It is our sincere desire that this web site will be a source of hope and encouragement to all who are seeking a deeper relationship with God. We believe that the Holy Spirit is moving in our day and that He is calling His people to repentance and revival.
We have included a variety of resources on this site that we hope will be helpful to you in your journey. Included are prayers for revival, articles on revival, and testimonies of revivals that have taken place throughout history.
We also invite you to join us in prayer forrevival in the church . It is our belief that the answer to the spiritual decline in our nation lies in a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit in our churches. We must cry out to God for Revival!
The Need for Prayer
There is an urgent need for prayer in the church today. Spiritual revival will not come about unless God’s people humble themselves and pray. We need to ask God to forgive our sin and to revive His church.
Prayer is one of the most important things we can do as Christians. It is our communication with God. Through prayer, we express our desires and thanksgiving to God, and we also bring our requests before Him.
When we pray, we are depending on God and not on ourselves. We are acknowledging that He is sovereign and that He is in control of all things.
Prayer should be a regular part of our lives, both individually and corporately as a church body. We need to be continually seeking God’s face, and crying out to Him for revival in His church.
What is Revival?
Revival is a sovereign work of God bringing His people back to himself. It is a time when the Holy Spirit comes in power, convicting believers of sin and restoring them to holiness and joy in the Lord. As a result of revival, churches experience renewed spiritual life, new commitment to evangelism, and an overall passion for God.
There are many examples of revival throughout history, but perhaps the most well-known is the Great Awakening of the 18th century. This spiritual awakening spread throughout America and England, resulting in tens of thousands coming to faith in Christ.
If you are longing for revival in your church or community, here are four prayers you can pray:
- Pray for conviction of sin.
Father, we confess that we have sinned against you. We have not loved you with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. We have not loved our neighbor as ourselves. Have mercy on us, O Lord! Cleanse us from our sin and revive us once again. Amen.
- Pray for repentance and turning from sin.
Father, we repent of our sin! We turn from our wicked ways and return to you with all our heart. Fill us with your Holy Spirit that we may walk in your righteousness and truth. Amen.
- Pray for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit.”Lord, pour out your Spirit on us afresh! Renew our passion for you and revive your church once again.”Amen.”
- Pray for boldness to share the gospel.”Father, give us boldness to proclaim the gospel! Break down barriers in our hearts and minds that would keep us from sharing your love with others.”Amen.”
What is the Church?
The church is the community of believers who follow Jesus Christ. Christ is the head of the church, and its members are united by their faith in him. The church carries out Christ’s mission on earth, and its ultimate goal is to bring Glory to God.
The Power of Prayer
Prayer is a powerful tool that can bring about Revival in the Church. When we as God’s people humble ourselves and pray, He hears us and He is faithful to answer. Revival is a work of God’s Spirit in His people and it results in changed hearts and lives. If you are seeking Revival in the Church, here is a powerful prayer you can pray:
Dear Heavenly Father,
We humbly come before You today and ask for Your forgiveness. We confess our sins and repent of our ways. We ask that You would pour out Your Spirit on us and revive us from within. Fill us with Your Presence and transform our lives. Use us to be a light in this dark world and revive Your Church. We long to see Your power at work in our lives and in the Church. Ignite a fire within us that cannot be quenched. Draw us near to You and use us for Your glory. In Jesus’ name, Amen!
The Purpose of Prayer
There are many purposes for prayer, but one of the most important is for revival in the church. Revival is defined as a time when there is a spiritual awakening in the church and people are drawn to God. It is a time of renewed commitment and passion for Christ.
Prayer is an essential part of revival. It is one of the ways that we as Christians can seek God’s face and ask Him to move in our midst. When we pray for revival, we are asking God to do something that only He can do. We are asking Him to change hearts and minds, to draw people to Himself, and to make His Presence known in our midst.
Revival is something that we should be praying for constantly. It should be on our hearts and minds always, because it is only through God that true revival will come about. If you are feeling led to pray for revival in the church, here is a specific prayer you can use:
Father, we long for revival in the church. We want to see Your Presence become more real and more visible in our midst. We want to see more people coming to know You and falling in love with You. We want to see lives being changed and transformed by Your power and grace.
We know that only You can bring about true revival, so we are asking You now to move in our midst. Stir up Your Spirit within us and revive us from the inside out. Draw us closer to You than ever before, and let Your love overflow from us into the lives of those around us. In Jesus’ name, Amen
The Priority of Prayer
Prayer should be the first priority of the church. It should be central to all we do, and should be our first response to every situation. We need to be a people of prayer, waiting on God for His guidance and power.
We need revival in the church. We need to see God’s power at work in our lives and in our world. We need to see people coming to Christ and lives being changed. We need to see the sick healed and the broken made whole.
We need to pray for revival. We need to cry out to God for His mercy and grace. We need to ask Him to break through in our lives and in our world with His power and love.
If we want to see revival in the church, we must make prayer our first priority.
The Practice of Prayer
Prayer is, quite simply, communication with God. It’s also our main means of connecting with Him and developing a relationship with Him. When we pray, we open our hearts and minds to God, sharing our joys, our concerns, and our needs with Him.
Prayer is an incredibly powerful tool that we can use to bring about revival in the church. When we pray for revival, we are asking God to breathe new life into His people and His church. We are asking Him to ignite a fire within us that will burn brightly for Him.
If you’re looking for ways to bring revival to your church, here are five powerful prayers you can pray:
- Pray that God would stir up a hunger for Him in His people.
- Pray that God would break the power of sin and darkness in the lives of His people.
- Pray that God would raise up leaders who are passionate for Him and His Word.
- Pray that God would fill His people with His Spirit and empower them to be witnesses for Him.
- Pray that God would bring about spiritual awakening in the hearts of those who are lost and far from Him.
The Pattern of Prayer
There are many ways to pray for revival, but there is a particular pattern that we see throughout Scripture. When we pray for revival, we should:
- Acknowledge our need for revival.
- Confess our sin and the sin of the church.
- Ask God to forgive us and to revive us.
- Thank God for His past revivals and for His promises to revive us again.
- Pray that God would send revival—that He would pour out His Spirit on His people, that He would revive the church, and that He would save sinners.
The People of Prayer
The people of prayer are those who have been touched by the Spirit of God and have a burning desire for revival. They are people who know the power of prayer and are willing to intercede for the church. They feel a burden for the lost and are willing to do whatever it takes to see them saved. These people are not afraid to stand up for what they believe and are not afraid to fight spiritual warfare. They know that revival starts with them and that they must be on their knees if they want to see the church revived.
The Product of Prayer
Prayer is the most important work of the church. It is the key that unlocks God’s power and unleashes his blessing. When we pray, we are tapping into a limitless source of strength and wisdom. We are connecting with the God who created the universe and knows everything about us.
Prayer is not a magic wand that we wave to make our problems disappear. But it is a powerful tool that can help us to face our challenges with courage and hope. When we pray, we are bringing our concerns to God and asking for his help. We are opening our hearts to him and inviting him to work in our lives.
Prayer can transform our lives and our world. It can change things that seem impossible to change. It can bring hope where there is despair, healing where there is pain, and love where there is hatred.
When we pray for revival in the church, we are asking God to do something in us and through us that only he can do. We are asking him to pour out his Spirit on us and use us in a powerful way to reach others for Christ. We are asking him to break down barriers and heal divisions. We are asking him for a renewed passion for gospel ministry and an increased desire to share our faith with others
The Promise of Prayer
The Bible is full of promises about the power of prayer. In the New Testament, Jesus Himself promised that we could ask anything in His name and He would do it (John 14:14). The book of Acts records many instances of the early Church praying for revival, and God responding in power. In our own day, we see reports from around the world of churches that have been transformed by prayer.
Prayer is not a magic formula, but it is an essential part of seeing revival come to our churches. Revival is a work of God, and He has promised to hear us when we pray. As we cry out to Him for revival, He is faithful to answer.