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Time for a Second Reformation? Why Some Say Another ‘Revival’ Is Not Enough By Paul Strand

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Many Christians believe they’ve lost the culture war and their nation is slipping away. Some say a Third Great Awakening could rescue it. But others say it’ll take more than a nationwide revival. It’ll take a world-changing Reformation to win for Jesus what’s promised Him.

In the prophetic Psalm 2:8, God the Father says to Jesus “…I will make the nations your inheritance, the ends of the earth your possession.”

The resurrected Jesus told His followers in Matthew 28:19, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations…”

Evangelical Christians are used to the idea of leading individual souls to Christ and discipling them, but in the light of these scriptures, is that too small a mission?

Pastor Mario Bramnick of the Latino Coalition for Israel advised the GOP and Trump campaign before the election and the Trump White House since. He told CBN News individual evangelism is crucial.

“People are very important,” he stated. “Salvation and evangelism are important.”

Thinking Way Too Small?

But he also pointed out salvations one-by-one won’t turn a whole nation, and revivals don’t last long enough. Reformation, though, can fundamentally change, or re-form, a country.

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