Wed, Jan 09, 2013
Barren Womb
Isaiah 54
There’s so much talk about revival that I truly appreciate this statement that Oliver Raper has made...

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I believe, the barren womb of the church is the place out of which God will bring the child of promise. That promise we believe for – revival. That is why Isaiah 54 says “Sing, oh barren”. Now that’s not just singing. That’s true worship. True worship will develop your heart and my heart for a place of revival because true revival first has to start from within and then it’s an outflow into the world. Now come on. Let’s do that.