The word “revival” is a bit of a misnomer because 1.) revival is for the Church (not the unsaved,) and 2.) the Church is alive unto God (how can we be revived if we’re not dead?) However, the term revival is commonly used to mean breathing a fresh experience of the manifest presence of God’s Spirit into the Church.
Many times we can unwittingly become preoccupied with special programs, benefits, drives etc. and we lose sight of the primary focus of gathering together as a group of believers: to experience the empowering, life-changing presence of the Spirit of God, to be continually fed and grow in the Word and most importantly, to bring others into the kingdom of God.
A true revival powerfully achieves all three… and Peter Rahme Ministries has been bringing revival to the body of Christ in the United States of America since 1994.
Revival begins in the heart of a person, especially when they feel distant from the Lord in one way or another. Also, in many respects, revival replicates the believer’s experience when he or she is saved. It is initiated by a prompting of the Holy Spirit, creating an awareness of something missing or wrong in the believer’s life that can only be righted by God. In turn, the Christian must respond from the heart, acknowledging his or her need.