“One more revival, only one more is needed: the revival of Christian stewardship; the consecration of the money power of the Church unto God; and when that revival comes, the Kingdom of God will come in a day. You can no more prevent it than you can hold back the tides of the ocean.” – Horace Bushnell
What would happen if you, me, and your neighbor started believing (and living like we believed) that God is good and will provide for our needs. As an act of thanksgiving and a sign of obedience, we are called to give as part of a whole-life transformation. Imagine, for a moment, a world where we lived in that truth.
I see the dissolving of abject poverty around the world—living on less than $1.25 per day. The folks at Compassion International have an audacious goal to wipe out such poverty in our lifetimes (check out Live58.org for more).
I see the Good News of Jesus reaching all corners of the world.
I see hope and resources being delivered to our inner cities.
I see a generation of givers transformed more and more into the image of Christ. That’s a beautiful vision.
Do you actually believe such a revival is possible? What does it look like?