Fire of Consecration
By Kenneth Haney
King David asked the people a question: ” . . . And who then is willing to consecrate his service this day unto the Lord?” (I Chronicles 29:5). God is asking the same question of today’s Church.
The revival power of the Church is simply the sum total of the full consecration of each individual member. David prayed a prayer in Psalm 39:3: “My heart was hot within me, while I was musing the fire burned . . . ” He was praying a prayer of consecration: “Deliver me from all my transgressions . . . ” (Psalm 3 9: 8).
Florence Nightingale at thirty wrote in her diary, “I am thirty years of age, the age at which Christ began His mission. Now no more childish things, no more vain things. Now, Lord, let me think only of Thy will.” Years later, near the end of her illustrious, heroic life she was asked for her life’s secret, and she replied, “Well, I can only give one explanation. That is, I have kept nothing back from God.” More…
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