“THERE’S A CHILDREN’S REVIVAL COMING!” That’s what numerous prophetic voices, like Cindy Jacobs, are declaring . But what will that look like? It won’t look like Azusa, Toronto, or Brownsville, because children do not have the ability to drive or fly themselves to a regional revival hot spot.
I’m sure you heard about the Revival that’s been taking place in West Virginia. I recently read a story about two Elementary School girls who were a part of it. They started fasting during their lunch time. They wanted to minister to kids but weren’t sure the best way to do it, so they took a shoe box and cut a hole in the top and wrote “prayer requests” on its side.
During the lunch., students dropped their prayer requests inside the box and at the end, the little girls would pray over them. On one day alone, 18 kids were saved at that school. In another area in Kentucky, revivals are also breaking out in the schools. and in Ohio and Kentucky the report is that students are getting saved by the hundreds, so reports Charisma magazine.
This goes right along with the prophecies that we’ve been sharing from Cindy Jacobs and others about revivals breaking out in the schools. What happens if our children are not equipped or trained when the waters are moving and they have no idea how to pray, hear God’s voice, or reach out to their friends? I often wonder how much of Revival is a sovereign move of God, versus having Christians equipped and ready to take their place when the move of God happens?
Are your children ready to step in when the water starts moving?