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Asbury Student: 'We Will Keep Going as Long as the Holy Spirit Tells Us':
People continue to ask Alexandra Presta if the Asbury University Revival, which has been going on non-stop for a week in the school's chapel, was planned.
The answer? An unequivocal "no."
In an interview with CBN and Faithwire's Billy Hallowell, Presta, the editor of the school's newspaper, The Asbury Collegian, says there is no way she and her fellow students could have concocted this monumental happening in the body of Christ.
Pastor Greg Locke Seeking Revival's Glory at Asbury:
As word of revival happening at Asbury College takes the Christian world by storm, believers from across the nation are flocking to Wilmore, Kentucky, to bask in the glory of God.
Pastor Greg Locke of Global Vision Bible Church in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, is joining the throngs of Christians making their way to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Asbury University's Hughes Memorial Auditorium.
"I really think there's been a pocket of people that have prayed and fasted and longed for the Lord to really just do it again [revival]," Locke shared in a Charisma News exclusive interview.
Jim Garlow: Is Asbury Revival the Third Great Awakening?:
People across social media are calling out what is going on at Asbury University as the start of a revival. Jim Garlow was one of the first people to post about the Asbury University revival and what he was hearing from leaders at the auditorium. I sat down with Garlow to talk about whether or not this move of God is the start of the Third Great Awakening.
"I'm praising God. This is a remarkable moment that we've cried out for. Now we'll see what God's going to do with this. I think this could be the big one, the one we have longed for, the revival that could go global," Garlow says.
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