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What the Holy Spirit has done in the past, He is getting ready to do again. Knowing where we have been in the past will position us to better anticipate and steward our future. What will this next move of the Spirit include? Here are a few prophetic insights that we as a Body of Christ can look forward to...
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"AzusaNow: Prophetic Perspectives on the Imminent Move of God"
April 9 was a monumental day as approximately 70,000 Believers braved the rain and gathered at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for 15 hours of worship and prayer to celebrate AzusaNow, the 110th year anniversary of the Azusa Street Revival in 1906, the catalytic movement of the Holy Spirit that resulted in more than 600 million Pentecostals and Charismatics today. Thousands showed up as early as 3 o'clock in the morning to get in line. This was also the same venue where the great evangelist Billy Graham preached the Gospel in 1963 before 134,254 people inside the stadium, and to more than 20,000 left outside.
There was great momentum and expectancy in the atmosphere, as thousands in America and around the world have anticipated this event for months, and more significantly, for another powerful move of the Spirit in our time and generation once again.
Lou Engle, leader of the TheCall and the event, opened up the meeting with worship and powerful intercession and declarations from Korean pastors and leaders for another revival and great awakening. At the heart of every awakening is the cry for unity and reconciliation. The next several hours saw powerful acts of confession, repentance, reconciliation, acceptance, and love from leaders of various denominations and ethnic groups. You could sense the pleasure, delight, and presence of God as these leaders chose to lay down their differences to embrace and prefer each other for the sake of Christ and for the Kingdom. The power of unity cannot be undermined; it sets the stage for a great move of God. (Photo of AzusaNow April 9, 2016, via Michael Wilhelm, The Elijah List)
The Azusa Street revival in 1906 was a restoration of spiritual gifts and a sovereign release of the power of the Holy Spirit. The next segment saw Pastor Bill Johnson of Bethel Church in Redding, California, lead the charge for the ministry of healing. Significant healings and miracles took place. Accurate words of knowledge and prophecy were also released by Shawn Bolz, leader of Expression58. The evening ended with Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, leader of Christ for All Nations and successor to Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, giving a provoking call to evangelism and salvation. It was a historical day in the Body of Christ where declarations were made, covenants were forged, and Heaven was beseeched for another great move of the Holy Spirit in our land and in our time.
AzusaNow, What Next?
The sovereign move of the Spirit has characterized every revival and renewal in every era, from the early Church to the middle ages, to the reformation era, to modern-day Christianity. Saints of old and present have contended for another great awakening. The bowls of intercession in Heaven are about to tip over with an authentic move of God. I believe we are on the precipice, a tipping point, of another great move of the Spirit in America and in the nations of the earth.
What the Holy Spirit has done in the past, He is getting ready to do again. Knowing where we have been in the past will position us to better anticipate and steward our future. What will this next move of the Spirit include? Here are a few prophetic insights that we as a Body of Christ can look forward to:
1. Unity and Synergy
William Seymour paved the way for the blurring of color lines and social status in the Kingdom of God in 1906. I believe we are going to witness a level of unity and synergy across color, gender, and denominational lines in an unprecedented manner. It will not be a superficial verbal assent and agreement, but an actual working together, preferring one another for the sake of Christ and His Kingdom in place of personal agenda and glory. There will be an emergence of young leaders, an army of Holy Spirit-empowered warriors who could care less if they become recognized or prominent. Their soul's desire is bringing glory to the One who alone deserves it all. (Photo via Pixabay)
2. Restoring the Power of Spiritual Gifts
The First Wave (Classic Pentecostalism in the early 1900s), the Second Wave (Charismatic renewal in the 1960s), and the Third Wave (the Neo-charismatics in the 1980s) have all been birthed out of a cry for the tangible power of the Holy Spirit and a restoration of the manifestation of spiritual gifts. Since the beginning of the early Church, there have been many strands of charismatic expressions. These groups and individuals purposed to preserve and perpetuate the charismatic practices and traditions that were consistent with the early Church.
Ignatius of Antioch, one of the earliest bishops in the history of the Church, was a Christian prophet who honored the gifts of the Spirit in the first century. Justin Martyr (100-165) claimed that prophecy and charismatic gifts still existed in the Church. The prophet Montanus founded the first "charismatic movement" in Church history, Montanism, or the "New Prophecy" in roughly A.D. 160-170 in modern Turkey. The Greek Church father Gregory Thaumaturgus, otherwise known as Gregory the "Worker of Wonders," is known for the miracles that accompanied his sermons. Antony, a third century ascetic monk and father of Christian monasticism, was known to experience great signs, wonders, and miracles living in the deserts.
The list goes on throughout history. St. Patrick (387-460), the apostle to Ireland; Gregory the Great (540-604); Symeon the "New Theologian" (949-1022), perhaps the most famous Eastern charismatic Christian; Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179); Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153); Bonaventura (1217-1274); Francis of Assisi (1181-1226); Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274); Thomas Müntzer (ca. 1489-1525), the Catholic reformer; Ignatius of Loyola (ca. 1491-1556); Francis Xavier (1506-1552); George Fox (1624-1691), founder of the Quakers; Count Nikolaus von Zinzendorf and the Moravian Brethren; John Wesley (1703-1791); and many others were advocates and practitioners of the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
An outstanding individual worth highlighting is Edward Irving (1792-1834), the Scottish clergyman and founder of the Catholic Apostolic Church who sought to restore the Church to the five-fold offices according to Ephesians 4:11-12, as well as the list of charismata described in 1 Corinthians 12. He is regarded by many Pentecostal scholars to have been a pivotal forerunner of the outpouring of the Spirit in Topeka and Azusa Street in the twentieth century.
The Lord is restoring and increasing the operation of the gifts of the Spirit en masse globally, all across denominational lines and mainline churches, including the Catholic Church. It will be like the Second Wave in the charismatic renewal in the 1960s, where denominational alliances pale in importance compared to the hunger for a powerful move of the Spirit in our time. Again, the priesthood of all Believers will be emphasized. Every Believer will be empowered to be conduits of the manifestation of the gifts of the Spirit beyond the four walls of the Church, in the marketplace, into every sphere of society. It is not reserved for the selected, anointed few. It is already happening, but the supernatural will increasingly become more commonplace in the life and ministry of the Church.
3. Increase in the Prophetic Among the Young
Between 1688 and 1702, in the southern part of France, there emerged a prophetic movement which became known at "The Little Prophets of Cévennes." A 13-month-old baby who had neither spoken or walked would prophesy in perfect King's French. Young children and teenagers would roll around on the floor and prophesy. When caught up in the Spirit, the children spoke the language of the Bible, French, although their mother tongue was the local patois. A shepherdess teenager by the name of Isabeau Vincent, fifteen years old, would be caught up in ecstasy, prophesy in perfect French, and call sinners to repent. We are going to witness a powerful move of God among the young in our time. God is giving them a voice and releasing them to prophesy the manifold wisdom of God to confound and astound the wise.
4. Collegiate Revival
One of the fruits of the Azusa revival in 1906 was revivals on campuses. In 1905-1908, collegiate revivals exploded all over the nation and God began to move on young adults. The power of God was poured out as waves of God's presence, prayer, repentance, and evangelism swept across institutions like Cornell University, Rutgers University, Princeton University, Trinity College, Baylor University, University of California in Berkeley, Stanford University, Northwestern University, Iowa State College, McGill University, Seattle Pacific College, and Asbury College. At Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, President Charles Winchester preached on "The Baptism of the Holy Spirit" on January 6, 1905. The power of God came on the campus and academics was suspended for a week. (Photo of Taylor University, Upland, Indiana, by TheSource2001 via Wikipedia)
I see the Holy Spirit getting ready to blow on college campuses once again. Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Asbury University, Wheaton College, Oral Roberts University, UCLA, and many others are primed for a great move of God. This move will also impact campuses all over the world. Remarkably, this will be the catalyst to another great student awakening and missionary movement.
5. Stadium Revivals and a Great Harvest of Souls
Lou Engle and many others have spoken about the coming of stadium revivals. Stadiums will be filled all over the world and the Gospel will be preached to masses with accompanying outbreaks of signs, wonders, and miracles. Lou mentioned at AzusaNow that the Circuit Riders from YWAM are believing God for 80 million souls in America and 200,000 missionaries. Stadium crusades will continue to take place in Europe, Africa, and other parts of the world. There will be a concerted evangelistic thrust in the coming days. Get ready for the incoming harvest of souls!
6. Community House Movement
With the anticipated harvest of souls, discipleship, community, and authenticity will become words that the Church is going to have to embrace and flourish in. In the Book of Acts, when Pentecost came, Peter preached in the power of the Holy Spirit and three thousand souls were saved.
Then those who gladly received his word were baptized; and that day about three thousand souls were added to them. And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers. Then fear came upon every soul, and many wonders and signs were done through the apostles. Now all who believed were together, and had all things in common, and sold their possessions and goods, and divided them among all, as anyone had need. So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved. Acts 2:41-47
The early Church exploded, but what sustained them in "revival" was a focus on intimate, intentional community, discipleship, and authenticity. We cannot afford to birth a revival and then "orphan" it by our negligence and lack of intentionality. The early Church flourished in a "house" environment, "breaking bread from house to house."
This generation is crying out for authenticity. They are seeing past the smoke screens, bright lights, attractive activities, an attractional model of church that is devoid of a tangible transformation and encounter with the presence of God. They are longing to know authentic faith, thrive in authentic relationships and community, and be released to be authentic witnesses in the power of the Holy Spirit. We will be seeing an emergence of a community house movement that will be centered on the values of the presence of God, family, transformation, and multiplication.
7. Empowering the Intellectual Charismatics
In the past, with the impact of experiential Pentecostalism, intellectualism became the nemesis of vibrant spirituality. Seminaries were dubbed as "cemeteries." Whatever spiritual fire and passion one had entering seminary would be quenched by the rigors of academia and systematic learning. As a result, there was a focused yet reckless pursuit of power spirituality and experience that was not anchored in the proper understanding and handling of the Word of God, the basic tenets of our faith, doctrine, and praxis. This was where heresies and unorthodox beliefs and practices began to infiltrate the Church. Paul wrote to the Colossians to warn them about a "philosophy" that was creeping into the Colossae church that elevated special knowledge and experiential spirituality that did not have Christ as the Source and Head. (Photo via Pixabay)
As we embrace the move of the Holy Spirit and the restoration of spiritual gifts, the Church must all the more lean in to the orthodoxy and foundation of the Word of God and solid doctrine, not depart from it. I see a greater emergence of intellectual charismatics who are well-versed and trained both in the Word of God and in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Let Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Do it again, Holy Spirit.
Cornelius Quek, M.Div.
Founding Director, 7K
Founder of 7K, Cornelius Quek is passionate about equipping and mentoring contemporary leaders and culture-makers who know their God and impact every sphere of society. Cornelius was powerfully delivered from a background of Buddhism and pagan idol worship in Singapore. He has traveled and ministered extensively internationally and in the United States. Cornelius graduated from London School of Theology, United Kingdom, earned a Master of Divinity (Hons.) from the world-renowned Oral Roberts University, and is currently completing his Doctorate in Leadership & Ministry, researching on increasing the supernatural in the marketplace. Cornelius and his beautiful wife Tiffany are ordained by Bethel Church in Redding, California, where they serve as Connect Pastors. Cornelius also teaches Bible at church as well as the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry.
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