Our history is rich with accounts of revival. The British Isles have experienced many amazing moves of God that have impacted our own shores and those far beyond. Whilst remaining keenly aware that there are differing definitions and opinions regarding what constitutes “revival”, author and revival researcher/historian Andy Smithyman explores the threads common to all revivals and looks at how they subtly and seamlessly work together to create culture change.
Likening a revival to a musical symphony, Andy presents the individual “notes” that harmonise together to form the whole. From it we learn the essential ingredients that all would-be revivalists must focus on – including elements which may surprise some.
This book is “an attempt to capture the awe of Heaven’s handprint upon the land” charting revival’s intricate living symphony – “an organic movement of astounding majesty between the Lord of Creation and creation itself.”