by Ernest Easley

Lord...Open Up The Heavens!
Ernest Easley
The Urgency for Revival (Pt. II)
2 Corinthians 5.9-11
March 18, 2007

Now once again from 2 Corinthians 5 .. we're thinking about The Urgency for Revival! And I pray God that there is deep within you these days an urgency for revival! The kind of urgency that Jacob had when he wrestled all night with the Angel of the Lord.
Do you remember what Jacob said to that angel in Genesis 32.26? "I will not let You go unless You bless me!" Oh .. that we would have such an urgency for revival ... that we have such a hunger for a fresh touch from God .. that we would so long for the winds of revival to blow across our lives .. our church .. and every bible-believing church across our country that we would say, "Oh God ... I will not let You go unless You bless me."
And I thank God that we're seeing that blessing these days throughout our church. For example .. Carol Paschal .. the heart and soul of Cobb Street Ministries is reporting that there are now seven homeless people in her ministry now tithing to RSBC! You know revival has come when God gets hold of your wallet! And these are homeless people!
We're seeing more people join our fellowship by profession of faith and baptism than by transfer of letter! Thank God for the waters of baptism being stirred week after week.
Pastor Odilion with our Brazilian Fellowship reports that a 23 year old man in whom they had been praying for recently made a public decision for Christ saying that he now wants to be a faithful witness for Christ.
Andrew Fillingham our Middle School minister is reporting of God moving in a mighty way among our Middle Schoolers where God used a recent retreat to bring reconciliation among our students. Another sign of revival!
And these are just a few revival reports! And I pray that we'll have more and more of these revival reports to share with the church. And how I pray that God will give you and me a greater urgency for revival! ...

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