Great Sermon! Onde never tires of listening to the word being preached faithfully and of hearing first hand accounts of a real awakening, a movement of God is a wonder to behold.
My prayer (one of them) is for the Lord to use this time of pandemic to revive His church, bring back to Him all those whom have backslid. That His church would be revived, and in His Mercy and Grace, cause a world wide awakening, it seems to me at any rate, time is running out for the lost.
We are ever so near I believe to the return of our Saviour; then it will be too late for all those millions of lost souls.
PLEASE PRAY FOR A CHURCH REVIVAL AND AN AWAKENING OF THE LOST.
from New Jersey, USA
Great Sermon! I never tire of reading and hearing about real revival...not a man made presentation with a choir, worship band, power points, and a group of ministers who have to use crowd psychology, and charisma to psychologically convince people to come to the altar. Imagine what would happen if we all took this to heart, instead of just saying Great Sermon! Does not the Lamb who was slain deserve the full reward of his suffering? If 4-10 prayer intercessors from each county could commit to this prayer twice a week...to pray until God came down, imagine what would happen? We wouldn't need to hand out tracts, knock on doors, have the goats fill out questionnaires to find ways to bribe them into church. They would be rushing the church as if their lives depend on it, as it in fact does. Let's all try to do whatever we can do to pray for God to step down. It is one thing that we can all do, my brothers and sisters.
Powerful sermon I found it refreshing there was no mention of God 'loving' these penitent sinners, no mention of repeating a 'sinner's prayer', or making a decision. Here's what happened when God moves through Spirit-empowered preaching of God's truth-'So we went down the passage and she gently opened the door and there is the farmer on his knees and again he kept repeating, ‚ÄúGod, can you have mercy on me? Can you have mercy on me? I seem to feel that hell is too good for me.‚ÄĚ .... When I went into the pulpit I found a young woman, a graduate of Aberdeen University who was at the dance and now she is lying on the floor of the pulpit crying, ‚ÄúIs there mercy for me? Is there mercy for me? Is there mercy for me?‚ÄĚ...brokenness and cries for mercy are the TRUE SIGNS that God is moving, He is working to save sinners. This is an amazing message that makes today's 'evangelists' and 'preachers' look like pansies, using carnal means to 'save', passing out 'tracts' instead of compelling sinners by mouth, and leaving God completely out of the equation by putting the means of being 'saved' upon the sinner's 'free will'. America is a dry and barren land indeed, many self-appointed preachers and evangelists will answer for their carnal ways and fleshly method of preaching!
Jay Chad Greenfield (10/22/2017)
from Fremont, NE
Awesome! This gentleman did an amazing job here. The power of the Holy Ghost was with him. This is what the world needs right now. I agree with everyone that says Lord please make this happen!
Great Sermon! I was very arrested by his prayer reminding god of his promise to pour water on his thirst to see the power of god in the community. Pretty amazing testimony.
Mark Combs (10/28/2014)
Great Sermon! Truely a message needed for today's worldly, man centered churches. May we get back to Biblical Christianity!
from Beragh, Co Tyrone
Great Sermon! May we all be stirred to apply the principles of how this came about - by continuous faithful prayer and plead with the Lord to 'Revive Us Again', and that we may see the mighty movings of our God once more.
Wonderfuly Convicting ! We are going on a second generation of those who have never even heard of things like this, much less that have experienced that wonderful power of God that brings the spirit of prayer and holiness.
Lord, raise up those who will learn from these revivals, and cry out to God for it again.
Brian Sondergaard (6/14/2010)
from Illinois, USA
Great Sermon! Oh, that thou wouldest rend the heavens and come down. Oh Lord, send a revival.
Florin Motiu (3/31/2008)
from Oradea, Romania
Preaching in Oradea about the Revival on Lewis. I listened to the 3 messages on the revival on Lewis and I wrote down notes (the transcription was really useful for names and places...). And I presented these things in a sermon preached on March 2nd, 2008, at the Golgotha Baptist Church in Oradea. It was a blessing! People came to me at the end of the meeting thanking me for the message. I am thankful to God for this and to you for letting me know about this blessed event, through your site!
from New Mexico, USA
I am Thirsty Lord ...Come to us Do not pass us By. I've been praying for this very thing to happen here, it encourages my heart to see so many of you also longing for a move of God...Let us pray for it together...
Florin Motiu (2/19/2008)
from Oradea, Romania
God working with power. I never heard before about a work of God like this. It blessed my heart and filled with longing after the same blessing!
Fantastic Sermon! a fantastic account of the spitual movement of God in scotland,A man how spent much time alone with God.
Fantastic testimony of revival! Amazing, we serve an amazing God!
peter c robins - revival fire (2/8/2006)
from south wales
Great Sermon! wonderful teaching that puts into correct perspective the principles of revival, revival has pre- conditions are these are prayer and repentance, and on going revival is attained by knowing the value of dependance on God.
Great Sermon! Truely divine, how we need God to do this again in our day
A Muir (4/14/2005)
The most moving revival account I have heard What a great sermon. Its a shame that it skips a lot though. It may be worth it to re-record the audio track.
Greg Gordon (9/26/2002)
from Toronto, Canada
True Revival This message has stirred me time and time again. May we all seek a true revival from God.
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