Reclaiming Revival : Calling A Generation To Contend For Historic Awakening
Every great revival begins with a groan.
Today, many Christians desperately cry out to God, pleading for Him to send spiritual awakening. But there is a realm of effective prayer that can tip the heavenly prayer bowls to release the historic revival we all desire.
Throughout church history, the great saints and revivalists knew that true revival begins with a groan of awakening from the heart of hungry believers!
Corey Russell, bestselling author and key ministry leader at Upper Room Dallas, joins with Billy Humphrey, director of International House of Prayer Atlanta to offer a timely book on spiritual preparation that releases revival.
These veteran prayer leaders, with a combined 40 years of intercession experience, offer powerful and practical strategies to:
*Receive a vision for revival that will dramatically shift your prayer life
*Discover the end-times connection between revival and Jesus’ return
*Live a Holy Spirit-saturated revival lifestyle that is not dependent on gatherings or events
*Be ruined for dead religion and ignite your heart with fresh zeal
*Discover historic and Biblical “revival zones” where demons, disease and principalities are confronted and destroyed by the presence of God
It’s time for a landscape-changing revival to erupt and prepare the way for Jesus’ return! Take your place as a forerunner revivalists! It all starts with a groan.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780768460902
Corey Russell | Billy Humphrey
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: December 2021
Publisher: Destiny Image
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