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When we speak of praying for revival, what are we really praying for? This question can be answered in two ways. First, we are asking for God to a do fresh new work in ours and other believers’ lives. Over time we can become cold to the things of God. We find ourselves serving God and attending church more out of routine than love for God, or a desire for Him to reveal Himself in a fresh new way. We may also find that we have drifted away from God, no longer making Him a priority in our life. This should lead us to seek God’s forgiveness and His guidance for our priorities. Secondly, when we pray for revival, we are asking God to touch the lives of those who do not have a personal relationship with Him, that they may experience His forgiveness and salvation for themselves.

As you pray for revival, ask the Holy Spirit to search your heart and reveal areas that you may have grown cold toward God in. The areas where you have allowed the world’s values to take priority over God. Ask God to reveal Himself in a fresh new way to you. Then, begin to pray for those you know who are not involved in a local church, or who are not Christians. Ask God to reveal Himself to them so that they may experience the wonderful gift of salvation. Ezekiel 36:26 says, “I give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will remove your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.” Leslie Strobel prayed this verse for her husband, Lee, when he was a strong atheist. Through time and his search into Christ claims, Lee became a Christian and his heart was changed indeed. True revival came for Lee through the Holy Spirit, and he would go on to write the eye-opening book, “A Case for Christ.”

United In Christ Love,

Pastor Randy

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