Revival Culture

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January 28, 2018  //  This is part three of a twelve-part teaching series on revival.  Not fully understanding, accepting, and using God's power (Western prejudice) keeps us from revival.  Pentecost began a new dispensation of God’s power through the use of revival, and we still have access of that Pentecost blessing.  Our church must have a culture of invitation, where everyone is asking God for revival.  First, we must humble ourselves. Humility attracts God’s attention.  Second, we must believe in the supernatural – it is real!  We needn't fear the Spirit’s power. Third, we must establish a revival culture in the Church by seeking revival in ourselves and praying that it will break into our Church.  Every Sunday must be a model of expecting, seeking, and praying for revival. Acts 2:1-4, 40-41; Galatians 3:3 (NLV); 1 Corinthians 2:1-5; 1 Thessalonians 5:19-22

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