Awakening The Heart
Sweeping across the nation and the world, there have been numerous revival movements happening during 2020. It’s in these days of trial that many of us have started looking up instead of looking out.
From Sean Feucht’s “Let Us Worship” movement to the Prayer March on Washington D.C., there has been a call to prayer, repentance, and worship. I have been drawn to these movements, as I’ve wanted to be hyper-focused on God in order to navigate the tenuous circumstances in our world.
God is calling us back to our first love, Himself.
But what does a revival movement look like, and why should we be appreciative of it?
Many of these revival movements across the nation, have simply been a call for believers to gather.
In our Western society, many of us have become so distracted that we’ve forgotten to look deeper. God has given us so many undeserved blessings, and yet an attitude of thankfulness has vanished. We’ve refused to evaluate how we’re living and why we’re living that way. Our prayers have become legalistic or nonexistent. We’re too busy criticizing someone else to really look at our own hearts and the sin that we carry. We fail to recognize how that sin affects people and the world around us.
God is revealing our broken heart condition through these movements…