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ArticleDissatisfaction -The Forerunner Of Revival
      God has set a limit upon the defection of His Church; when the night is at its darkest the dawn is on the way. The inner history of revivals is characterized by a profound sense of dissatisfaction awaking in many hearts. A period of gloom sets in, a weariness and exhaustion invade the heart, the pleasures of the world no longer satisfy. Sick in sou
ArticleJohn Knox and the Revival in Scotland
      At the beginning of the sixteenth century, Scotland was one of the poorest countries in Europe. The towns were few, thinly populated, and wretchedly built, while the people were sunk in degrading poverty and the grossest ignorance. The feudal system, which elsewhere had broken down because of population growth, was still supreme. The country was co
ArticleRevival Means Humiliation
      To the church a revival means humiliation, a bitter knowledge of failure, and an open and humiliating confession of sin on the part of her ministers and people. It is not the easy and glowing thing many think it to be, who imagine that it fills the empty pews, and reinstates the Church in power and authority. IT COMES TO SCORCH BEFORE IT HEALS; it
The Laws of Revival - Table of Contents
      In Christian history, no phenomenon is more clear than the recurrence of revivals. At times, a passion for repentance sweeps across specific geographical areas. Many people who had been unaware of the supernatural become keenly aware of it. They are stopped during their jobs as their minds are gripped by a terror of wrongdoing and a fear of coming

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