Realities of Revival I: A Theological Understanding

There was a time when revival was the study and focus of careful theologians. Sadly that changed around the middle of the 19th century. Since then, careful writers have allowed the theological ground of revival to become fallow. In recent years, the study of this mysterious reality has become a more common focus of reading and request of prayer.

Because of this growing desire for revival, we are going to spend the next several episodes discussing the biblical signs and fruits of revival, along with how we are to respond when we hear reports of God visiting a particular place with revival.

In this initial conversation, John Snyder and Teddy James share some helpful works from the past and what we can do now to prepare our souls for the manifest presence of God in our midst.

Books mentioned in the episode (in order of appearance):

The Fulfilling of the Scripture by Robert Flemming Physical Copy:

Revival by Richard Owen Roberts

Revival: A People Saturated with God by Brian Edwards

Revival of Religion

Lectures on Revival by William Sprague

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