On this Saturday, Selwyn introduces his eleventh life conviction: “God has more to give us, His Church, in terns of the Holy Spirit than we have seen in this generation.”
He introduces the term ‘revival’ and goes on to explain the difference between ‘renewal’ and ‘revival’; here is part of what he says: “It is my firm belief that God is waiting and longing not only to shake the Church with a mighty Holy Spirit revival but, through the Church, to shake some of the world’s greatest nations also. Why then does He tarry? The difficulties are always on our side, never on His. Throughout history of the Church, revival has come on the wings of prevailing prayer. I see no scriptual reason for that to change. God has promised to hear His people’s prayers – and He will.”
Any views on this particular conviction?