by David Cook

How to Pray for Revival in Your Church
David Cook
Acts 1:9-1:14

The Church of Jesus Christ is in need of revival. The fastest growing religion in our country is Islam. God’s Word and prayer are no longer desired in schools and government. Christian values such as family, prayer, believing the Word of God is now a rarity. God’s people are no longer bothered with sin in their lives. Over the years we have slowly slipped into attitudes such selfishness, unforgiveness, disobedience, carnality, and lukewarmness in our love to Jesus and others, etc. God’s church, which once turned the world upside down is not being turned upside down by the world...In Such A Time As This...We Need Revival.

A church not far from ours was down to 8 discouraged people - do you know they believed God still had a plan, power, and priority for them? God has turned that little church around and today they are growing...revived and encouraged in Jesus once more!

Today, let’s discover our prayer for revival. How can we pray and prepare for a wonderful revival at our church?

I. Pray for God’s Son to be Lifted Up!

Why we do what we do for the Lord is as important as what we do for the Lord. One of the most compelling motivations to worship and serve the Lord Jesus is that His return is coming soon and we will all give an account of our lives to Him.

Bible preaching reminds us that Jesus alone is the Risen Son of God - Reigning Son of God - Returning Son of God and He is Lord of all. Biblical preaching centers of Jesus crucifixion, ‘‘Him, being delivered by the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God, you have taken by lawless hands, have crucified, and put to death,’’ (Acts 2.23) Biblical preaching centers of Jesus resurrection, ‘‘...whom God raised up, having loosed the pains of death, because it was not possible that He should be held by it.’’ Biblical preaching centers of Jesus exaltation, ‘‘32 This Jesus God has raised up, of which we are all witnesses. 33 Therefor ...

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