Fantastic book. Leonard pulls no punches and gets to the heart of the matter where the church has failed and what we should be doing far more of.....praying! Church is not a building, it's not where we go, it's who we are and what we are for God. Please read, it will affect you! God bless.
You can lead a horse to water but you can not make him drink. You can also remove a horse from a burning barn only to find that same horse run back to the place from which he was removed. Mr. Ravenhill's book,"Why Revival Tarries" serves as a directional device for the christian that will honestly admit that he or she has not surrendered all yet with humility is willing to learn. The answer to the question,"Why Revival Tarries" is answered throughout these pages. Fellow christian you will soon realize that you have been lead to water....enjoy!
Honestly it was the most boring Christian book I've ever read. I haven't read that many books, but it WAS boring. I thought that it was going to ignite a flame in me when I bought it but the only thing it did was make me sleepy. The reason this is, is because Ravenhill does not have the gift of teaching. The gift of evangelism or mercy, yes, I can definitely see. But he didn't teach in this book, he preached. He didn't quote or comment and many Bible verses. Ravenhill preached alot about our passion for God and that we need to have more passion for Him and for lost souls. But he never tells you how to attain that passion. He just tells you that you need to have it. If you really want a passion for God, this is how to get it: read and meditate on God's Word, pray, and trust Him when He allows you to go through the furnace of affliction to test you. Hardships come that you might become more holy as He is holy; and if you really believe this you will love God for it. If you would like to read a good book on prayer then read Charles Spurgeon, "The Power of Prayer in a Believer's Life."