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5.3 End time waves of revival of the truth

End time waves of revival of the truth
Up until 1900, the Holy Spirit was the Godhead's most neglected person. Without this "supernatural dimension" Christianity, easily fades away until it resembles other religions, and fewer people become saved. But wherever the gifts of the Spirit and power for healing are released, the fading trend is reversed.

The Pentecostal movement in the beginning of the 1900's was the first wave of the Spirit. With the charismatic wave of the 60's and 70's, the message began to spread further to other churches and denominations. Currently, Christianity is growing by about 160,000 people per day, which exceeds the population growth in the third world. The numbers could reach 1-1.5 billion confessing Christians by the beginning of the 21st century.

Some goals for the revival of the end times should be:
  • that all peoples would be able to hear the gospel, see the sick being healed, and that selfish people would have a change of lifestyle.
  • that Christians would experience God's love, even in the financial realm, in order to have enough to give to others.
  • God's highest purpose is not to condemn the world, but to save as many as possible, and to mark his servants with his seal of protection before the coming tribulations.

Therefore I believe in a short period of continuing world peace, during which God desires to demonstrate his great goodness to the world.

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