The Awakening in Wales
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A newly revised and contemporized edition of this first-hand account of the Welsh revival of 1904-1905. All who read these pages will experience a longing to see God work again in similar or greater ways and will find themselves praying with the psalmist, "Wilt Thou not revive us again?"
Readers of this volume will be profoundly grateful to Jessie Penn-Lewis for her clear and unvarnished record of the facts concerning the remarkable outpouring of God's Spirit in Wales at the time of the 1903-1905 revival, and the central place given to the cross of Christ in that Divine visitation. All who read these pages will experience a longing to see God work again in similar or greater ways and will find themselves praying with the psalmist, "Wilt Thou not revive us again?" Book jacket.
Jessie Penn-Lewis (1861-1927)was an English evangelist and author. Her father was an engineer and her grandfather was a Calvinist Methodist minister. As an eyewitness to the Welsh revival of the early 1900s, Penn-Lewis wrote War on the Saints to counter what she perceived as the excesses of the revival and the deceptions of Satan at work to prevent the true work of God. Mrs Penn-Lewis also established and edited the periodical The Overcomer. War on the Saints is considered the authoritative textbook on spiritual warfare by many Christians.