Monsoon season. I have been in the land of India before, but never during the time of heavy rains. So, one summer I wasn’t prepared for what I saw. Two or three times a day it rained—and I mean hard. I stood at the floor of my 5th-floor room and looked out and couldn’t see anything but rain. It was that heavy.
One morning, awakened by these rains in India, I got up to start my day kneeling by the bed to pray. I again asked for revival in the American church. What we need, Lord, is a spiritual monsoon season to wash things clean and to clear the air. Someday, Lord, do it. Please do it. Amen.
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In this book, I offer some solid tips to the people sitting in the congregation to help them remember what their pastor has said from the pulpit.
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