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A Great Man’s Words I don’t know if you have ever heard of Leonard Ravenhill. He was a revivalist and evangelist from Britain, called to America, and he prayed about eight hours a day, and wrote about 120 books on revival and connecting with God. If you want to know more about him, just Google his name or look for him on Youtube. I really recommend that you get into some of his material because I guarantee that it will change you. He was one of the men that mentored me in my early walk with the Lord in intercession. I’m going to share some quotes from him with you, so that you will just be inspired. May God meet you. Do you want to know the key to prayer? The more you pray the more you want to pray, the less you pray, the less you want to pray. People say, ‘I am filled with the Holy Spirit.’ If the coming of the Spirit didn’t revolutionize your prayer life, you better check on it. I’m not sure you got what God wanted you to get. If you’re thinking of revival at your church without any inconvenience, forget it, revival costs a lot. The world outside there is not waiting for a new definition of Christianity, it’s waiting for a new demonstration of Christianity. There’s nothing more transfiguring than prayer. People often ask, ‘Why do you insist on prayer so much?’ The answer is very simple, because Jesus did!

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1 Sarah R = "If we open up our hearts and our churches to God to work, God will respond. Often in ways we are not expecting and in ways that may be uncomfortable to our cushy lives. But we can trust in God, that He knows is purposes, and that He is working for good."
2 Sarah R = "This is so true. There's a book I've been reading called, "UnChristian," which talks about how people in America view Christians today. The bottom line: not well. Many people know Christians, but they see no difference between the people they know who are Christians and everyone else. What kind of Christians are we then? What the outside world needs to see is an actual difference in our lives, that we have allowed the Spirit to work within us and change us and love through us. See: Jesus, Friend of Sinners"