Come Down, Lord!

Weight 0.16 lbs
Dimensions 7.13 × 4.75 × 0.2 in

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Jul 31, 1988



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Come Down, Lord! is a succinct, readable and biblically-based treatment of the vital theme of revival. Its seven short chapters go directly to the heart of the matter, as their headings indicate: We miss You; We need you; We wait for You; We will meet You; We have wronged You; We belong to You; We beseech You.

Taking as his starting place the widespread absence of the sense of God’s holy presence and our need of his grace, Roger Ellsworth traces the profound analysis of the church’s spiritual decay outlined in Isaiah 63:3-64:12, and applies its message to our times: ‘We have heard for years that if we do not repent of our sins, God will send judgment upon us. We may think we are getting by with sin because things do not appear to be so bad. What most of us do not realize is God’s judgment has already set in. Our apathy about spiritual things is God’s judgement upon us’. While calculated to expose our spiritual need, Come Down, Lord! will also stimulate repentance, prayer and fresh faith in the promised mercy of God. This revised edition contains questions for discussion at the end of each chapter.

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1 we miss you 1
2 we need you 9
3 we wait for you 17
4 we will meet you 25
5 we have wronged you 32
6 we belong to you 40
7 we beseech you 48
Epilogue 56

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  1. smv122560

    I thank God for this book, it help rekindle the fire of God in me. This book was recommended by the late Leonard Ravenhill. When I read this book it truly convicted me of my need for a closer walk with God. I purchased several of these books for friends and church members. We actually went through this book in our bible studies at our church. I hope you begin to print this book again because it is a difference maker. This book maybe small but it carries a sincere message about getting ourselves together and going after God with all our heart. Thank you

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