The “Jesus Movement” must be re-thought. I for one don’t want another rehashed version of a bygone glory day. I’m thankful for revival history, and yes I want God to move in spectacular ways. I was prophesying Jesus movement back in 2011 (some people decades before that) but had little idea of the gravity of the fullness of that word.
The Jesus movement I believe unfolding now will look more like the reformation of the 1500’s than another rehashed charismatic renewal. What if it was BIGGER and BETTER than we ever imagined. What if the person, worth and revelation of Jesus began to reform everything we know?
I thank God for Brownsville, but I’m not praying for “another Brownsville” because that place and people there by and large are still unchanged. City transformation? Nope. I’m not looking for more good church meetings, we’ve done that!
I LOVE the Jesus movement and all it produced, but our culture in America remained largely unchanged. Look around?
If we’re going to see things we’ve never seen we must be open to God in ways we’ve never been. This is 500-year vision. We want revival NOW but sigh with great disdain at the notion of obedience and work unto God that might not even be seen, appreciated, or fully recognized until hundreds of years after we’re gone! Oh the foolishness of God that 3 ppl in a prayer room could do more than 10 stadiums!
Culture changers understand the LONG GAME. Jesus understood this. May the kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of our God and His Christ!