With more than 1,800 articles, The Revival Study Bible is a unique resource that examines the revivals that have shaped and defined Christianity for 2,000 years. Utilizing the NKJV, the studies in this Bible treat Scripture as the centerpiece of all revivals, and highlight God’s work by providing inspiring accounts of supernatural events, miracles, and other awe-inspiring works of God. The Revival Study Bible also addresses methods and principles for bringing future revivals to Christians around the globe.
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“In its classic sense, revival can be defined as a season of unusual divine visitation resulting in deep repentance, supernatural renewal, and sweeping reformation in the Church, along with the radical conversion of sinners in the world, often producing moral, social, and even economic change in the local or national communities. But is such a concept biblical? And is the term ‘revival’ even found in the Scriptures?” (Page ix)
“For both Law and Whyte, Adam began to lose his first perfection before Eve was developed” (Page 7)
“Following the death of Abel, Eve conceived another son and named him Seth. Seth’s name means ‘a substitute’ or ‘replacement.’ Eve’s statement concerning the child indicates that she believed that Seth was to replace Abel’s life and possibly his prophetic role. Seth represents a prophetic revival and signifies that when the prophets are revived, worship will emerge again, hence Enosh the son of Seth was born. After the birth of Enosh, men began to invite the presence of God again. Perhaps Eve hoped that Abel and then Seth were the seed that God had promised would bruise the serpent’s head. Then possibly, they could return to Eden once again.” (Page 12)
“Genuine revival requires discerning recognition as to how the enemy seduces individuals away from God and entices man to love knowledge more fervently than the Creator of all things. Idolatry begins when intimacy with God takes second place.” (Page 8)
“Genuine revival is ‘born, not of the blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God’ (John 1:13). By its very nature, revival is upsetting to the normal order of things, and almost without exception, those involved challenged both the Church and the culture by their lives and ministries. Like all ordinary men and women who loved God and people in both Scripture and history, they sometimes had real faults and failings, both loyal supporters and angry detractors, companions in the radicality of their calling or outspoken objectors with their own critical cohorts.” (Page xiv)
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William “Winkie” Pratney is a Christian apologist, evangelist, and youth minister. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, he has written more than 20 books including Ultimate CORE: Church on the Radical Edge and Revival: Principles to Change the World. In honor of his distinguished career, YWAM recently named their library in Lindale, Texas, the Winkie Pratney Revival Library.
Steve Hill is a renowned preacher and revivalist. Best known as the leader of the Brownsville Revival, Hill was converted to Christianity after spending his teenage years using drugs and alcohol. Hill was trained at the Teen Challenge training school by David Wilkerson and has preached all over the world.
Dr. Tamara Winslow is the founder of Institutes for Biblical Truth, and has been serving in ministry as a teacher, minister, writer since 1978. Earning multiple doctorates at the Minnesota Graduate School of Theology, her years in ministry have produced profound expressions of the gospel and has touched lives all around the globe.