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Dr. Wilkinson states, “But how could turning from my wicked ways be a condition of revival? I had always thought acts of repentance and obedience were the results of revival, not the conditions for it. I had incorrectly thought that when God finally decided, in his sovereignty, to send revival, then I’d finally have the power to overcome my sins. So ultimately, then, who was I blaming for my wicked ways? In my confusion, who did I feel was responsible for not sending revival and solving all my problems? God! I sought for a way to escape full responsibility for my action-and found none. If I wanted God to hear, forgive and heal, then I must first turn from my wicked ways. Could revival be that clear? Could revival be within the grasp of any of us who choose to obey God’s conditions? Yes, II Chronicles 7:14 forever answers the question of who is responsible to act so that revival can and will occur” (Seven Laws of the Learner pg. 353).

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