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Tuesday, October 30, 2018


Will you not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You?
Psalm 85:6

When reports of the 1857 American revival reached overseas, the Presbyterian Synod of Ireland sent two men to investigate. They returned with stories that created great hunger for revival among the Irish. In answer to that hunger, a revival broke out and and 1859 became known as "God's Year of Grace" across the Irish nation.
One after another were gloriously saved in homes and in schoolhouses. People opened the windows so that those outside and around the buildings could hear the pray and praise inside. Careless sinners broke down and wept like children. Drunkards were awed into solemn silence. Often people did not go to bed for two or three nights. Passerby heard people crying aloud for mercy inside their houses, calling out to God in prayer, or singing hymns and songs. Business almost came to a standstill. Prayer meetings in private homes were held at all hours of the day and night. The faces of the new converts beamed with such joy that the newly saved were easily identified.
Oh, that God would send such a revival to our lands today. Let's make this our daily prayer. "Lord revive us again" Revival starts with a handful of praying people who develop an insatiable burden to plead with heaven for revival, as in Psalm 85:6 "Will You not revive us again?"

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