It seems the religious left has learned about the revival and just don’t know what to do with it:
A response to Dault:
And wherever the left can be found, one can find gadfly William Wolfe:
This reminds of the line in Springsteen’s No Surrender: “I learned more from a three-minute record baby than I ever learned in school”:
More Old Lights (or perhaps just downright skeptics):
A true believer:
Must all revival be local?:
The president of Cedarville University is in Wilmore in the hopes of bringing the revival back to Cedarville:
A Fuller Seminary prof:
Are the Christian nationalists on the way?:
More from the Old Lights:
“He Gets Us” vs. the Asbury revival:
It’s only a matter of time before Sean shows up, but I think he is at the Super Bowl right now:
Will the revival fail because of Asbury’s LGBTQ views?:
More wait and see:
I haven’t heard Calvinists talk about “Finneyism” in a while:
Six hours straight:
Pentecostalism and Asbury University have shared roots in the Holiness movement:
A “Christian Business Coach” and “Apostle” named Daniel Emerson came to Wilmore. Here is his FB testimony:
At Asbury God is emerging the rivers together in a synergy.
We’re going on 70+ bourse of worship, repentance and and unity of faith.
There’s a sweeping taking place. There’s a shifting already in our midst. This sweet soft still presence is the prerequisite to something greater.
While visiting for a few hours I felt many explosive bursts of pure glory and light. You can feel it from the top of your head to the soles of your feet. But mostly what you will encounter is that sweet, soft and still grip of his presence.
I could write so much more of what I felt, heard and encountered. We must pray, keep watch and guard the raw pure and authentic. We must not be so eager to label this event right now. Whatever God is doing let him do it. Labeling it and fitting it to our own idea doesn’t make it that. This moment in history is to precious to label
There’s no hype, no babbling, no distractions just a to place seek the Lord together as a whole.
Shane is getting in on it:
Reports from around Kentucky: