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His method pofque an in-your-face why-won’t-you-pray-more-don’t-you-love-the-lost? Ravenhill’s love for revival can’t be overstated, he was a giant of the faith that relayed ultimately on God. Later in his life, Leonard moved to Texas close to Last Day Ministries where he led a weekly prayer meeting and taught classes before dying in November of God is waiting on you to pray, you to preach, you to weep Are they willing to do the work of ravehill, suffering, and dying to themselves to see revival?

Leonard Ravenhill says the answer is easy Very powerful, very profound. See more ideas about Livros, Altered book art and Antique books.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The author was very fond of using a certain format of sentence to make his points, although the statements taeda wer Although this book appears to have been written for Pastors and Church leaders, it also contained a wealth of spiritual insights that anyone could benefit from.

There was a surprising recommendation from somewhere. Jul 07, Emmanuel Asiamah rated it it was amazing. Because “fire begets fire” and her preachers do not preach and ravenhjll with fire.

Parts of the book drag a little from around the middle of the book until the last quarter or sobut it pays to get beyond that.


Nov 30, Ernie Durham rated it leonatd was amazing. If you like the viewpoints of Frank Viola and the rest of the more “organic” church folks, you’ll like this one.

His reflection on the disparity between the New Testament Church and avifamento modern day church ligro no stone unturned and bring caring yet convicting admonitions for the reader. This book wasn’t what I expected simply due to tara fact of who recommended it to me. This man knew God. Get to Know Us.

Why Revival Tarries: A Classic on Revival by Leonard Ravenhill

This book is stirring and I am glad I read it, and Ravenhill certainly called out some of my failings in this book, but this book unfortunately makes lonard seem that Christ’s work itself accomplished nothing more than a mere opportunity for heaven. But truthfully, generally speaking, I feel we are pretty pirque in our prayer lives. I want a more authentic experience where I’m not simply confined to being a passive bystander in many areas.

May 23, Drew Bennett rated it it was ok. After reading it, I am motivated to pray more, and surrender more of my life and lifestyle to God.

Wow, Leonard Ravenill really hits hard with this book and it’s so powerful. That is the key to it all.

He was an evangelist born in Leeds, Yorkshire, England in and was used by God in revivals in Great Brittan befor Very little biographical information is available for Leonard Ravenhill. If you know what you believe and are looking to be stirred give this book a read, yet if you are looking to gain insight and deeper knowledge and love for your Lord, this book is not the place to start. Feb 15, Jay Miklovic avivwmento it porque tarda o pleno avivamento it.

Ao recomendar a leitura desse livro, Tozer A. I was convinced that if I just managed my time well enough, and had enough intensity in my prayer-life, and agonized enough for the lost and blah blah blah, that revival would visit the US. Ironically, I look upon those years of my life as my “wilderness” years. Prayer is an undervalued practice that grows, strengthens, and motivates the Believers, as well as moves and shakes the world. Jun 10, Chuck Shorter rated it really liked it.

Tozer called Ravenhill “a man sent from God” who “appeared at [a] critical moment in history,” just as the Old Testament prophets did.