This powerful volume brings together 7 of the best Classic writings on REVIVAL. Penned by men and women of God who were eye-witnesses to revival, these books will stir your heart and challenge you to pray and believe for a move of God today!
The following seven classics are included in this volume in their entirety:
1. AZUSA STREET (How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles) – by Frank Bartleman. Written in 1925 almost two decades after the initial outpouring of the Spirit at Azusa Street, Bartleman gives a first-hand look into the early days of the revival and the part he played in helping to prepare the way for this move of God.
2. THE REVIVAL WE NEED – by Oswald J Smith. A powerful book written in 1925 by the founder of the People’s Church in Toronto, Canada, this is a passionate and earnest account of what it will take to see God move in reviving power in our day!
3. THE WELSH REVIVAL – by W.T.Stead and G Campbell Morgan. Stead and Morgan were eyewitnesses of the mighty Welsh revival, seeing its power and the transformation it brought. Written in 1905 it documents how the revival began, its impact and includes personal interviews with Evan Roberts, the ‘leader’ of the revival.
4. AWAKENING IN WALES AND THE HIDDEN SPRINGS – by Jessie Penn-Lewis. A first-hand account of the roots of the Welsh Revival from someone who knew Evan Roberts personally.
5. HANDBOOK ON REVIVALS - by Henry Fish. An in-depth compendium on revival – what it is and how to prepare for one. Fish looks at past revivals and provides answers to various objections, giving practical and sound advice. He also looks at the importance of prayer, preaching, singing, evangelism and follow-up.
6. LECTURES ON REVIVALS OF RELIGION – by Charles Finney. Penned in 1868 after decades of seeing God move in revival power in the Second Great Awakening, this is a must read for anyone truly seeking to see lives and communities transformed for God!
7. NARRATIVE OF THE SURPRISING WORK OF GOD – by Jonathan Edwards. Edwards (1703 –1758) was one of America’s greatest theologians and one of the leaders in the First Great Awakening which saw thousands swept into the Kingdom of God. This account gives a first-hand report of the revival as it swept through Northampton and New England.