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Is this the start of the great end times revival?

On February 10, 2023, students and visitors participate in a revival service held at Hughes Auditorium at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. (Photo: Sarah Thomas Baldwin / Facebook)

Is this the start of the great end times revival?

Habakkuk 1:5 AMP
[The LORD replied,] "Look among the nations! See! Be astonished! Wonder! For I am doing something in your days- You would not believe it if you were told.

On February 8th 2023 in Wilmore, KY at Asbury Collage Campus Chapel a boy came forward and started confessing his flaws and revival started and as of right now hasn’t stopped.

Chapel Service that started the Asbury Collage Revival


James 5:16 AMP
Therefore, confess your sins to one another [your false steps, your offenses], and pray for one another, that you may be healed and restored. The heartfelt and persistent prayer of a righteous man (believer) can accomplish much [when put into action and made effective by God-it is dynamic and can have tremendous power].

They are reporting Shekinah Glory clouds around the Asbury campus. And this is just ONE of EIGHTEEN locations

Barbara Yoder –

I don’t want you to think I wrote this! I copied it from Cathy Paulino Braun’s Facebook. Powerful testimony of what’s happening at Asbury University in Wilmore, KY. Jim Garlow originally passed this on I believe.

Asbury Revival Update:
Jim Garlow: This first hand report from Asbury from Kris and Kim Derby (sent to me by Barry Maguire) is so insightful, so explanatory and so encouraging.

Kris & Kim Derby:
From the very first day, we were there, taking it all in—we heard it with our own ears, saw it with our own eyes, verified it with our own hands. The Word of Life appeared right before our eyes; we saw it happen! And now we’re telling you in most sober prose that what we witnessed was, incredibly, this: The infinite Life of God himself took shape before us. We saw it, we heard it, and now we’re telling you so you can experience it along with us, this experience of communion with the Father and his Son, Jesus Christ. Our motive for writing is simply this: We want you to enjoy this, too. Your joy will double our joy!–
I John 1:1-4

–Last Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 11:00 a.m., the Holy Spirit filled Hughes Auditorium (our chapel) and has not let up. Again and again, people report experiencing God like they never have before in their lives.
–Early on, thick clouds came down and settled around our campus…I will never forget how it seemed to be the visible thick presence of Jesus settling in on us.
— The movement of God is across the generations–from 93 years old to 2 weeks old–they have shown up. College students arriving with backpacks and pillows, wheelchairs and elderly people, babies in strollers, in arms and in front packs. Children and many teenagers. And of course, at the heart– Gen Z.
–The Holy Spirit lit the wick of Gen Z, and now people from around the nation are putting their candle into the fire, experiencing the goodness and grace of God.
–Many testimonies from college students about release from anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation. Come Lord Jesus! This generation needs this.
–Words that people keep saying to me about their experience: LOVE of God, JOY of Jesus–“I have never experienced this! I have never felt Jesus like this!” I hear this all day every day for 7 days.
–News of incoming students–constant updates about colleges pulling up at all hours of day and night. Another bus is coming! 50 arrive tomorrow. 100 expected tonight!
–No lyrics! Can you even imagine this, churchgoers? Except for two hours in our planned morning chapel services–not a lyric to be seen for 168 hours. It’s just been simple.
–Afternoon testimony time! Hearing people testify to the goodness of God with incredible testimonies often about freedom from addiction, healing of relationship, a word of blessing proclaimed.
–Food arriving unrequested, day in and day out for the ministry team. A beautiful table with flowers and scripture laid out for us, piled high with every kind of healthy snack. Homemade baked potato soup, a grandma’s hummingbird cake, scotchies, homemade cheese balls, vegetable platters, mountains of chick-fil-a, protein bars, protein drinks, fruit.
–So much food arriving for students unrequested, 50 pizzas at a time (again and again)!!!, anonymous Chick-fil-a massive drop off, a mom who made chocolate chip cookies all day in Indianapolis and drove them here in the evening
–A food truck (showing up today!)–“God told me to cook for God’s people for free, here I am!”
–The student who has felt called to create and staff a coffee station for the last 7 days. She took it on herself (she said Jesus called her to it), to make coffee for hundreds with two keurigs. She ran out of cups and prayed for more cups. She got more cups.🙂
–Mostly student worship leaders (volunteer in every way) who have led in worship from about 9:00 a.m.-3:00 a.m. every day (sometimes the full 24 hours), without stopping. Coordinated by an incredible husband & wife ministry team from Asbury who have pastored and organized these leaders with such grace and wisdom.
–Testimony by a young man named Gage from Michigan–the JOY abundant in his whole being! I will not forget his face and words.
–“May I pray for you?”, “May I pray for you?”, “May I pray for you?” A prayer team of volunteers, trained and prepared all day and into the night.
–A healing of a freshman who due to a mild cerebral palsy had never run before–running!
–SO MANY people who have shared–I was here in 1970, I was here in 1953!!!!, when God showed up. I had to come back, I had to come back.
–“Christian celebrities” unannounced and without introduction or crowd awareness in the room
— A crowd waiting to get into Hughes. Like hundreds of people waiting. Seating people 2 here, 3 here throughout the evening as others leave.
–A core team that has fully shared leadership–we have leaned in a discerned every step of the way together–trying to keep our balance on the surfboard of the wave of God.
–Asbury volunteers (and now others!) who have showed up 24-hours a day. Everyone mobilized and supported 24-hour infrastructure for crowds on a dime.
–Some point (maybe last Friday?), we saw the crowds were picking up and we started planning an evening event for what would be 3000 in literally under an hour–pivot, adapt, move, change, stretch, grow.
–The infrastructure of it all has been a text thread. I just love this. For all my spreadsheets, organizational plans for all the administrative work we do at AU, when it comes down to it, we have had a text thread keeping us in step with each other. Literally minute by minute.
–Somewhere early in this…without talking to each other about it at first–we just stopped introducing ourselves at the mic when we gathered people (with the exception of the actual 10-11 chapel hours, M/W/F). Nameless. It just seemed unimportant to even say our names. When we coordinate so very carefully introductions all throughout the year at AU, now it has been just been about Jesus.
–We are really tired, pray for us for strength and discernment. Overall, we are a really joyful bunch. It’s hard to leave at night, even at by 1:00 a.m. We have to push each other out the door. It’s like proud new parents who can’t leave to go out for that first date without the baby–we all feel tender to what God is doing in our midst.
–I have felt the prayers of hundreds, sustaining and supporting. So much encouragement and kindness. Thank you. I will remember these days for the rest of my life and how much love and grace came to us. It’s all a gift. My faith is encouraged. Thank you.

I love it. It’s ALL about HIM! If you are at another outpouring location, take notes!

Whitney Jasnoch –

Revival in Asbury: Update:

“Some prominent ministers and famous gospel singers have been calling the University asking to “lend their services.”

They are politely, but firmly, being told: You can come, like anyone else. And if you can find a seat at the back of the auditorium, you’re welcome to worship with us.

But we don’t want church as usual. Not the agendas. Not the programs. Not the showboating.

The simple worship and meeting will continue to be led by a humble group of students, under the direction of the Holy Spirit.

Basically, the response has been: Don’t try to hi-jack this sovereign move of God, and make it about you.

THIS is how you steward a REAL revival.

And that’s why this historic movement broke out, again, in a little chapel @ Asbury University– rather than at countless “It’s all about Me” churches across America.

At Asbury, their desire is simple: To honour and serve a Holy God, while hosting His Presence. “

Via Nicole Springs

What started in Wilmore, Ky is now spreading across the nation below are a sample of them

James 4:8, ESV: Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded.

There is a group called “Carry the Love” https://carrythelove.com/

That goes to college campuses and high schools there is a powerful move of God not just in Asbury but it’s spreading all over the country.

Message from 2020 on the awakening

The awakening has begun; not within the nation, not within the mega church; not in desperation, but in preparation. Will you abandon the traditions of men? Will you abandon religion, pre-conceived ideologies, dogmas and doctrines? Will you abandon all doubt and fear and follow Me https://444prophecynews.com/the-stirring-the-rumbling-the-revival-ali-winters/

2 Chronicles 7:14 AMP
and My people, who are called by My Name, humble themselves, and pray and seek (crave, require as a necessity) My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear [them] from heaven, and forgive their sin and heal their land.

This video from a year ago talks about a glory revival coming

Three Visits of Revival on USA




I spend most of the day trying to put this together. And looking for a video I saw a few weeks ago. It said that Kentucky was key for the coming revival and Kentucky is shaped like a key. If you have the link for it please email it to me.


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