Firestorm of the Lord: The History of and Prospects for Revival in the Church and the World
For far too many Christians today, revival is a distant and dusty phenomenon associated with the Great Awakening and movements in America and Wales over a hundred years ago. Drawing extensively from the theology of Jonathan Edwards and Martin Lloyd-Jones, Stuart Piggin offers a systematic, biblical, and pastoral study of revival. He writes from the heard and heart, with plenty of lively illustrations and real-life testimonies and quotations. Piggin defines revival, looks at its biblical basis, identifies the marks of genuine revival and studies the phenomenon thoroughly across historical and denominational lines.
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