Is Another Great Awakening Near?

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Dr. Brown speaks with author Jennifer LeClaire about her new book The Next Great Move of God: An Appeal to Heaven for Spiritual Awakening, also talking about the current state of America, the nature of true revival, and whether another great awakening could be at the door. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Revival comes to the hungry, to the thirsty, to the desperate. We must ask ourselves, are we really hungry? Are we really thirsty? Are we really desperate?

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: When we see a tragic murder on video tape, how do we respond? Let it be redemptively. Let it be in the Spirit of Jesus.

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56 Comments
  1. Bo,
    I cannot remember a time your posts actually contained the substance of their signature, “shalom”. I come back here to visit every few months over the last several years and find one common denominator in your posts which is you arguing. Those who argue continually show their fruit which is self evident. That fruit is pride. I emplore you to humble yourself and seek the Lord of the book you so readily love to quote.

    The lord said “you will know them by their fruit”. Your fruit, at least as witnessed on this site, is not of the holy spirit which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

    This is a rebuke. Nothing more, nothing less. This has nothing to do with the current argument you find yourself in as I’m on neither side. I sincerely hope you take it to heart. Either way I refuse to argue with you about it. It would be tragic to stand before the lord and have all you have built be burnt up because it was not built by him, through you. May you know true shalom. I am being completely sincere.

  2. Accuracy in Media article that is very eye opening:

    http://www.aim.org/special-report/black-criminals-white-victims-and-white-guilt/

    A couple of small portions of the article:

    “Let’s look at the other side now. In 2013 alone, 49,851 officers were assaulted with firearms, knives and other weapons. Over the past 10 years, on average, 150 police officers have been killed in the line of duty every year. Fifty-seven of these were shot, stabbed, strangled or beaten. Of the 509 officers feloniously killed in the past 10 years, 46 percent of the perpetrators were black, despite their representing only 13 percent of the population. Do we call this a black war against the police?”

    “So the disproportionate arrests, incarcerations and shootings of blacks should come as no surprise. Their 40 percent representation among the prison population fairly reflects the proportion of crimes committed by blacks in the U.S. This is not evidence of institutional racism, but rather a social pathology evident within the black community. They have been committing crimes at the highest rate by far of any racial/ethnic group for decades.”

    Shalom

  3. Bo,

    You said, “Your post above proves my points again.”

    Oh no, dear one. None of what you say about me is accurate, and I pray you see that.

    You said, “You try to downplay your false statements.”

    I made no false statements.

    You said, “The Grand Jury decided that there was not enough evidence to bring the case to trial. That means that there was not enough evidence that was in Brown’s favor.”

    It means no such thing.

    You said, “And none of my comments are racist.”

    We disagree here. What you said is horribly racist and makes me wonder if you’re a Holocaust denier, too.

    You said, “You can ignore the fact if you like. You can ignore the scriptures if you like.”

    Haven’t you done the same? I believe you have.

    You said, “You are so very generous to pretend to forgive me when I have done nothing to be forgiven of by you.”

    But I do forgive you! Jesus said we are to forgive everyone before we come to Him in prayer. That’s so important.

    You said, “You are using your liberal tactics to try to make it look like you have done nothing wrong and to shift the blame to me.”

    I’m not a liberal and this is psychological projection on your part.

    “You could just…drop it.”

    This is what I’ve asked you to do.

    Hey, let’s do it!

    God bless you, Bo 🙂

  4. Amy,

    Here you go again trying to use rhetoric and character assassination…you wrote:
    “We disagree here. What you said is horribly racist and makes me wonder if you’re a Holocaust denier, too.”

    The above statement is nothing but an insult and an attempt to discredit me. It is just an accusation and nothing more. I fully accept the historicity of the Holocaust. I also full accept the facts of blacks committing way more crime.

    Please read this article and look at the tables from the FBI and other government sources…if you dare.

    Accuracy in Media article that is very eye opening:

    http://www.aim.org/special-report/black-criminals-white-victims-and-white-guilt/

    I knew that you would not be able to practice what you preach and drop it. I also knew that you would not admit you purposeful distortion of my statements.

    Shalom

  5. Amy,

    You wrote:
    “You said, “You try to downplay your false statements.”

    I made no false statements.”

    Here is your false statement:
    “You have no evidence to support your claim that the all the witnesses, or Americans, “agree with you.”

    But what I wrote was:
    “Many more people agree with me about the subject. And the ones that heard all the testimony and saw all the evidence agree with me.”

    As you can see, I did not say what you say I said. I did not say that all witnesses or all Americans agree with me. Those that heard all the witnesses (the grand jury) agree with me that there was not enough evidence in Brown’s favor to justify a case against the police officer. I said that many more Americans agree with me, not all. Both of my statements are true. I never claimed that “all” Americans or “all” the witnesses agree with me.”

    You just imagine that you made no false statements…or you are purposefully lying. Everybody but you can see that you did not fairly represent me.

    Shalom

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