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Physical and mental phenomena examined; what is the explanation of these phenomena? Dr Carson's investigation; the Spirit of God in action.
The steps to revival; man has fashioned his own god; the Church's need to see the position it is in; our personal relationship to God.
Three stages of prayer in revival; first stage: be separate; second stage: the assurance of God; the expectant Church.
Second stage of prayer for revival; the need to experience the power of the Holy Spirit in the Church; the unique and separate people of God; let it be known we are Thy people.
Why did Moses pray? the Church is the people of God; concern expressed for the honour of the Church; Moses' method of prayer.
Pentecost as a once-and-for-all experience disproved; the lack of the power of the Spirit in the Church; the change wrought by the first Pentecost; the need for a new Pentecost; revival and Pentecost compared.
The longing to know more of God; the desire to see the glory of God descend on the Church; experiences of the glory of God in Scripture and history; seek the glory for yourself and the Church.
The knowledge of God needed by Christian people; the names of God; what is true of the Redeemer; revival starts and finishes when God chooses.
Moses in the rock; what principles does this teach? what is a Christian? Jesus; revelation of the glory of God; this is revival.
A true conception of the Christian Church; the need for persistence in prayer and intercession; revival in history; we are to be His remembrance.