history, life September 10, 2018 OUTREACH TENT REVIVAL | PentecostalTheology.com PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleHow Satan Makes Inroads into Christian Revivals Next articleFASTING AND PRAYER, WHY? 13 Comments Reply September 10, 2018 Joel Chettri Amen Hallelujah God may move in pray God may work fully in the revival pray definitely I will up hold in prayer sir ( I wise that I may gat change to attend this revival pray) anyway God may bless me also AMEN Reply September 10, 2018 Varnel Watson Loving it Going Join me Joe Absher Larry Dale Steele Reply September 10, 2018 Larry Dale Steele Awesome where is this ? Reply September 10, 2018 Varnel Watson KY? Click on the link for exact location Reply September 11, 2018 Joe Absher I pray our Lord will walk the aisles, and sanctify a people for his purpose and glory. Jesus Christ the same yesterday today and forever. Reply September 11, 2018 Varnel Watson Isaac Coverstone we prayed and the Lord moved the rain away so we can hold our tent revival this week 🙂 Reply September 11, 2018 Isaac Coverstone Troy Day that’s great, 60 churches in Burma were burned this year, but good to know you didn’t get rained on. Reply September 11, 2018 Varnel Watson 69 churches in Oregon closed down this year too Reply September 11, 2018 Isaac Coverstone Closed is extremely different from violently attacked. Guess they weren’t praying hard enough. Reply September 11, 2018 Varnel Watson in EU they first closed them and then took the crosses and gave them to Muslims to use them for mosques Reply September 11, 2018 Isaac Coverstone So what? That doesn’t have anything to do with prayer doing nothing to prevent church burning but it sure works to keep back a sprinkle.. Reply September 11, 2018 Varnel Watson I’ll tell my friends in SC, NC and VA not to ask you for prayer tomorrow. Now how about a comment on the OP? Reply September 11, 2018 Isaac Coverstone Emotional hype that appeals well to the good old boys in KY. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.