Posts Tagged ‘Leonard Ravenhill’

26th May
2011
written by Cullen Webb

No, that’s not a typo or a repost.   Harold Camping is admitting that he had the details wrong, but he wont admit that he’s totally wrong.  He claims that October 21 is the “real” day of destruction.  It’s for really real this time people.  Maybe.

Camping says that God did come, and he has judged us.  Claiming that we have all been judged spiritually and are now awaiting either destruction or deliverance on October 21st.  So all his followers believe that it doesn’t matter what they do in the following months, because God has already judged them and the world is going to end anyway.

Do you see anything dangerous here?

If I told you that you could do anything you wanted today and God would still send you to heaven, and that if you get caught doing it you won’t stay in prison very long because the world is going to end tomorrow, what would your flesh recommend you do?

Yikes.

Needless to say, I won’t be sweaty in October.   Harold will be, but I won’t.  As Leonard Ravenhill put it, “Someday some simple soul will come along, read the Bible and believe it, and put all the so-called learned bible scholars to shame.”

-Cullen Webb

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3rd February
2011
written by Cullen Webb

“The first time He came, He entered by a woman’s womb. And no one saw Him enter.

The next time He comes, ‘every eye Shall see Him!’

The first time He came as a Lamb.

The next time He is coming as the Lion of the tribe of Judah.

The first time He came to redeem.

The next time He is coming to reign.

The first time He came to die.

The next time He is going to raise the dead!

The first time men asked, ‘Where is He that is born king of the Jews?’

The next time He is coming as the King of kings!

The first time He got a crown of thorns.

The next time He will get a crown of glory and of gold (Rev. 14:14).

The first time He came in poverty, to a stable.

The next time He is coming in power.

The first time He had an escort of angels.

The next time ‘He cometh with ten thousand of his saints.’

The first time He came in meekness.

The next time He is coming in majesty!”

-Leonard Ravenhill in “America is too young to die”, pg. 60-61.

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25th May
2009
written by Cullen Webb

Sent out via www.RevivalSchool.com newsletter.

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More GREAT QUOTES from LEONARD RAVENHILL
“Today’s church wants to be raptured from responsibility.”

“Testimonies are wonderful. But, so often our lives don’t fit our
testimonies.”

[Concerning one of the new "movements" in the church that was
causing a stir among Christians:] “There’s also a stir when the
circus comes to town.”

“My main ambition in life is to be on the Devil’s most wanted list.”

“You can’t develop character by reading books. You develop it
from conflict.”

“When there’s something in the Bible that churches don’t like,
they call it: legalism.’”

“Our seminaries today are turning out dead men.”

“How can you pull down strongholds of Satan if you don’t even
have the strength to turn off your TV?”

“Everyone recognizes that Stephen was Spirit-filled when he was
performing wonders. Yet, he was just as Spirit-filled when he was
being stoned to death.”

“If a Christian is not having tribulation in the world, there’s
something wrong!”

[Concerning the fixation that today's church has with numbers,
with growth at any price:] “The church has paid a terrible price for
statistics!”

“You can have all of your doctrines right, yet still not have the
presence of God.”

“Many pastors criticize me for taking the Gospel so seriously. But
do they really think that on Judgment Day, Christ will chastise me,
saying, ‘Leonard, you took Me too seriously?”

“If Jesus had preached the same message that ministers preach
today, He would never have been crucified.”

“If the whole church goes off into deception, that will in no way
excuse us for not following Christ.”

We try organizing – we should try agonizing.

If a man will stand before God he will never kneel before men.

‘”I have nothing and possess all things.”… The church today has
everything yet possesses nothing.’

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