The articles that appear on this page are part of an ongoing series on the subject of Revival under the subtitle, “Power from on High”
This first chapter in the series on Revival “Power from on High” examines what is meant by the term “Revival” and what are the characteristics of any true revival.
This chapter is asking, “What does God say in His Word, the Bible, on the subject of Revival?”
It contains a consideration of the book of Acts. Is it merely a precious account of the infant church? Or is it meant to be a picture of what every church should be when God is present in Power? A challenging and controversial subject
This chapter is an overview of what is called “The First Great Awakening“. These events took place during the eighteenth century and featured such preachers as George Whitefield, Jonathan Edwards, and the brothers John and Charles Wesley.
This chapter is an overview of “The Second Great Awakening”. The events described took place in the latter years of the eighteenth century into the nineteenth century and predominantly affected North America in the years following Independence. Some of the names associated with this Awakening are: Isaac Baccus, James McGready, Francis Asbury and Timothy Dwight.