February 2005 was the 100th anniversary of the Welsh Revival. Inspiration for this work came from a book by Lou Engle (1).
I had a dream of
Tony has also had
a vision on 21, April 2007 while in
Another Christian Chris
Vick was given a vision of fires starting up in
This all seems to point to re digging the well(s).
In February/ March 2005 started praying into it.
In June 2006 certain team mates Andy, Tony, David and Ron Jones started regularly going to Wrexham.
In December 2006
the LORD provided me with finances to go
Since have been evangelising in Wrexham on a regular basis since December 18, 2006 we have seen people come to the Lord and others roused (convicted by the Holy Spirit.)
December 16, 2006 Martin and myself have been going
In Chester Chris, Andy, Themba and Tony (sometimes) are witnessing.
I learned form another book on the Welsh Revival (3 ) that Rhosllanerchrugog (4) was the place where a local revival sparked off. Rhosllanerchrugog also was the place the revival hit its highest before dying out. When the hymn, “Here Is Love Vast An Ocean “ was sung a move of the Holy Spirit was initiated (5).
In the summer of 2006 I met a Taiwanese sister and shared with her about this topic. Since then she and others have started praying and there has been a consequent anointing of the Holy Spirit in ministry.
On the day that Tony and I have started singing the hymn “Here Is Love Vast An Ocean” we have seen little things happening. For example, people in the pub have a go at me and others are listening to every word and several young people come up afterwards and gave their hearts to Jesus. There is a spot in Wrexham (near the arch in the centre of Wrexham which leads to the market) where we get a lot of opposition that is the place where things are happening. That is where I feel the well is located.
“ No Prayer, No Power; Little Prayer, Little Power; Much Prayer, Much Power.”
1. Lou Engle with Catherine Paine, "Digging The Wells of Revival", Forward by Tommy Tenney subtitle "Reclaiming Your Historic Inheritance Through Prophetic Intercession."
2. Derek Adams,
3. Effion Evans, “The Welsh Revival of 1904”, pp 116-119, Third Edition 1987, Reprinted 2004.
4. Rhosllanerchrugog ... this is where the Welsh Revival reached its zenith during 1905 and the place where it had completely died out by 1907.
5. Kevin Adam and Pemyr Jones, “A Pictorial History Of Revival… The Outbreak Of the 1904 Welsh Awakening “, P.34 (2004).
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