Bible Summary. This is the second part of a Bible series on Christian Revival. A revival is a time of cleansing for Christians. A Christian revival causes us to have a perfect and joyful heart in the Lord. In a Christian revival the congregation experiences a move of God that they all share in common. See below on commentary and advice concerning Christian revivals.
Revival – Day of Pentecost – All on One Accord
How Does a Christian Revival Refresh and Renews Us?
A revival is a time of cleansing for Christians. When we enter into God’s presence during a revival, we cannot be anything but cleansed of our sin. God’s holiness and grace overcomes us and cleanses us of our sin. Zechariah 13:1 prophecies of fountain that cleanses sin and uncleanness.
Zechariah 13:1, “In that day there shall be a fountain opened to the house of David and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem for sin and for uncleanness.”
Why Does A Christian Revival Fill Us With So Much Joy?
A Christian revival causes us to have a perfect and joyful heart in the Lord. When we yield to our Lord, he makes our heart perfect, and one of the characteristics of a perfect heart is joy. tells us of the Israelites who rejoiced with a perfect heart offering willingly to the Lord.
1st Chronicles 29:9, “Then the people rejoiced, for that they offered willingly, because with perfect heart they offered willingly to the Lord: and David the king also rejoiced with great joy.”
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Why Does a Christian Revival Generate Such Unity in Believers?
In a Christian revival the congregation experiences a move of God that they all share in common. This shared experience and being one with God creates a wonderful state of unity in the church. When people experience spiritual unity during a revival experience, they have an overwhelming desire to transform this unity experience in the physical world. Acts 2:44 tells of the day of Pentecost where believers came together and had all things in common.
Acts 2:44, “And all that believed were together, and had all things in common.”