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Revival is the only way to save America.



Christian Revival: The Only Way to Save America

Here is the fact: No politician will save America. America is too far gone. We are in debt to the tune of 32 Trillion dollars, our culture is trashy. We are as divided as we ever have been since the Civil War. We have divided into tribes that war with one another. We have a clash of worldviews. Ultimately, the problem is that we have turned away from God. Without revival, it doesn’t matter who gets elected next.

America has always been known as a land of great opportunity and freedom, a nation that was founded on the principles of Christian faith. However, in recent times, America has been facing significant challenges that threaten its very existence. From rampant materialism and consumerism to moral decay and social fragmentation, America is in dire need of spiritual transformation. In light of these challenges, I believe that revival is the only way to save America.

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Revival is a spiritual awakening that occurs when people turn away from their sins and turn towards God. It is a time when the Holy Spirit moves powerfully in the hearts of individuals, churches, and communities, bringing about a renewed passion for God, a hunger for His Word, and a desire for personal and social transformation. Revival is not a one-time event, but a continuous process that involves ongoing repentance, prayer, and obedience to God’s Word.

The Need for Revival in America

America is facing a host of problems that can only be solved through revival. The materialistic culture that pervades American society has resulted in a breakdown of the family structure, an increase in divorce rates, and a rise in substance abuse and addiction. The entertainment industry, which promotes immorality and violence, has desensitized people to sin and undermined the moral fabric of society. Additionally, the widespread availability of pornography has led to the objectification and degradation of women, and the legalization of abortion has resulted in the loss of millions of innocent lives.

The church in America has also been affected by these cultural trends, with many churches becoming complacent, apathetic, and ineffective in their mission. Many Christians have abandoned the truth of God’s Word, embracing a watered-down version of Christianity that accommodates the culture’s values. Consequently, the church has lost its influence on society, and many people have become disillusioned with Christianity.

In light of these challenges, many Christian leaders are calling for revival in America. They believe that only a spiritual awakening can bring about the transformation that is needed to save America. One of the most famous quotes about revival comes from the theologian and pastor AW Tozer, who said, “A revival is not a special event, it is a prevailing condition.” This quote captures the essence of revival, which is a continuous state of spiritual awakening that involves ongoing repentance, prayer, and obedience to God’s Word.

Leonard Ravenhill, another famous preacher and writer on revival, also emphasized the need for revival in America. He said, “An unrevived church, like unrevived personal life, may continue to function, but it cannot rise to its former glory. We cannot compromise with God. We cannot draw near to Him with unclean hearts. Only repentance and obedience can bring us back to Him. The revival we need today is not just a change in methodology or strategy, but a change in our hearts and priorities. Let us pray that God will revive us again.”

In essence, Ravenhill is pointing out that Christian revival is not merely a superficial or external change. It is not just about implementing new programs or strategies within the church, but rather a deep transformation of the heart and a return to obedience to God’s will. This kind of revival requires humility, repentance, and a genuine desire to seek God’s face. And when it comes, it brings about a renewed passion for Christ and a greater sense of purpose and joy in serving Him.

I believe that Christian revival is the only way to save America. Our country is facing many problems, such as a decline in moral values, social unrest, and political polarization. These issues are deeply rooted in the spiritual condition of our nation, and only a spiritual awakening can bring true change.

AW Tozer, a renowned Christian theologian, once said, “A revival is not a special event but a divine intervention.” This statement captures the essence of what Christian revival is all about. It is not a human effort, but a work of God that brings about a renewed sense of spiritual fervor and commitment to Christ.

Leonard Ravenhill, another influential Christian preacher, believed that revival was necessary for the church to fulfill its mission in the world. He once said, “The church that is man-managed instead of God-governed is doomed to failure.” Ravenhill believed that revival was the key to unlocking the power of the church and enabling it to fulfill its God-given mission.

The Bible also speaks of revival and its importance in the life of the nation. In 2 Chronicles 7:14, God says, “If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” This verse shows us that revival is not just about personal spiritual renewal, but it also has national implications. Revival can bring about healing and restoration to our land.

America is facing many problems that can only be solved through revival. One of the biggest issues we are facing is a decline in moral values. Our society has become increasingly secular and materialistic, and this has led to a breakdown of traditional values such as marriage, family, and respect for authority.

However, Christian revival can bring about a renewed sense of moral values and a commitment to Biblical principles. Revival can remind us that we are accountable to God for our actions and that there are eternal consequences to our choices. As AW Tozer said, “The church needs a revival of moral discernment in order to be able to distinguish between good and evil.”

Another problem facing America is social unrest. We are living in a time of great division and polarization. There is a growing sense of anger and resentment between different groups in our society, and this has led to violence and chaos in our streets.

However, Christian revival can bring about a renewed sense of unity and reconciliation. Revival can remind us that we are all made in the image of God and that we are called to love and serve one another. As Leonard Ravenhill said, “Revival is when God gets so sick and tired of being misrepresented that He shows up Himself.” When God shows up in our midst, we will be filled with a sense of awe and wonder that will break down the walls of division and bring us together in Christ.

Finally, political polarization is another problem facing America. Our political system has become increasingly divided, and there is a growing sense of cynicism and distrust towards our elected officials. This has led to a lack of progress on important issues such as healthcare, immigration, and the environment.

However, Christian revival can bring about a renewed sense of political engagement and a commitment to the common good. Revival can remind us that we are called to be salt and light in the world and that we have a responsibility to work for justice and peace. As AW Tozer said, “Revival means a community aflame with God, a neighborhood where men and women are glad to dwell because there is nothing they love so much as God.”

Christian revival is the only way to save America. We are facing many problems that can only be solved through a renewed sense of spiritual fervor and commitment to Christ.

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This is What Makes Jesus Cry

As he approached Jerusalem and saw the city, he wept over it.



“As he approached Jerusalem and saw the city, he wept over it.” Luke 19:41

I’ve always been fascinated by the fact that Jesus cried on the number of occasions. Particularly this instance, where he wept, when seeing the city of Jerusalem. What was Jesus crying about? In fact, he wasn’t just crying, the Greek word for “wept” in this passage, literally means to well allowed as opposed to the use of the word wept in another passage, that means to “cry quietly.” So Jesus was wailing over the city. But why?

Verse 44 gives us the answer, speaking to the Israelites: “because you did not recognize the time of God’s coming to you.”

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And therein is the answer. Jesus just wants His people to recognize Him, to come to Him, to receive Him, to give their lives to Him, and to accept the salvation that He brings.

I imagine that Jesus feels the same way today. Jesus is waiting for our world to receive Him. Life would be so much better for everyone if they simply gave their lives to the Lord. Yet in our rebelliousness, we continue to lead our own lives in the way that we want. Proverbs 14:12 says, “There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death.”

We think that we will be set free yet what we find is bondage.

Free sex! Yet it results in bondage.
Get drunk! Bondage.
Take advantage of others! Bondage.

And on and on.

Proverbs 14:12 warns us that there is a way that seems right to a person, but its end is the way to death. In our modern world, we are bombarded with various ways and ideologies that promise happiness, success, and fulfillment. However, many of these ways lead to death, both literally and figuratively.

One way that leads to death is the pursuit of wealth and material possessions. Our society places a high value on money and material goods, and many people believe that accumulating wealth will bring them happiness and security. However, the Bible tells us that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil (1 Timothy 6:10), and that we cannot serve both God and money (Matthew 6:24). When we prioritize wealth over God and others, we become selfish and greedy, and this can lead to broken relationships and a sense of emptiness and dissatisfaction.

Another way that leads to death is the pursuit of pleasure and instant gratification. Our culture encourages us to seek pleasure in various forms, whether it be through substance abuse, sexual promiscuity, or other vices. However, these pursuits often lead to addiction, brokenness, and ultimately, physical and spiritual death. As the Bible warns us, “the wages of sin is death” (Romans 6:23).

In contrast to the ways of the world, the Bible offers us a different way of life that leads to true and lasting fulfillment. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6). When we surrender our lives to Jesus and follow His teachings, we discover a way of life that is marked by love, joy, peace, and eternal life. Let us choose the narrow path that leads to life, rather than the wide path that leads to destruction (Matthew 7:13-14).

Back to Luke 19:41, where we see Jesus weeping over the city of Jerusalem. He knew that the city would reject him and suffer destruction. Jesus’ tears were a reflection of his deep love and compassion for the people, despite their rejection of him.

Likewise, we live in a world that is broken and hurting. We see the effects of sin all around us, including poverty, injustice, violence, and sickness. It can be easy to become overwhelmed or even desensitized to the pain and suffering in our world. However, we are called to have compassion on the world around us, just as Jesus did.

Compassion means to suffer with or empathize with those who are hurting. When we have compassion, we are moved to action. We seek to alleviate the suffering of others and bring hope and healing to those who are in need. We can do this by serving those who are less fortunate, advocating for justice, and sharing the love of Jesus with those who are lost.

However, true compassion requires more than just a one-time act of service or charity. It requires a lifestyle of love and sacrifice. It means being willing to inconvenience ourselves for the sake of others and to stand up for what is right, even when it is not popular.

As we seek to have compassion on the world around us, we can take comfort in knowing that we are not alone. Jesus himself is with us, weeping over the brokenness of our world and inviting us to join him in bringing healing and hope to all those who are hurting.

Ultimately the goal is salvation for the world. In fact, that is what produces joy in the heart of the Lord. There is no weeping when a sinner repents.

In Luke 15:7, Jesus says, “I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.” This passage reveals God’s heart for the lost and His joy when sinners turn to him in repentance.

God is not indifferent or angry towards sinners; rather, He longs for them to come back to Him. When we turn away from sin and towards God, we experience His forgiveness, love, and grace. And when we do, God rejoices over us, just as a shepherd rejoices over a lost sheep that is found.

This passage reminds us that no matter how far we may have strayed from God, there is always hope for restoration and reconciliation. We can never be too far gone for God’s love and grace to reach us. When we turn to God in repentance, we are welcomed with open arms and celebrated by heaven.

Let us take heart in the fact that God rejoices over sinners who repent. Let us be people who are quick to repent and seek God’s forgiveness, knowing that He is always ready and willing to receive us back into his loving embrace.

And let our message to the world be that God loves them and that His plan is a good one for their lives!

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BIBLE: Will America Be Significant in the End Times?

Many believe that the United States will not play a significant role in the end times.



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As Christians, we believe in the second coming of Jesus Christ and the end of the world. Throughout history, people have pointed to various signs that they believe indicate that the end times are upon us. In this article, we will explore some of the biblical signs that suggest we are living in the end times, as well as address the question of why America is not a significant player in the world during this time.

Increase in natural disasters such as earthquakes, famines, and pestilences. In Luke 21:11, Jesus said, “There will be great earthquakes, famines, and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven.” Today, we can see an increase in natural disasters, including hurricanes, floods, wildfires, and earthquakes, which are happening more frequently and with greater intensity.

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The increase in wars and conflicts. In Matthew 24:6, Jesus warned that “you will hear of wars and rumors of wars.” We have seen this prophecy fulfilled in our lifetime, with numerous conflicts around the world, including in Syria, Yemen, and Afghanistan. These conflicts have resulted in the displacement of millions of people, as well as the loss of countless lives.

The rise of false prophets and the increase in lawlessness. In Matthew 24:11-12, Jesus said, “Many false prophets will appear and deceive many people. Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold.” Today, we see an increase in false teachings, cults, and religious movements that contradict the teachings of the Bible. Additionally, there is a rise in lawlessness, with increasing crime rates and civil unrest in many parts of the world.

The increase in persecution of Christians. In Matthew 24:9, Jesus said, “Then you will be handed over to be persecuted and put to death, and you will be hated by all nations because of me.” Today, we see an increase in persecution of Christians in many parts of the world, with Christians facing discrimination, imprisonment, and even death for their faith.

The moral decline of society is another sign of the end times. In 2 Timothy 3:1-5, Paul describes the state of society in the last days: “But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, revilers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, malicious gossips, without self-control, brutal, haters of good, treacherous, reckless, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, holding to a form of godliness, although they have denied its power; Avoid such men as these.”

The rebirth of Israel. In Matthew 24:32-33, Jesus said, “Now learn this lesson from the fig tree: As soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near. Even so, when you see all these things, you know that it is near, right at the door.” The fig tree is often used in the Bible as a symbol for Israel, and the rebirth of Israel as a nation in 1948 is a significant sign of the end times.

What about America?

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Many pastors and theologians believe that America will not play a significant role in the end times. They base this belief on several Scriptures, including Revelation 13, which describes a future world government, the Beast, and a world leader, the Antichrist, who will rule over it. Many theologians believe that this world government will not be centered in the United States.

In addition to Scriptural evidence, many famous preachers, teachers, and authors have also expressed this viewpoint. For example, John F. Walvoord, a prominent theologian, wrote in his book, “The Revelation of Jesus Christ,” that the United States is not mentioned in the Scriptures and therefore may not play a significant role in the end times.

Likewise, pastor and author David Jeremiah, in his book “Escape the Coming Night,” wrote that the United States “may not be a significant player on the world scene” during the end times.

Even Billy Graham, in a sermon he delivered in 1958, said, “I believe that one of the signs of the times is that the United States will begin to move into a position where we will not be a major factor in world affairs.”

Despite this, some theologians believe that the United States could still play a role in the end times, albeit not as a dominant power. For example, Hal Lindsey, author of “The Late Great Planet Earth,” believes that the United States will decline in power and influence but may still play a role in supporting Israel during the end times.

In summary, many pastors and theologians believe that the United States will not play a significant role in the end times. While some hold out the possibility that the United States may still play a supporting role, the consensus is that it will not be the dominant world power during this time.

So, what do you think?

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