Ephesians 1:11 Revival is sovereignly in God’s hands; He chose those whom He will revive before the foundation of the world. God will work all things according to His will in order to bring revival in His time but His sovereignty does not negate our responsibility
Acts 4:31 Peter and John are commanded not to teach any longer in the name of Jesus but they refuse. Returning to the disciples, they pray that they may speak the Word of God with boldness. The place is shaken, they are filled with the Holy Spirit and enabled to
John 16:8 Jesus tells us what would happen after He departed this world for glory. He would send the Holy Spirit, and the Spirit would work in different ways in the hearts of those who know God and those who do not.
1 Corinthians 15:25 Revival accelerates the subduing of Jesus’ enemies – either in joyful submission or through fear of His being. This is something that must happen before He returns. This is another reason why revival is so important.
Isaiah 53:10 Revivals are a means of bringing in more of Christ’s sheep. Our passage reminds us that Jesus had a work to do when He came into the world; He was sent specifically to give Himself as a guilt offering for the sins of His people.