The Importance of Revival


Maybe you have felt spiritually flat lately. Maybe the fire within you has left. If so, rekindle those embers and fan to flame what God has put within you.

Psalm 85:6 asks a powerful question, Will You not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You?

Notice that the psalmist says, “again.” This tells me that the nation of Israel was once in a state of revival, but that had waned, it had declined, and they had come again to the place where they needed to be revived.

Perhaps today you are in a place where you need to be revived.

Revival has been described as the inrush of the Spirit into the body that threatens to become a corpse. That is a good definition. Something needs to be revived when it is dying or when it has lost its strength or momentum.

Revival brings new life. It brings fresh vigor. It brings renewed momentum to that which is in a weakened or dying state.

In 2 Timothy 1:6, Paul writes to Timothy, Stir up the gift of God which is in you. The word for stir up literally means to rekindle. In other words, a fire was there at one time, but it has begun to burn low. And now it needs to be refueled and tended to.

The Amplified Bible says, Rekindle the embers, fan the flame and keep burning the gracious gift of God, the inner fire.

Maybe you have felt spiritually flat lately. Maybe the fire that once burned white hot for God is now just a glowing ember. If so, it is time to rekindle those embers and fan to flame what He has put within you. 

As God goes to work in your life, you will find that once again your life will be filled with purpose, and you will once again rejoice in God. 


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