TEXT: Ephesians 4:30-31
A.W. Tozer said, "One hundred religious persons knit into a unity by careful organization do not constitute a church any more than eleven dead men make a football team. The first requisite is life, always."
Leonard Ravenhill said, "If you want a new personality, I'll tell you this: the only way to get it is to have a prayer life. You can't pray and be unclean; you can't pray and hold a grudge; you can't pray and have bitterness. We blame the devil so much, but many of us sabotage our own prayer lives."
In their book, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever, Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter share with us: "After his salvation, Peter Cartwright was given an “exhorter’s license” by the Methodist Church, recognizing the fact that he was already traveling and preaching to small groups. The next year, the presiding Methodist elder gave him permission to form a circuit of churches in a new region of Kentucky. Cartwright protested, claiming that he was uneducated and an immatur