Come, let us reason God together

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By Rev (Dr) Adesanu Abiodun,

The waves of successive seasons of revival blessing throughout church history have left recurring high-water marks. These signs of the Holy Spirits’ surging across the Earth and throughout time have, as a rule, been the result of God’s signal use of anointed men, whose leadership not only was the designation of that revival era. Accordingly, we note the strata of church history by the mention of names, such as Augustine, Aquinas, Luther, Calvix, Knox, Huss, Wesley, Finney, Moody etc.

But with the opening of the twentieth century, from out of the wellspring of the holiness tradition, a revival broke forth, which is structured in two ways; first, the wave of renewal, it gave rise in the church internationally has not receded; rather, it has continued to roll forward and to engulf leaders and laity in every historic tradition and contemporary circle of Christianity. Second, this revival has not been characterized by the leadership of any primary personality to set its agenda or establish its style.

One historian has called the Pentecostal – Charismatic revival of this century “a movement without a man”, thereby nothing the phenomenon that its broadening tide of influence seems linked to this fact. No one can proscribe the movement’s boundaries, none can inscribe his name upon it, and who can describe it in any other way than by Peter’s words at Pentecost: “This is what was spoken by the prophet Joel: “… in the last days… I will pour out of my spirit on all flesh” (Acts 2:16, 17).

Come let us reason God together (Acts 17:17) (from my sermons diary) is a researched compilation of great mass of divine – organic utterances that shall spiritually elevates soul, I want you to know that your prayer partners in faith, “SHALOM PRAYER WARRIORS” on 08034540346 are ready to pray for you and your needs, we want to be your partners in your ‘JOURNEY FOR SURVIVAL’ You shall not infra dig in your daily walk on the path of righteousness (Psalm 37:37) in Jesus’ Name.

May God be pleased to multiply the fruit of my labour and richly bless you the reader, even as I commit this work to Jesus Christ and dedicate it to ALL STUDENTS OF CHRISLAND COLLEGE, IDIMU, LAGOS [in whose faces I see GOD daily] with the psalmists prayer: “And let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands for us; yes, establish the work of our Hands (Psalm 90:17)


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