Revival & Restoration
Revival CultureIn this section we offer books about Revival, Restoration and cultural Reformation.
“We’re alive for one reason” the outpouring of the Spirit of God on everything He’s given our hands to touch ”family, city, my nation and the nations of the world. We’ve not been assigned to hang out until He returns ”we’ve been given a message and a power that completely revolutionizes life. Why would anyone want to get up in the morning and not shape the course of world history?” (Modern day revivalist Bill Johnson)
Finley Peter Dunne has been credited with writing the best description of a revivalist: “to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted.” A.W. Tozer was a revivalist of the last century. He wrote:
Our mistake is that we want God to send revival on our terms. We want to get the power of God into our hands, to call it to us that it may work for us in promoting and furthering our kind of Christianity. We want still to be in charge, guiding the chariot through the religious sky in the direction we want it to go, shouting “Glory to God,” it is true, but modestly accepting a share of the glory for ourselves in a nice inoffensive sort of way. We are calling on God to send fire on our altars, completely ignoring the fact that they are our altars and not God’s. And like the prophets of Baal we are working ourselves into a frenzy as if we could by violence command the arm of the Almighty.
Revival, by nature, is a “new beginning of obedience to the will and purposes of God by the people of God,” resulting in spiritual breakthrough and often cultural transformation.
Here you will find books on revival from the distant past all the way up to the present.
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