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Glory in the Glen: A History of Evangelical Revivals in Scotland 1880-1940Tom LennieChristian Focus / 2009 / Trade Paperback$13.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Scotland has arguably the most varied, colourful and longstanding history of evangelical revivals in the world. Focusing on the period between 1527-1857 Tom Lennie provides an illuminating account of many an exciting time. Scotland's true revival legacy is wide and varied and Lennie draws on a variety of sources to bring together this comprehensive resource. Land of Many Revivals examines how revival happened in different ways across Scotland and looks at the legacy left in these communities.
-Rev Robert Owen Evans,
Revival historian, astronomer and retired minister of the Uniting Church in Australia
...a historically accurate, theologically framed and inspirationally written page turner documenting the multiple and varied Holy Spirit sent and Gospel saturated revivals in the land of Scotland.
-Harry L. Reeder,
Pastor of Preaching & Leadership, Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama
...a welcome addition to the literature. It is a wonderful story, and Tom tells it well... May the same divine work which shaped the church in the past continue to come in power to revive us again.
-Iain D. Campbell,
Minister, Point Free Church of Scotland, Isle of Lewis
This volume amply fulfils the promise of its title by surveying the vast range of religious revivals enjoyed in Scotland down to 1857. Tom Lennie has identified them with care and chronicled them with great sympathy.
Professor of History, University of Stirling, Stirling
...For any student of historic revival and Christian biography this book is a must read and will yield extensive knowledge of God's works of grace in that great land of the Reformation, as well as inspiration to cry out to God to do such great works again.
...I know of no work covering the same ground at the same depth... challenging, inspiring and informative. This book is a classic to be added to any literature on the subject of revival.
Tom Lennie treats us to a careful and well-written chronicle of thirty-three decades of God's amazing grace manifested in revival power in Scotland between 1527 and 1857. Tom shows how, in all but one of these decades, a revival movement of some significance arose in some corner of Scotland. Throughout the period covered, every single county of Scotland was touched by the Spirit of God at least once and most counties were touched on numerous occasions. Check out from the contents pages when and where God was at work in revival power in your area and be encouraged to pray for further outpourings of the Spirit in these spiritually needy days.
Land of Many Revivals is an exceptional work and will rank as one of the greatest research resources available on revivals in Scotland. This stirring work simply has to provoke even the hardest skeptic to think again about the intervention of an Almighty God in the affairs of the nations, particularly Scotland. Certainly, this is a noteworthy and timely work.
Do not find comfort in nostalgia, but rather as you read these pages may they be an instrument in the hand of Almighty God by which we are "made to wrestle with God for His promised presence, for his Spirit and blessing."