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 8:5-9; Exodus 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 2; Haggai 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.
2) What intentional steps can I take to repent and consecrate myself?
3) Is God the center of my life?