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Glimpses of Revival

September 10, 1971 from church newsletter OUR PRAYER – A SECOND TOUCH For several weeks we’ve been praying that God would give us a “second touch,” a new wave of Revival that would make the last year and a half seem “dull and monotonous.” The week before Labor Day we felt “God was up to   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

The Bible is God’s seminary where He equips the believer for effective service. Nothing can take the place of faithful reading and study of the Word. Here are some practical suggestions on reading your Bible. 1. Read the Bible REGULARLY. If we fed our physical bodies with the same regularity we feed our spiritual bodies,   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

(1)  Don’t get hung up on the blessing, but the Blesser.  Let’s not seek the GIFTS BUT THE GIVER.  Don’t seek an “experience” but CHRIST HIMSELF.       Once it was the blessing,             Now it is the Lord;       Once it was the feeling,             Now it is His Word.       Once His gifts I   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

On the last Sunday in April 1970, God moved into our midst with a power that can only be described as EARTHQUAKE POWER, a power that transformed the countenance and composure of our church. SHAKEN WITH AN OVERWHELMING AWARENESS OF GOD’S PRESENCE.  Without a doubt the greatest thing that’s happened is this:  JESUS HAS BECOME   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

From the very first day I felt God was going to do a deeper work than ever before. Every evening service was packed out, with extra chairs in the aisle and people sitting in the foyer. In the morning services (where most of the women work, etc., you know, all those reasons “we can’t have   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

Taken from the Pastor’s Corner in MBBC church paper September 3, 1971  THE DRAMA OF REDEMPTION… is more exciting than anything on TV. Last Sunday night, as you know, I baptized Mr. and Mrs. Teny Barnes. After Mrs. Barnes was baptized she stood on the steps beside Joanne to watch her husband. As I buried   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

Taken from the Pastor’s Corner of MBBC church paper June 25, 1971  MASS FUNERAL AND WEDDING AT MBBC I’ve never been in a service such as the one last Sunday night. For the past year God has been doing the “amazing” in our church–last night He did the “AWESOME.” All day we felt God was   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

Taken from the Pastors Column of MBBC church paper on January 28, 1972  A CHALLENGE FROM THE LORD TO MBBC “I have set watchmen (intercessors) upon thy walls, O Jerusalem , which shall never hold their peace day nor night:  ye that make mention of the Lord, keep not silence, and give Him no rest,   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

Taken from Church newsletter, May 1, 1970 CHARACTERISTICS OF REVIVAL “I know it’s not cool to talk about what happened last week, but I would be ungrateful if I didn’t praise God for His presence in our services last Sunday. Never have I witnessed such a great outpouring of His Spirit, especially in the evening   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

From the Pastor’s Corner of MBBC church paper – August 13, 1971 INTERESTING SURPRISE GREETS VISITOR After last Sunday morning’s service I met an out of town visitor on the parking lot. He said he received two surprises from our worship service: (I) he didn’t know that many people went to church anymore, and, (2)   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

Pastor’s Article of Church Newsletter, Feb. 26, 1971 THE GREATEST FIRST DAY OF REVIVAL I’VE EVER WITNESSED! That’s my assessment of last Sunday’s services. It’s impossible to express in paper and ink what it’s like to see the Glory of the Lord unveiled–you have to see it. All I can think to say is, PRAISE   Read More …

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Glimpses of Revival

Taken from Pastor’s column of MBBC church paper March 5, 1971 THANK YOU LORD, FOR REVIVAL At 11:00 PM Sunday night we closed the 3 hour invitation that brought to a conclusion eight days of unprecedented services in our church. Notice, the services were concluded, not the REVIVAL. Brethren, God has given us the glorious   Read More …

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