Notes of a message given on Sunday morning, by Pastor Alan Redpath on October 9, 1955.
As we approach another Keswick Convention many of us are deeply concerned that the Lord shall visit us with revival. Our hearts are hungry for Him, and continually the cry goes up to the throne: “Wilt thou not revive us again that thy people might rejoice in thee.”
I want to be clear that we understand what we are asking Him to do—not simply to give us converts. Evangelism is one thing; revival is another. Evangelism is the constant duty of the church …
Notes of a message given on Sunday morning, by Pastor Alan Redpath on September 11, 1955.
We have seen in the Beatitudes, the genuine Christian—the true citizen of the Kingdom—growing into maturity. We have seen him as he is in his own consciousness, in his own longings, and what he can become by the transforming power of the Holy Spirit. We have also seen the resultant impact such a life will have upon the world.
Some say our text is the 8th Beatitude completing the Octave. Others see it in a different light. Up to this point it has been …