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October Twenty Two
Two Thousand Thirteen
Dear Pastor and Praying Friends,
If there ever was a day we needed revival, it is now! Our nation is in the emergency room and sicker than it has ever been. The levels of iniquity are unprecedented since the days of the Twin Cities, Lot fled or the debauchery of Rome in the first century! From the dens of politics, to the pulpit and pew we have abandoned principle and embraced a culture of compromise and corruption. May God have mercy on us!
Perhaps because of the evils of our day revival is more attainable, at least in my humble experience. The great blessings of September’s meetings have continued unabated in October. I have seen men walk the aisle to trust Christ, weeping their way to Calvary! The altar calls have been especially blessed of God. I have preached in churches with 20 or so in Sunday school to one running over 2,000! Size has not inhibited the working of the Holy Ghost – Praise God!
From the depths of my redeemed heart I think you for your considerate help, in the prayer closet and from the checkbook. What I am able to do would be greatly stunted without your faithfulness.
Your companion in the conflict,