To see a mighty move of God in our generation, to turn the hearts of people from lawlessness to righteousness, and to Jesus Christ, the only Mediator between God and mankind. 1 Timothy 2:5. To this end, we will continue to seek the Lord in prayer, in supplication, in fasting and in weeping, till He answers us in the demonstration of His power and glory.


In fact, all of us are sinners… whether we like this fact or not. The Bible says, “All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God” ( Romans 3:23). The word “sin” means that we have missed the mark or standard of God’s holiness. All of us have fallen short in our thoughts, words, and actions. None of us are perfect.


The Bible tells us that the consequence of sin is death; separation from God. Romans 6:23 states, “The wages of sin is death.” This means that all of us deserve to die and be eternally separated from God because we have sinned against Him and have fallen short of His perfect standard. The one thing we must remember is that God never sends anyone to hell. We send ourselves there by rejecting the truth of the Bible. Let’s look at the Truth about God and what He did so that we can know Him…

Some Lines By Brother Amartey

We know that it is the Lord’s desire to send revival, as He has done many times past in church history. We remember the revivals in Wales and Scotland. We remember the Great Awakenings in America. We remember the great revival at Azusa Street in California that impacted the whole world, and we are expecting an even greater outpouring than Azusa in our generation.

Lord Jesus, it is time You do it again, to glorify and exalt Your name in all the world, that You alone are the Redeemer and the only Mediator between God and mankind! Show us Your mercy and forgive our transgressions! We stand upon Your precious promises in Revelations 3:18, and have come to buy from You refined gold so that we may rich; and white garments to cover our nakedness; and eyesalve to anoint our eyes so that we may see. We confess our poverty, wretchedness, powerlessness, nakedness and blindness and pray: “Revive us, and we will call upon Your name; restore us, O Lord God of hosts, cause Your face to shine, and we shall be saved.”