peddle this modern-day Gnosticism without a conscience. It's gospel lite: Less filling, tastes great.
Evangelist Velmer Bessey calls the Canadian revival a "very deep move of the Spirit."
This young revivalist united a fractured Zimbabwe with a simple gospel.