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The Fire that Never Sleeps: Keys to Sustaining Personal Revival

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Get Revived . . . and Stay On Fire!
I had such a powerful experience with God. He touched my heart so deeply… and after that one encounter, I wanted to live for Jesus every day for the rest of my life.

Then life went back to normal.

Sound familiar?

Perhaps you’ve had an encounter with God that powerfully impacted your life – where sin, addiction, spiritual dryness o
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 16th 2015 by Destiny Image
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Ian
Apr 30, 2016 Ian rated it really liked it
This outstanding book provides both the background to the Brownsville revival that started in 1995 and an outline to how every believer can be experiencing revival in their own personal lives. Michael Brown is a scholar of revival and John Kilpatrick was one of the pastors intimately involved in Brownsville. They know what they're talking about having both experienced revival first hand but studied the history of revival throughout the last two hundred or so years incorporating insights from ...more
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Jul 01, 2015 Caleb Allen rated it it was amazing
A wonderful book on revival! I'd describe the book as truthful, heartfelt encouraging, powerful, firm, stirring, insightful and above all God honouring and Biblical.

It's a book I read in one day, because I could not put it down. I read it in Ebook format, but I liked it so much I think I'll have to buy a hard copy. If I wanted to try and explain Revival, this is the book that does it for me.

Well and truly got my $12 worth.
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This book challenges the lukewarm church of our day, those of us who've lost their first love. We need revival in this dark hour, and this book challenges us deeply. A must read for all believers who are tired of where their walk is, and who want more!
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“David had many life-changing encounters with God. His personal history is absolutely filled with incredible miracles and testimonies of the Lord’s mighty power. And yet this shepherd/king—the man after God’s own heart—did not wait around for another experience before He sought God. In his joy, in his pain, in his sorrow, and in his confusion, Scripture shows us a man who decided to set the Lord always before Him. In short, David was a man who said yes to God. Even when he fell into grievous sin, he said yes to God through repentance.” 0 likes
“A few things that revival is not: Revival is not a series of special meetings at church. Revival is not what a church does a few times a year to simply draw in new converts (although we celebrate true conversions when they take place). Revival is not about the unusual, physical manifestations that tend to happen when people are “touched by the Holy Spirit.” Great Christian author A. W. Tozer made this most relevant observation about praying for revival: “Have you noticed how much praying for revival has been going on of late—and how little revival has resulted? I believe the problem is that we have been trying to substitute praying for obeying, and it simply will not work.” 0 likes
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