If this message is not displaying properly, click here
to launch your browser.
|Steve Hill: Revival and Risky Radicals
Throughout the Bible, we find those who were willing to become "risky radicals" for God. These men and women put their all on the line for Him, and as a result, God used them to do the impossible and to change the circumstances of their day.
Elijah was a risky radical who was like a bolt of fire that God loosed upon wicked King Ahab and sinful Israel. Another risky radical was an extraordinary woman of God named Esther who secured a remarkable deliverance for Jews by stepping in and placing her own life on the line in order to do something great for God.
We could speak of other radicals such as John the Baptist who confronted King
Herod and the religious people of his day, of David who fearlessly slew Goliath with just a sling and a few small stones, of Peter who walked on the water or of Stephen who put his life on the line preaching to the religious leaders.
Over the years, I've studied church history, including the great revivals of the past. I've also been involved in two major revivals. In every historical move of God, you will find risky radicals.
I'm convinced that the greatest move of God the world has ever seen is in front of us, not behind us. God is looking for those He can use in this day and hour who will expose themselves to risk and be extreme for Him.
is scanning the earth in search of believers: Who are willing to change their ROUTINE in order to make a difference in this world.
Every one of us has a routine. I get up every single morning at 5:00 a.m., get a cup of coffee and immediately go into prayer. After I spend time in prayer, I go out and exercise. I have a routine and it's like clockwork to me—I don't have to think about it. read more