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Famous Quotes – Charles Spurgeon

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If you have not read my posts on the “Keys to Revival”, I highly recommend that you do. We cannot have revival in America until we meet God’s standards for revival. Two of the main keys for revival are united prayer and the preaching of the law. You cannot have revival without them.

“I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the Law. The Law is the needle, and you cannot draw the silken thread of the gospel through a man’s heart unless you first send the needle of the Law to make way for it. (page 84)” – Charles Spurgeon.

Prayer for America – Lord, please raise up people in America to unite together and pray. Please forgive us for being too busy and lack of concern for prayer and the lost in our country. We pray that you will call preachers and evangelists who understand the keys to revival and who are not afraid to preach against sin. We cannot have revival and sin, so please convict the hearts of Americans and the immigrants who live in our great country. Please revive us again before it is too late. In Jesus Name, Amen.

To read posts on Keys to Revival, click below:
Keys to Revival – Part 1
Keys to Revival – Part 2
Keys to Revival – Part 3
Keys to Revival – Final

Comfort, Ray, Spurgeon God Pure.Refined. Bridge-Logos. 2005.

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