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The Ark of the Covenant was the greatest treasure in Solomon’s Temple, but when Jerusalem and the Temple fell, the Ark vanished from history. What happened to the Bible’s most sacred object?
The Bible’s exodus is an exciting chronicle from Scripture, yet scholars and archaeologists have squabbled over the account for centuries. What was the Red Sea? Where is Mount Sinai? Is there any evidence for Joseph, Moses and Ancient Israel in Egypt? The answer must be yes.
Samuel Howells (1912-2004) was the Director of the Bible College of Wales in Swansea from 1950 to 2004 and Emmanuel School from 1950 to 1994. He was a shy and unassuming man, yet his Christian faith, and the faith of those who worked in the Swansea base on Derwen Fawr Road, encouraged many around the world.
“We feel sometimes that we could put everything to one side and concentrate on intercession,” said Samuel, son of Rees Howells. “We feel now that prayer is not sufficient. Ordinary prayer will not touch this at all. There is a need for the ministry of intercession and intercession will succeed each time” – Samuel Rees Howells.
Christians are in danger of romanticising past revivals by forgetting the controversies and missing out on future moves of God by failing to learn the lessons of revival history. This is the conclusion of one revival historian after over a decade of studying moves of God.
Christian history is exploding with accounts of outpourings of God’s Spirit, yet some doubt revival is possible. One British author is challenging this doubt and trying to inspire faith for the next Christian revival.
Surveys reveal over ninety-five percent of people who respond in evangelistic campaigns fail away within two years. When Peter preached in Acts 2, people were cut to the heart and changed forever, but today Christians are familiar with never seeing the ‘converts’ ever again.