4 governing principles of Hebrides Revival
Four governing principles of Hebrides Revival
1. rightly related to God, Psalm 24, clean hands and a pure heart
prayer meeting pleading the promises, a confidence in God that caused them to hope in His Word.
2. conviction that God, being a convenant-keeping God, must keep His covenant engagements.
For I will pour water upon him that is thirsty, and floods upon the dry ground: I will pour my spirit upon thy seed, and My blessing upon thine offspring:
3. be prepared for God to work in His own way and not according to their program.
4. There must be a manifestation of God, demonstrating the reality of the Divine in operation, when men would be forced to say, “This is the Lord’s doing."
A small prayer gathering that led to the Hebrides Revival of 1949.
(The Lewis Awakening with Duncan Campbell)