Don’t miss purpose of Asbury revival … and get ready South Africa! — Kynan Bridges

Dr Kynan Bridges

The current move of God on university campuses in parts of America is genuine but it is not meant to be just a social media spectacle we talk about, warns US pastor Dr Knyan Bridges in a message he posted on YouTube yesterday.

“I’m in no way addressing the leaders of the Asbury revival. I’m talking about those onlookers, those of us who are onlookers, those of us who are seeing from afar or even up close to what God is doing. We need to make sure that we steward this move of God and that we feed into it,” he says.

Bridges emphasises that extended “tarrying” in prayer and worship is normal New Testament Christianity. He says our churches ought to have been having such meetings and God is establishing “a new normal for the Body of Christ”.

“This revival is not meant to stop. When you revive somebody the whole point is to awaken them to function as intended, to establish a new precedent for prayer and intercession, that we would develop the wineskin necessary to steward what God desires.

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“It is meant to be an ember that causes us to develop a wineskin in the Body of Christ that will steward the move of God in a fresh way. And if we see it in any other way there is a danger — and it won’t last,” he says.

“I believe that what is happening at Asbury and is happening at Lee University and Cedarville is meant to happen in churches all over the country, all over the globe. I believe it’s going happen in South Africa. I believe, as I said this before — I believe a worship sound and a worship/prophetic prayer movement is about to come out of South Africa like never before,” he said.

You can watch Bridge’s message below:

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