When we enter the rooms of hope, we find revival. Not the revival of old, this is a new revival. This revival is subtle yet demands attention. In this revival, people are transformed. We walk through the doors of recovery, and when we leave, we have changed. It doesn’t matter if we’ve been in recovery for 1 day or 30 years; in the rooms of revival, we become altered.
In the rooms of revival, The Holy Spirit’s presence is thick. Here we talk more about coming out of hell than going to hell. We’ve been through hell, and none of us wants to go back. We are all equal at the foot of the cross. There’s no “us” and “them” in these rooms. Christ, in these rooms, is the great equalizer.
Revival brings new hope and purpose to our lives. In this new revival, The Holy Spirit sparks a flame in our souls. We see things in new ways and with new eyes. Revival is not in a room or under a tent. Revival fires our spirits and drives us towards undiscovered territory. In recovery, we understand that we are the new revival.
Written by Jackell.