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A Whisper Revival

Author Timothy Williams
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Publisher Winepress
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Release Date November 12, 2008
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True revival will not be advertised, promoted, or shouted, but begins as a quiet whisper of the heart. Do not be taken in by the claims of "revival." Learn what it means to wait on God.

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True revival will not be advertised, promoted, or shouted, but begins as a quiet whisper of the heart. Do not be taken in by the claims of "revival." Learn what it means to wait on God.

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Do not recommend
This book is really a shame, in my opinion. It is based upon sensational, propaganda-type calls to action that do little to encourage the Christian to walk in faithfulness and love. I would not recommend this book.
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Review by / (Posted on 12/23/2017)
Isaiah 5:18-21
18 Woe to those who draw sin along with cords of deceit,
and wickedness as with cart ropes,
19 to those who say, “Let God hurry;
let him hasten his work
so we may see it.
The plan of the Holy One of Israel—
let it approach, let it come into view,
so we may know it.”

20 Woe to those who call evil good
and good evil,
who put darkness for light
and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
and sweet for bitter.

21 Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes
and clever in their own sight.
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Review by / (Posted on 3/2/2011)
Listened to part one and heard enough.
I appreciate the author's warning that there is such a thing as counterfeit revival. The problem with the book is the narrowness with which true revival is defined. The author begins by assuming that we are living in the last days and that only one kind of revival happens in the last days, a "whispered" revival. He does not show this from Scripture, but assumes that the listener will take his word for it. He then bombasts anyone who seeks any other kinds of revival. He goes so far as to say that preachers who point us to 2 Chronicles 7:14 ("If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves...") are leading us into danger, since this promise does not apply in the last days, according to him! The author seems to believe that a Christian can lose his or her salvation. He warns that a Christian who needs a "whispered" personal revival and does not experience such will go to hell for it. The author probably needs to repent of his arrogance. He talks like his theology of revival and of the last days is not open to disagreement. He also never acknowledges his own need for any kind of revival, "whispered" or otherwise. Perhaps the whole Church needs revival, but not him?
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Review by / (Posted on 2/10/2011)
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