Why Do Revival Showers Of Blessing Delay? By W. C. Moore
In Joel 2:1 we read, Blow the trumpet in Zion. It is we Christians who need to be aroused, and to be exhorted daily (Heb. 3:7-19; 4:1). It is we Christians who need to humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God (1 Peter 5:6). Can it be that revival t ... read more
Why Do We Become Quitters In Prayer? By Armin Gesswein
One thing is clear from Scripture: God loves to answer prayer. He works overtime to get us to believe that. Too often we believe Him to a point, and then quit. There is nothing which we start and quit more than prayer. Why do we do that: quit short of ... read more
Why Fasting Is Relevant For Today By Dave & Kim Butts
Perhaps no spiritual discipline today is as much misunderstood as fasting. Why to fast, how to fast, when to fast, how long to fast, what type of fast, SHOULD I fast
etc. In simplest terms, fasting means to abstain from food for a period of time for a ... read more
Why Neglect Of Prayer? By James Gilmour of Mongolia
My creed leads me to think that prayer is efficacious, and surely a day's asking God to overrule all events for good is not lost. Still there is a great feeling that when a man is praying he is doing nothing, and this feeling makes us give undue impor ... read more
Why Revival Tarries By Henry Blackaby
The following message was given at the Heart-Cry for Revival Conference, April 2004, at The Cove, Asheville, North Carolina U.S.A.
There has been a deep burden created by God on my heart and mind for some time, as to Gods perspective about the ... read more
Why Should We Be Holy? By Samuel Logan Brengle
We should be holy because God wants us to be holy. He commands it. He says, "As He which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation; because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy" (1 Peter 1:15-16). God is in earnest about t ... read more
Will God Send Revival To America Once Again? By Erwin Lutzer
The following is from a message given at the Heart-Cry for Revival Conference in April 2004 at The Cove, Asheville, North Carolina U.S.A.
Most Americans know there were three Great Awakenings in America, but they do not know the history of them an ... read more
Will Revival Come Through You? By Wesley L. Duewel
Revival always comes from God, but it also always comes through a person of God. God has chosen to make His kingdom and His glory to a certain extent dependent on you. If you do not experience continuous personal revival in your own heart, you will fail ... read more
Winning Children To Christ American Holiness Journal
It is no small matter to be responsible before God for bringing a little life into this world. Parents stand in the place of God before their children to a remarkable degree. God holds parents responsible for the training, discipline and control of their ... read more
With Eternity's Values In View By Lois J. Stucky
In a recent newsletter, Dr. Stephen Olford writes helpfully about the need for persistence in prayer. Dr. Olford is a man of God who has ministered effectively through many years in many countries of the world, as pastor, author and teacher. He senses, ... read more
With New Determination By Theodore M. Bamber
It is most strongly laid upon my heart that the months ahead will be critical months. I want in these months just ahead to lay hold of God in a very definite and persistent manner, in strong faith, that it is His time to work mightily. We must be submissi ... read more
Witness Bearers From Alliance Life - Feb 1, 1941
"When the Comforter is come...He shall testify of Me: and you also shall bear witness" (John 15:26,27).
The effusion of the Holy Spirit upon believers is a natural sequence of Calvary. The incarnation of the Second Person of the Trinity into huma ... read more
Witnessing While We Wait By W. E. B.
What shall be our occupation, as disciples of the Lord Jesus, while we watch and wait for Christs return? It is not enough that we have a personal experience of repentance, faith, forgiveness, adoption and sanctification. It is not enough that we study ... read more
Woman Of God: Elizabeth By Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Addressing the women at the "Heart Cry for Revival" Conference near Asheville, North Carolina, April 9-12, 2002, Nancy Leigh DeMoss began her message as follows:
"As women who have a burden for revival or who want to have a burden for revival, we ar ... read more
Words Of Omnipotent And Divine Authority By Donald Chipmay
If you are born of God, you were born to conquer. "For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith" (1 John 5:4).
"But how shall I resist Satan?" someone asks. The standard e ... read more
Worldwide The Need - Worldwide This Call! By Sarah Foulkes Moore
When Queen Esther and the Jews in captivity were in danger of being destroyed, they fasted and prayed. It was this threatened disaster that led them to such burdened, importunate prayer that they did neither eat nor drink for three days and ... read more
Worship From The Heart By Gary Bowell
Isaiah was proclaiming a message concerning true worship. In his day, as in any age, there were some who went through a form of worship, but they were not concerned about living godly lives. The form of worship then became more important than true worshi ... read more
Yielded To The Lordship Of Christ By Dr. Stephen F. Olford
The central message of the Bible is that "Jesus Christ is Lord." All of history moves to that moment, in God's timing, when every creature will declare that "Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father" (Phil. 2:11).
If we start with t ... read more
You Are Gods Field By F. F. Bosworth
Every moral being on earth has been bought with a price to be the Lords field in which His imperishable seed is to grow and be cultivated and produce its wonders. Christians are Gods farm --His husbandry--His field--His garden.
... read more
You Must Decide! By Charles Finney
Do you need a revival in your own soul, in your church, in your town? Aren't the circumstances such as to prove that you greatly need a revival? Do you want one? You may need it, yet not be urgent to have one. Are you willing to be awakened? Or, rathe ... read more
You Which Are Spiritual - Restore Revised from Carrie Judd Montgomery
It is necessary that we should know the difference between judging in the sense of condemningand discerning. If I judge another by a harsh spirit as though I were passing final judgment on them, I am wrong, and God will judge me. Discerning is differ ... read more
Zeal In Labor By Horatius Bonar
Go, labor on; spend and be spent,
Thy joy to do the Fathers will;
It is the way the Master went;
Should not the servant tread it still?
Go, labor on; tis not for naught;
Thine earthly loss is heavenly gain.
Men heed thee, love thee, praise thee ... read more
Zeal Faith Fervor! By Frances Ridley Havergal
The kings business required haste (1 Sam. 21:8). Yet there is no other business about which average Christians take it so easy. They must go their usual round, they must write their letters, they must pay off their visits and other social c ... read more
. . . Seek The Lord, Until He Come And Rain Righteousness . . . By W.C. Moore
What does the devil care about our prayers unless we pray until God answers?
Charles G. Finney wrote: I knew a father in the West who was a good man, but he had erroneous views respecting the prayer of faith, and his whole family were growing up and ... read more
Do As Thou Has Said By Charles H. Spurgeon
2 Samuel 7:25
Gods promises were never meant to be thrown aside as waste paper. He intended that they should be used. Gods gold is not misers money, but is minted to be traded with. Nothing pleases our Lord better than to see His promises put in cir ... read more
Only Acknowledge Thine Iniquity By E. E. Shelhamer
"Only acknowledge thine iniquity, that thou hast transgressed against the Lord
Turn, O backsliding children
and I will bring you to Zion" (Jer. 3:13-14).
Scripture commands, "Only acknowledge thine iniquity." Do not spread forth your hands in elo ... read more