It's Revival Time

Christians are responsible for bringing about revival. Revival reveals the reality of our God and who He is, and exposes the enemy’s weakness (Nehemiah 6:15-16). For some, they might be experiencing mistrust, confusion, frustration and disorder — but there’s good news. Revival can and must happen, and to experience God’s greater things requires consecration (Nehemiah 8:5-9Exodus 19:10-11). Consecration — reflecting His holiness so others can see Him through us — requires an intentional act on our part (Leviticus 11:44-45). This means taking the things that are messing up our lives and marring the image of God in our lives and repenting (Joshua 3:5-8). Consecration requires us to repent so we don’t drift away from all that He has for us (Hebrews 2Haggai 1:2-4). It means us making God a priority, making Him the center of our lives, instead of just someone we occasionally hang out with.

Points To Ponder
1) Does my life need revival? What about my family, friends and community? How can I be part of bringing about a godly revival?
2) What intentional steps can I take to repent and consecrate myself?
3) Is God the center of my life?