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Prophets and Revival : Leonard Ravenhill Quotation

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“Ahhh the prophets were men who walked with God, they felt like God, they saw like God, they wept like God, they yearned like God…..leonard r

….And in the richest most comfortable country in the whole world….we stink in the nostrils of Almighty God tonight….

….But ohhh what a difference when a man gets a heart that craves for revival, that longs that God will make bare His arm that all nations will have to acknowledge…”

 

This man has to be the most anointed man I have ever heard preach.  Oh for more like him ! Holy Ghost anguish descends upon grown men as he preaches.  What does it sound like when Holy Ghost anguish comes upon grown men? “To some of you I am sure this is chaos but its music in the ears of Jesus…” (LR)

Listen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKLlcwd_nqE

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8 thoughts on “Prophets and Revival : Leonard Ravenhill Quotation

  1. I think his most repeated quote, “If Jesus had preached the same message that ministers preach today, He would never have been crucified” can be added to anything we write.
    Peace

  2. Reblogged this on paul the slave.

  3. I have also heard Leonard Ravenhill preach; he was very anointed.

    “The Life of the Prophet IS the Warning”
    https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/the-life-of-the-prophet-is-the-warning/

  4. The link to the YouTube video in your post is broken. Here is the link, if someone wants to here an anointed message on the life of a prophet by Leonard Ravenhill:

  5. “Preachers make pulpits famous; prophets make prisons famous.”

    –Leonard Ravenhill

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