I am persuaded that without revival in the pulpit we will continue the downward spiral to becoming a pagan nation that awaits the judgment of Almighty God.
Men who say they are called of God to a ministry of proclamation must come to the pulpit without fear, without a desire for success, and certainly without a thought of what men may think, say, or do.
The pulpit is not a place for stand-up comics, cowards, CEOs, or laziness. There is too much gray in the pulpit. There must be a return to black and white preaching, to doctrine, and to theology under the anointing of God.
Where are the prophets of today? We need men of power, not puppets; men of conviction who are spirit-filled, full of faith, and are obedient to the call of God.
Some pastors need revival and some need to quit. (Do some need salvation?) May each of us examine our hearts and calling in the light of His word and glory.