Revival doesn't mean opposition to the gospel stops. In many cases, it intensifies. So what then? A church on the move remains bold and courageous, but not by a sheer act of willpower. The roots of courage are deep. We'll discover what they are as we look at Acts 2:37-47 and the early church and how:
1) They Pray for Boldness
2) They Focus On the Sovereignty of God
3) They Pray With Bible-Rooted Confidence
4) They Use the Past to Shape Expectations for the Future
5) They Were Filled Afresh With the Holy Spirit
Sociologists and psychologists think they have figured out the secret of how things go viral. But there’s one viral phenomenon that defies naturalistic explanation: revival. It’s mysterious and unpredictable, but undeniable. Join us as we gaze in wonder at it and pray, “Lord, do it again!”
What would you say are the top 5 most important days in world history? One of those top 5 days is recorded in Acts 2. It’s the day the Lord endowed his people with his power and presence. The result and implications of this are staggering.