MOSES was a good man. There really wasn't anything wrong with him. It was just that as a leader he hadn't kept up with the times. Back in Father Abraham's day they could insist on high standards and old-fashioned religion. But this was a new day, one that called for new ideas and a new approach. . .
NOTHING would please the Lord more or stir up the devil faster than a genuine revival. Nothing would more quickly prepare the church for its modern Pentecost and the finishing of the work or more surely thin the ranks, threaten our finances, and invite renewed persecution than an all-out, whole-souled revival. . .
THE call to the church of today is to advance on all fronts. It is a new and vigorous appeal with a militant ring and an air of hopeful expectancy. What if this should be the hour of destiny, our day of Pentecost? Surely the times call for a power and a purpose in the hearts of God's people to meet the tragic need of a world's end.