What Does The Bible Say About Revival
Revival is a powerful experience that happens when we are made aware of God’s presence and love. Revival is a reminder of who God is and what he can do in our lives. Revival reminds us that God breathes life into the dead and makes the dry ground blossom like a rose. Revival is when God restores what has been lost or broken, whether it be relationships, families or even nations!
God will renew and revive the hearts of his people.
God will revive and renew the hearts of his people. Revival is a time when God restores what has been lost or broken. Revival is a time when God restores the hearts of his people; and revival is a time when God restores the church to its rightful place as the body of Christ on earth.
When one is truly saved and has become born again, he/she becomes a child of God with new life in Christ Jesus. He/she receives power from on high (Acts 1:8), which enables him/her to live like Jesus did while He was here on earth – showing love, mercy, grace and compassion towards others who do not know Him personally yet but may have heard about Him through word-of-mouth or reading this article right now!
God’s breath revives us.
God’s breath is the Holy Spirit. The Lord breathed the breath of life into Adam. God breathed into our nostrils the breath of life, and we became a living soul (Genesis 2:7). Our spirit is renewed by God’s Spirit, and our bodies will be transformed when there is a total renewal in us (Romans 8:11).
God’s breath gives us life. God sent his Son to give us new life. If you have Jesus, you have eternal life (John 3:16). You can live in Christ and receive eternal life now!
God’s spirit restores our souls. We are dead without God’s spirit; we need Him so badly! As believers, it should be our daily prayer that His Spirit would dwell within us like He did in Noah’s ark—so that we may walk with Him every day of our lives (1 Peter 3:20).
God will revive Christians who are spiritually cold and lifeless.
Revival is the renewal of what has been broken or lost, and it brings life to what was dead. It is a time of awakening, when God awakens his people to see their need for a change in their lives. Revival is described as a “spiritual spring cleaning” that brings about social reform and personal transformation.
Spiritual revival results in more joy, praise, and thanksgiving to God.
During spiritual revival, the church is empowered to experience a new outpouring of God’s Spirit that results in more joy, praise, and thanksgiving to God. Revival often includes an increase in prayer and fasting as well as corporate worship led by a gifted pastor or worship leader.
Through revival we are able to see God’s love for us more clearly and make decisions that please Him. We have hope because we know that our Savior loves us unconditionally, despite our mistakes or imperfections. Revival brings about change—not just within ourselves but also within our communities and society at large!
Revival always brings a fresh filling of the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Godhead, who regenerates and baptizes us into the Body of Christ. He is also called “the Spirit of God,” which means that he not only comes from God, but also is a person within his own right. The Holy Spirit can be described as being filled with wisdom and understanding (Isaiah 11:2). He brings life to all things (John 6:63) and reveals truth to believers (1 Corinthians 2:10-11).
Revival brings a fresh revelation of God’s presence.
Revival is a time of God’s presence. Revival is a fresh revelation of the Lord Jesus Christ. Revival brings with it an awareness and appreciation of who He is and what He has done for us. Revival brings new life, new joy, new peace, and new power to those who experience it. The presence of God can be felt in revival meetings as people are healed physically as well as spiritually by His touch!
Revival is when God restores what has been lost or broken.
Revival is when God restores what has been lost or broken. Revival is the restoration of life and purpose for both individuals and communities. It’s a time when God removes the obstacles to the fullness of His blessing from His people. Revival isn’t something that happens on its own; it is an act of God in response to prayer, faithfulness, and obedience to Him by His people—the Church as a whole or by individuals who are seeking Him wholeheartedly.
When you think about revival, don’t just think about individual prayer meetings where there’s loud music playing and people get “slain in the spirit.” True revival will change everything around you: relationships at home, work and school; how you spend your time outside of church; even how you look at yourself!
You can see that revival is a part of God’s heart and His desire for the church. Revival is not just something we have to pray for, it’s something that God wants to do in our lives. We should seek revival as if our very lives depended on it! Our world needs revival today more than ever before—will you commit yourself to praying for revival?