Kris Valloton: Revival is coming from one generation—old, young, middle-aged; from ONE generation.”

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As I type these words, there is a generation that God is intentionally and substantially pouring His Spirit out on; do you know which one it is?

Several have prophesied, even from the Bethel stage, that an ocean of God’s revival would be poured out wildly on the generations of youth, but those that have said this are misguided and ultimately have misheard. In fact, I dropped to my knees and wept about the fifth time I heard a prophet declare this from a stage. I ran out of the service in hopes to get a grip when God spoke plainly and directly to me.

He said, “Revival is not coming from the youth. My prophets are speaking from the second heaven! Revival is coming from one generation—old, young, middle-aged; from ONE generation.”

The “one generation” God is speaking of is in reference to the ancient promise that He would pour His Spirit out on “all flesh.” This was fulfilled on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2) and explains why “one generation” in God encompasses generations-old, young, and each generation in-between. God is holding nothing back from His people—all ages will demonstrate supernatural signs of personal reconciliation with God by way of the Holy Spirit. It’s encumbered upon me to tell you that you are not omitted from revival, rather God is restoring your connection with Him in such sovereign ways right now that it will be hard to miss God’s thoughts and plans for you.

If you feel that God has turned his gaze from you, I want to encourage you to read this week’s blog. I not only share what I believe the distinct signature of revival is, but I open up and give you a few ways that I personally revive my relationship with God and refresh my spirit.

My prayer for you this week is that you will recognize that God is not withholding anything from you and that you are the embodiment of God’s revival.

Many Blessings,
Kris Vallotton

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