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In The Day Of Thy Power
In The Day Of Thy Power by Arthur Wallis


 
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Author: Arthur Wallis
Subtitle: The Scriptural Principles of Revival
Format: Paperback
Length: 297 Pages
Published: 1956/2010

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Oh, that you would rend the heavens! That you would come down! Millions have prayed that, and pray it now. Has it ever happened? Yes, God has come down; both the Bible and Christian history bear witness to it. In the Day of Thy Power is filled with plentiful quotations from eyewitnesses of revival and with inescapable biblical authority for such times of refreshing . . . from the presence of the Lord. It unfolds the conditions by which God still comes, as in apostolic days, with mighty signs and wonders, by the power of the Spirit of God.

As I read the manuscript, Norman Grubb recalled, it had the effect of confronting me with the word of the Lord and demanding an answer . . . I believe it will have a like effect on all who read it with ears to hear.

This first book of Arthur Wallis, written in 1956, was an immediate success when first published and has become a classic on the subject of revival.


Table of Contents

Foreword to First American Edition

Foreword by Duncan Campbell

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1: What is Revival?

Chapter 2: A Sign Spoken Against

Chapter 3: The Latter Rain of Promise

Chapter 4: This Is the Purpose

Chapter 5: Distinctive Features Part 1

Chapter 6: Distinctive Features Part 2

Chapter 7: The Prepared Heart

Chapter 8: The Praying Heart

Chapter 9: Lifting Up Holy Hands

Chapter 10: The Dynamics of Prayer

Chapter 11: Wielding the Weapon

Chapter 12: Preparing the Way

Chapter 13: Paying the Price

Chapter 14: The Sound of Marching

Chapter 15: The Solemn Alternative

Conclusion

A Prayer for Revival

Endnotes

Glossary of Revivals

Bibliography on Revival


About the Author

Arthur Wallis was an internationally known author and leader in what became known as the house church movement in Great Britain. Born in Dublin in 1922, he was the younger son of Reginald Wallis, a well-known convention speaker and author of several Christian books. His fathers death in 1940 precipitated a spiritual crisis for Arthur, and he sensed a call to full-time ministry. After military service in World War 2, Wallis fulfilled his call to ministry, later serving on a leadership team overseeing a family of more than thirty churches. He also devoted himself to a worldwide speaking and writing ministry. He went on to author ten books, including the classic bestseller Gods Chosen Fast.