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The need to be able to differentiate the needs of the times; the failure of the modern Church; apologetics discussed; the power that comes only from God.
The need to look at Church history; patterns of revival always similar; Church unity not essential to revival; revival always brings division.
The condition of the Church before the great revivals of history; fundamental doctrines restored; modern Philistines and their ideas; 'the wrath of the Son'; the doctrine of sin.
Philistines and the modern Church; three great doctrines always rediscovered in revival; the work of the Holy Spirit in revival; false teaching about the Holy Spirit.
Defective orthodoxy and eccentric orthodoxy; the correct use of doctrine; the need for balance; revival must start in the Church; right doctrine; wrong spirit; sin a major factor.
No expectation in the Church; keeping the balance; the danger of quenching the Spirit; the danger of emotionalism; fear of the fake causes us to miss the true.
The error of surface spirituality; the right and wrong way of self-examination; do we seek to know Him? a true concern for the glory of God; the need for prayer.
The human capacity to forget; the danger of reading the Bible too subjectively; revivals in history; revival and evangelism; the difference explained; a repetition of the day of Pentecost.
The results of revival; revival statistics; the ways in which revivals have started; phenomenal evidence at times of revival; the weapons of our warfare are not carnal.
What revival does for the Church; the temptation of the preacher; some errors in the modern Church; when does God send revival? the Church needs to plead for revival.