(By Brad Tuttle) As I have been praying for a heaven-sent visitation of God and for people to have a heart to pray for one, the Lord spoke to me four reasons why we do not pray for revival. But first, a short description of what revival means to me: Revival is God, in His love and mercy, invading earth with His glorious manifest presence, intervening in lives in a tangible, life-changing way that influences and impacts all spheres of society. Revival is Father’s outrageous, unstoppable love transforming lives,

giving us a heart that burns with passion for the least, the last and the lost. Revival is God’s glorious, majestic, powerful, awe-inspiring, kingdom here on earth as it is heaven. We do not pray for revival because we do not realize just how much our Father loves us or recognize His passionate heart for the world (I John 4:16, John 3:16) We do not pray for revival because we do not understand or believe in the effectiveness of our prayers to move the mighty hand of God. Learn about effectual, fervent prayer in James 5:16. CONTINUE