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“Nothing short of an outpouring of God’s Spirit will revitalize and empower an impotent and anemic church to display once again His glory to a lost world.”

~ Del Fehsenfeld Jr.

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“Revival brings back a holy shock to apathy and carelessness.”

 

“Revival brings back a holy shock to apathy and carelessness.”

 

“A true revival means nothing less than a revolution, casting out the spirit of worldliness and selfishness, and making God and His love triumph in the heart and life.”

 

“A true revival means nothing less than a revolution, casting out the spirit of worldliness and selfishness, and making God and His love triumph in the heart and life.”

 

“Revival is an extraordinary movement of the Holy Spirit producing extraordinary results.”

~ Richard Owen Roberts, Revival, 16-17.

“Revival is the manifestation of the glory, power, and blessing of the Son of God among His people.”

~ Stephen Olford

Stephen F. Olford

“There is a growing conviction everywhere, and especially among thoughtful people, that unless revival comes, other forces will take the field, that will sink us still deeper into the mire of humanism and materialism.”

~ Duncan Campbell

“You never have to advertise a fire. Everyone comes running when there’s a fire. Likewise, when your church is on fire, you will not have to advertise it. The community will already know it.” 

Leonard Ravenhill

“When Holy God draws near in true revival, people come under terrible conviction of sin. The outstanding feature of spiritual awakening has been the profound consciousness of the Presence and holiness of God.”

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