Episodes: A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

When you’re reading the Bible are you ever tempted to skip Isaiah? Some of the book may just sound like “doom and gloom.” But the challenges in Isaiah’s day are very similar to those of our broken world today. Nancy Wolgemuth will unpack Isaiah 63–64 and show us how these chapters can lead us in prayer for the Lord to “rend the heavens” in revival.

  • A Cry for Revival, Day 5
    July 1, 2016 A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

    It’s easy to see other people who could use revival. But when we get honest and pray for genuine revival, we’re always struck with our own need. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Isaiah 63:1-64:12
  • You Don’t Have to Fear God’s Wrath
    August 6, 2018 A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

    The words of Isaiah give us a lot of insight into how we can be praying for revival in our day. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Isaiah 63:1-64:12
  • God’s Tough Love
    August 7, 2018 A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

    If you’re clinging to anything that doesn’t really satisfy, He loves you enough to bring it to ruin—if that’s what’s needed to get your attention. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Isaiah 63:1-64:12
  • A Prayer for Urgent Times
    August 8, 2018 A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

    It’s easy to let our prayers become predictable and routine. But the days we’re living in require honest, heartfelt, urgent prayer. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Isaiah 63:1-64:12
  • A Picture of Revival
    August 9, 2018 A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

    Imagine with me . . . what would happen if you experienced God’s presence like never before? What if He visited you and transformed your life? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Isaiah 63:1-64:12
  • A Prayer for Urgent Times
    August 10, 2018 A Cry for Revival (Isaiah 63–64)

    It’s easy to see other people who could use revival. But when we get honest and pray for genuine revival, we’re always struck with our own need. Read or Listen →