“For a great door and effectual is opened unto me, and there are many adversaries.” -I Corinthians 16:9 The apostle Paul found an opportunity to preach the Gospel. It was something that he could not pass up. Something had happened and he could not let this get away from him. He knew that the time for action was now and that it may … Continue reading A great door and many adversaries.
In the spring of 1993 my family was on the way home from a revival week that had ended on Sunday night. I remember laying down in the seat as we neared home I remember my thoughts vividly. I remember thinking that I wanted a voice like my grandfather when he preached. It could fill the room without any amplification. I then felt a difference … Continue reading Revival Thoughts – Number 5
“Run now, I pray thee, to meet her, and say unto her, Is it well with thee? is it well with thy husband? is it well with the child? and she answered, It is well.” – 2 Kings 4:26 If you look at this woman’s situation you know that all is not well. Her son had taken upon a sudden sickness and died … Continue reading Revival Thoughts – Number 4
“She hath done what she could.” (Mark 14:8a KJV) Powerful thought that Jesus raises when a woman anoints His feet with precious ointment. The disciples were mad because they saw how much good could have been done but Jesus shares that what she did was the best for that season of life they were in. Jesus was about to be crucified and … Continue reading Revival Thoughts – Number 3
“I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord.” – Psalms 122:1 In this second installment of my thoughts from revival I want to write about church attendance. Not just going and sitting in a pew, singing a few songs, hearing a sermon, a going out the same way in. I am also not writing about the … Continue reading Revival Thoughts – Number 2