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Charles Finney Autobiography

“This book is a MUST for every Christian. It will put you on your knees”. – Pavel Gurzhiy

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REVIVAL AT ROME

The state of things in the village, and in the neighborhood, round about, was such that no one could come into the village, without feeling awe-stricken with the impression that [...]

HEALING FROM INSANITY

As I went into meeting in the afternoon of one Sunday, I saw several ladies sitting in a pew, with a woman dressed in black who seemed to be in [...]

Charles Finney Biography

Charles Finney Autobiography Finney converted at the age of twenty-nine, and “the work of the Lord spread forth in every direction all over town.” Later that influence was felt all [...]

APART FROM GOD

  Many Christians will be in for a surprise when they appear before the judgment seat of Christ. They will come to find out that their “good works”, which were [...]

I SHALL NOT BE MOVED!

"I have set the Lord always before me; because He is at my right hand I shall not be moved." (Psalm 16:8) David says that going through tough circumstances, which [...]

JOY IN GOD’S HOUSE

  Therefore we will not fear, even though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; though its waters roar and be [...]

REASON OR REVELATION?

  Another physician, a very amiable man but a skeptic, had a little daughter and a praying wife. Little H——, a girl perhaps eight or nine years old, was strongly [...]

A MESSAGE TO WEAK CHRISTIANS

In that day the Lord will defend the inhabitants of Jerusalem; the one who is feeble among them in that day shall be like David, and the house [...]

OLD vs NEW TESTAMENT: CONTRADICTION?

  Many people do not understand God who seems as if He is different in the Old Testament (OT) compared to the New Testament (NT). If the NT calls us [...]

WHY ARE CHRISTIANS LOSING THEIR FAITH?

  Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide [...]

Word of Revival | September 2015

GRAFTED INTO THE VINE,DAILY ABIDING IN THE VINE SAVES FROM DOWNFALL, THE WEAKEST WILL BE LIKE DAVID, APART FROM ME YOU CAN DO NOTHING, JOY IN GOD’S HOUSE

WHY ARE WE GIVEN PROMISES?

Once, God gave Moses a very precious promise. God promised His servant that He shall go in front of them, while the Israelites were wandering through the wilderness. More than [...]

STRENGHTENING YOU FOR MINISTRY

  But the Lord stood with me and strengthened me, so that through me the proclamation might be fully accomplished (2 Tim 4:17). There was a time when the Apostle [...]

Unlimited Grace

  On the land of my people will come up thorns and briers, Yes, on all the happy homes in the joyous city; because the palaces will be forsaken, the [...]

KEEPING YOU FROM FALLING AWAY

  In His prayer, not long before crucifixion, Jesus prayed that the believers not be taken out of the world, but be kept from evil or stand against this evil [...]

GOD WILL LAUGH

When the enemies of Judah managed to stop the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem, God, seemed as though he did nothing. Through a long 15 years, the building in [...]

GOD’S WILL FOR THE BELIEVER

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  This is the will of Him who sent Me, that of all that He has given Me I lose nothing, but raise it up on the last day (Jn. 6:39). Besides His mission of redeeming mankind, Christ had another mission to accomplish, a mission that was equally important. However, it would only apply to those who believe in Jesus as the Savior of the world. Thus, if you fall into the category of those who have accepted His Son as Lord and Savior then the promises are yours. The will of the Father is to keep you unto eternal life. By His grace, God had His Son carry out a mission of crucial importance – to help you keep your faith. God was concerned for those who would come to believe in Jesus; for those who would endure pain and suffering. And by enduring it, subsequently, not shipwreck their faith. God saw to it that all those who believe in Him may not perish, but make it to eternity. I would like to point out that Jesus isn’t talking about the whole world, but only those whom the Father gave to Him – the believers. God foresaw those that would accept Christ and follow His teachings, those who would face many trials. They will face temptations and attacks from the devil. They will be misunderstood by their peers and by family. They will be mocked and ridiculed in schools, universities; their fellow peers will reject them, co-workers will look at them and shake their heads. Now, the Lord saw that many women would be mistreated, and deserted by their husbands on account of their faith – and vice versa. He saw the suffering and pain of children who will feel misunderstood, rejected, or even be attacked by their parents. For many believers, privileges, opportunities and services will be taken away. They will be cited and dragged into court. Meanwhile, others will be assaulted and scorned by the world. Still others will be despised, betrayed, and killed like criminals. However, the will of the Father is to simply ensure that in the midst of trials His children would not grow weak in faith. […]

RIVER OF LIVING WATER

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  In In Jesus Christ we get forgiveness of sin, and we get sanctification of our spirit, soul and body, and upon that we get the gift of the Holy Ghost that Jesus promised to His disciples, the promise of the Father. All this we get through the atonement. Hallelujah! The prophet said that He had borne our griefs and carried our sorrows. He was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities, the chastisement of our peace was upon Him and with His stripes we are healed. So we get healing, health, salvation, joy, life­­—everything in Jesus. Glory to God! There are many wells today, but they are dry. There are many hungry souls today that are empty. But let us come to Jesus and take Him at His Word and we will find wells of salvation, and be able to draw waters out of the well of salvation, for Jesus is that well. At this time Jesus was weary from a long journey, and He sat on the well in Samaria, and a woman came to draw water. He asked her for a drink. She answered, “How is it that thou being a Jew askest drink of me who am a woman of Samaria, for the Jews have no dealings with the Samaritans?” Jesus said, “If thou knewest the gift of God, and who it is that saith to thee, give me to drink, thou wouldest have asked of Him and He would have given thee living water.” O, how sweet it was to see Jesus, the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world, that great sacrifice that God had given to a lost, dying and benighted world, sitting on the well and talking with the woman; so gentle, so meek and so kind that it gave her an appetite to talk further with Him, until He got into her secret and uncovered her life. Then she was pricked in her heart, confessed her sins and received pardon, cleansing from fornication and adultery, was washed from stain and guilt of sin and was made a child of God, and above all, received the well of salvation in her heart. It was so sweet and joyful and good. Her heart was so filled with love that she felt she could take in a whole lost world. So she ran away with a well of salvation and left the old water pot on the well. How true it is in this day, when we get the baptism with the Holy Spirit, we have something to tell, and it is that the blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth from all sin. The baptism with the Holy Ghost gives us power to testify to a risen, resurrected Savior. Our affections are in Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world. How I worship Him today! How I praise Him for the all-cleansing blood.      […]

THE WAY BACK TO THE SANCTUARY

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  Then he brought me back to the outer gate of the sanctuary…. (Ez. 44: 1) The Old Testament sanctuary was given to the people of Israel, as the place where God revealed his will and glory. Spiritual service could not be imagined without the sanctuary. Even during the wanderings of the Jews in the desert, God had commanded them that every time they stopped at a certain place the tabernacle had to be located in the center of the camp. This shows that God wants to be the center of our lives. His presence and His glory should the most important thing in our lives. Our whole life, all the goals that we set for ourselves, all of our daily activities in which we are involved, must revolve around the presence of God. The sanctuary was the place where the Lord revealed himself to those who sincerely sot to know Him. David says that he saw God’s power and glory in the sanctuary. Moreover, he says to God: “I have seen thee in the sanctuary” (Ps. 62:3). It was there that the Lord revealed himself not only to great kings, prophets and priests who were anointed, but also to simple unnoticeable people. That’s why God while showing Ezekiel numerous revelations and explaining their meanings to him, is leading the prophet back to the sanctuary to give him even greater knowledge of Gods glory. I believe that the Spirit of God wants to do the same thing in our lives. Following the Lord in our Christian walk, we are often become too consumed by different activities. At the level of individual churches and whole denominations, we very actively plan numerous projects. We designed the whole structure of how to effectively spread the gospel on earth. Today, we have so many conferences and seminars going on, about various topics of Christian life, that it is simply impossible to keep up with them. We are so dedicated to all kinds of projects, that we no longer have time for the sanctuary. We are distracted by deeds; we are no longer clothed with the power of God. We rush forward, leaving the presence of God behind us. We are well educated in doing God’s work in the flesh, and therefore our preaching became enticing words of man’s wisdom, but not in demonstration of the Spirit and power. That is why, despite all our efforts, God’s people immerse deeper, and deeper into carelessness and works of vanity. But the time has come when God wants to guide His children BACK TO THE SANCTUARY! […]

DELIVERANCE FROM DEMONS

I grew up in a Christian home, the oldest of three children. We went to church every week as a family. My grandmother, who also lived with us, would make [...]

PEOPLE COMING DOWN FROM THE MOUNTAIN

  ... Look, people are coming down from the tops of the mountains!(Judges. 9:36). There was a time Abimelech and his army was heading to the town of Shechem, in [...]

JESUS CARES FOR YOU

  Are not two sparrows sold for a cent? And yet not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But the very hairs of your [...]

ARE YOU IN NEED OF DELIVERANCE?

  I was once at an afternoon meeting. The Lord had been graciously with us and many had been healed by the power of God. Most of the people had [...]

GOD’S WILL REGARDING THE WORLD

  Our Lord desires that all be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that [...]

Word of Revival | May 2015

CHRIST’S MISSION, THE FATHER’S WILL REGARDING THE WORLD, GOD’S WILL FOR THE BELIEVER, CHRIST’S MISSION – TO KEEP YOU FROM FALLING AWAY

WHERE IS THE FIRE?

   I have come to bring fire on the earth, and how I desire thatit were already kindled! (Luke. 12:49) Our Lord Jesus Christ said these words to his disciples [...]

THE POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

In the first chapter of Acts, we see that Jesus gave commandment to the disciples that they should wait for the promise of the Father, and He told them that [...]

CAUSING A DONKEY TO SPEAK

Then the Lord opened the mouth of the donkey, and she said… (Numb. 22:28) When the elders of Moab came to Balaam to ask him to curse the children of [...]

GOD CAN BE FOUND

  The prophet Isaiah once said: "Seek the Lord while he may be found" (Isaiah 55:6).It means that He can truly be found! Another time he also proclaimed, "I did [...]

PEOPLE, LIKE TREES

And he looked up, and said, "I see men as trees, walking." (Mark 8:24). One day, near the village called Bethsaida, a blind man was led to Christ for healing. [...]