Classroom of the Ages
I just passed a milestone yesterday: I completed my second volume of Glory Through Time, the series that traces the movements of God’s power down through the ages. I have a sense of a major task completed, which I’ve been working on for years and years. All that’s left is to work our publishing details with my publisher, Trilogy Books at TBN.
This book is not just a rundown of the great revivals of the past, though the subtitle might imply that: “The Forgotten Legacy of Transformational Revivals.” It is a narrative with a plot and a great conflict moving toward a culmination in our time. It began with Jesus pouring out His Spirit at the start, and it ends with Jesus returning “to restore all things.” In between, Jesus is scheduling Revival tides, during which He holds classrooms of the Holy Spirit. The purpose of these classes is to woo us all away from the “Power-and-Might” lifestyle that comes so naturally to us humans–and teach us how to walk in the Spirit instead.
In this video, I give some examples of how each Revival tide differs somewhat from the last, because in it, Jesus opens up a new classroom to teach us some aspect of the Spirit-filled life described in the Bible. The Holy Spirit is a many-faceted wonder, and learning to walk with His power at the center of our lives is not a simple or easy matter. Also, to be frank, we humans are slow learners. So each Revival has emphasized some different aspect of His character and power. So, in this video, I am excited to introduce to you a major feature of the plot of my new book, Glory Through Time, Volume Two: The Forgotten Legacy of Transformational Revivals.
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