"We stand in great danger of being satisfied." Denny Kenaston's heart was burdened to have real revival and to motivate further prayer for it. He warned against dead orthodoxy (correct doctrine without life) and even enjoying God's blessings so as to not pursue God's best. The inspiration for the address came from Duncan Campbell's "When God Stepped Down", an accounting of the amazing Hebrides revival around 1952.
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