[b]SermonIndex.net Newsletter: "WHY IS THERE NO REVIVAL?"[/b]
I was reading recently in a book where Leonard Ravenhill was quoted as saying: "A divine intervention is our only hope." I believe that stands much more true in our day. We need revival! Revival is not just about us as Christians but rather it is about God. God's glory, God's character, God's testimony, God's purposes, God's honour! Revival is a time when God comes in the midst and builds a Name for Himself when people are mocking and saying "Where is thy God?" Our plans, organisations, and best endeavours for God will not suffice in these desperate days. We need desperate prayer and a desperate desire to see the Glory of God in our midst so that we can be revived to be the people of God in power and in the sufficiency of a omnipotent God. Vindicate thy Name, O Lord! Amen.
God has opened doors for 2 conferences this year in Lilburn, GA, USA and in Greenock, Scotland! The vision for the conferences is: Will God send another great awakening? Can revival still change nations? There are over 10,000 conferences that happen every year. The 'Revival Conference' is not to be just another conference but a honest, sincere, earnest plea for the desperate need of revival. There is no cost to attend the event. No materials will be sold. There will be no big bands. The conference will have the chief object to be God-glorifying. The speakers will come on their own accord trusting God for provision. There will be no emphasis on money during the event. The event will be a simple, apostolic, yearning for a genuine biblical revival in our day. The conference is hosted by the ministry of sermonindex.net and is a inter-denominational event.
For more information about the conferences visit here: http://www.revivalconference.com
PRE-REGISTER BELOW TODAY "NO CHARGE TO ATTEND"
October 21-23rd, 2008
Lilburn (Atlanta suburb), Georgia,
November 25-27th, 2008
Read the full message here: http://www.injesus.com/index.php?module=message&task=view&MID=CB007EEZ&GroupID=5B007820
SI Moderator - Greg Gordon