Since the beginning of the church there have been great times of revival by the power of the Holy Spirit. In the Day of Thy Power by Arthur Wallis is filled with encouragement and unfolds the conditions by which God still comes to bring refreshing. Written in 1956, In the Day of Thy Power was an immediate success and has become a classic on the subject of revival.
Oh, that You would rend the heavens! That You would come down! Millions have prayed that, and pray it now. In the Day of Thy Power is filled with plentiful quotations from eyewitnesses of revival and with inescapable biblical authority for such times of refreshing . . . from the presence of the Lord. It unfolds the conditions by which God still comes, as in apostolic days, with mighty signs and wonders, by the power of the Spirit of God. This first book of Arthur Wallis, written in 1956, was an immediate success when first published and has become a classic on the subject of revival.
Arthur Wallis was an internationally known author and leader in what became known as the house church movement in Great Britain. Born in Dublin in 1922, he was the younger son of Reginald Wallis, a well-known convention speaker and author of several Christian books. His fatherâ·s death in 1940 precipitated a spiritual crisis for Arthur, and he sensed a call to full-time ministry. After military service in World War II, Wallis fulfilled his call to ministry, later serving on a leadership team overseeing a family of more than thirty churches. He also devoted himself to a worldwide speaking and writing ministry. He went on to author ten books, including the classic bestseller God's Chosen Fast.
Written in 1956, In the Day of Thy Power was an immediate success and has become a classic on revival.