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Like a mighty rushing wind

Like a mighty rushing wind

Revival in the Book of Acts (A.D. 30-60)   The Book of Acts is the first account we have of revival. After the ascension of Jesus, 120 believers prayed for ten days in an upper room in Jerusalem. On the tenth day, God poured out the Holy Spirit on them. This... Read more
History of 10 days of prayer before Pentecost

History of 10 days of prayer before Pentecost

The 1860 revival had ripple effects all around South Africa. There was, however, no clear working of the Spirit in the Boland town of Paarl and the churches there still experienced dryness. In other parts of the Western Cape quite a few towns experienced revival.... Read more
Effect of prayer groups on revival

Effect of prayer groups on revival

Research on revival clearly shows that there is nothing more central and important when preparing for revival than prayer, especially prayer in small groups. This type of prayer is done in prayer groups sometimes referred to as ‘prayer cells’,... Read more
Obstacles to prayer

Obstacles to prayer

There can be many obstacles to prayer. A believer may feel that God is not ‘listening’, or they seem to be going through a barren, desert experience, when God seems silent. The truth, however, is that God always hears our prayers. Sometimes, His reply is delayed,... Read more
The revival during the Second Anglo-Boer War

The revival during the Second Anglo-Boer War

The Welsh revival (1904) was not the beginning of the decade of revival (1900 to 1910). The beginning of this revival must be traced back to small prayer groups that developed spontaneously all over the world, and which formed without knowledge of one another. The... Read more
The beliefs and pillars of Islam

The beliefs and pillars of Islam

Often Christians are uncertain how their faith is different from another and are unable to point out the differences. One such common wrong understanding is that the God of Christians and Allah of Muslims are the same God, but just a different name. A close view on... Read more

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