Stop talking about Revival!
Really? Who sent you?
So you think I should not speak too much about revival? Boy, only someone who has not been there can come up with such advice.
I have seen it. I have seen the faces of many hundreds and thousands changed, their lives turned around in a moment when the voice of Jesus resounded inside the cave of defeat and death where they were trapped.
I have seen individuals transformed; I have seen families restored; I have seen cities changed; I have see the Church bringing true life to a world in need; and it was all in the name of Jesus.
And you expect me not to speak about revival? To keep the supernatural power of God hid between the pages of the Bible without releasing it? To tell the Holy Spirit to refrain Himself from touching lives because the culture will not permit it?
When someone told me that “these things” work in other places, in other latitudes, in other realities, but should not be expected here, my heart was pounding so hard that I felt I needed to pound his nose.
I have seen it elsewhere, and I want it here. In America. In Washington State, In the Puget Sound. In Kitsap County. In Silverdale.
What will it take? Simple. Read the “concepts” those advices given to me involve, take a good look at them, and then . . . drop them! One by one. Drop them all. Empty yourself of that which hinders.
Revival is at the gate. It is already making noise. The question is not if revival is gonna happen; No, the question is are you going to be in it?
As for me, I will keep dreaming it, speaking it, envisioning it, tasting it in anticipation; and when it happens I will be there, right in the middle of it.
Jos 24:15 “. . . as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.”
J. Conrad Lampan