The Invisible Enemy that Empowers His Visible Prisoners
It was not that there were no “flesh-and-blood” enemies at Ephesus. During the great awakening in that city, Paul had faced the wrath of Demetrius the silversmith, who called together an assembly of idol-makers to protest his preaching (Acts 19:23-41).
Over the two million miles I have driven preaching revivals, I could count on one hand the number of times I have had a flat tire—that is, until recently. Over a period of six weeks I was able to practice my tire-changing skills three times! Culprit number one was a nice sharp . . .
My dad was saved in a revival meeting in 1930. The revival meetings were held every night for six straight weeks! My grandfather loaded his family up into the Model A every evening and drove seven miles from the family farm to the church. Upon arrival, they listened to . . .