Monthly Archives: March 2015


Lord Send A Revival, and let it begin in Me.

Lord Send A Revival, and let it begin in Me.

I do not know about you, but, I am ready for a Holy Ghost, Fire Falling Down from Heaven Revival.

I am ready for that Revival to begin in me.

Tonight, I was watching a movie, and at the end they were singing such a praiseful, glorious song, I just wanted to get up and sing and dance with them.

A new Revival had begun in that little choir, but, it took change. Not change of the gospel, but, change in the presentation of the gospel.

I know that churches everywhere have their annual Revivals, but, until the church itself hits it knees at the altar, there cannot be Revival. A Evangelist cannot bring a Revival to a church. But, an Evangelist can help lead a church into Revival that is prayed up.

Then when the Evangelist leaves if the church is prayed up, then the church will stay in Revival.

As an ordained Minister with the International Pentecostal Holiness Church one of the ways to earn our CEU’s is by reading books. And that is not a problem because I love to read.

I read “Revivals That Stay”, wrote by E. W. Mounds, he states;

“A genuine revival marks an era in the life of the church. It plants the germs of the great spiritual principles which grow and mature through all the changing seasons that follow. Revival seasons are favoring seasons, when the tides of salvation are at their flood, when all the waves and winds move heavenward…days of emancipation and return and rapture. The church needs revivals; it cannot live, it cannot do its work without them. Revivals which will lift it above the sands of worldliness that shallow the current and impede the sailing. Revivals which will radicate the great spiritual principles, which are worn threadbare in many a church. It is true that in the most thorough work some will fall away, but when the work is genuine and far-reaching, as it ought to be, the waste will scarcely be felt in the presence of the good that remains.”

I agree with the statement above, mostly the last part. Revival in a church will show who is committed to the church and mostly committed to God.

When true Revival begins, some will fall away, but the ones that stay will be the workers that the Lord will use to build His church.

This year we need to work to win the lost to Christ. 2015 must be, “A Year Of Salvation.”

Christ is soon returning, and we must be about our Father’s business.

I do not know about you, but I want to hear my Heavenly Father say, “Well done, good and faithful slave . . . enter into the joy of your master” (see Matthew 25:21).

God Bless Each Of You!
Pastor Pat Aman

(Nehemiah 8:10)
“The Joy Of The Lord, Is Your Strength.”

(Proverbs 17:22)
“A Merry Heart Does Good, Like Medicine, But A Broken Spirit Dries The Bones.”

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