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Revival Cry is inspirational, enlightening and entertaining. The quality of writing far exceeds what you would expect from a debut book. Unlike many Christian books today in our mass-production culture, Kent is not just regurgitating what has already been said or pushing his own agenda. Rather, he has aligned himself with a greater Spirit led global movement of prayer and lasting transformational revival and offers an exquisite tool to help the rest of us jump on board. Revival Cry is a perfect blend of practical and philosophical. It addresses and engages our modern American culture without sacrificing the timeless principles of the Bible. It is eloquent in style yet straight-forward and simplistic enough for any level of reader or Christian. Every chapter compels you do dig deeper into yourself and analyze the world around you and then leaves you with a hunger to dig deeper into God and make a difference in your community and world.
My husband and I are spearheading a prayer/evangelistic/revival initiative in a very difficult coal/oil community in the U.S. We are blessed to know Kent personally. He remains our largest inspiration and mentor. His teachings propel us to continue contending for revival, even when surrounding circumstances threaten to drown us. Kent is the personification of what he teaches. It wouldn't surprise me at all if history remembers him as a 21st century Finney, Tozer or Wesley.
As the cover claims, this is truly a world-class unique book, undoubtedly inspired.