Revival Humility

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February 25, 2018  // This is part seven of a twelve-part teaching series on revival. Our pride usually is what prevents the next wave of revival from happening. Pride is a destructive sin. We must lose the illusion that our activities will win the day. We cannot obtain revival through human effort; we have to let God be in total control. Our job in a revival is to humble ourselves and simply be subject to God’s power. Pride claims all-surpassing power for itself to do with as it pleases, and this kills revival. All surpassing power belongs to God and God alone. Being humble makes us true conductors of God’s power. Like a pure copper electrical line, it job is simply to pass the power along. If God calls you to costly difficult actions, then obey. Our surrendered lives fulfill revival.  2 Corinthians 4:7

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