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This song came spontaneously to Joe during worship at a time of intense spiritual warfare. In Rev. 18:1-2 an angel with great authority comes down from heaven. The angel has these words on his lips, “Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great!”. This angel has the wonderful mission of declaring that Babylon (which represents the works of satan) has come to an end. What an exciting day that will be!

This phrase out of God’s Word became a declaration we made over and over again as it built up faith in us for what the end of the story would be. Jesus reigns forever!!
The songs, exhortations, and prophecies in this series of podcasts were birthed spontanously during worship at The Love Church between July 1990 and August 1993. The recording and mixes vary in quality, but the message of God speaking through His people and His people speaking to Him is loud and clear… “Lord, we sing to You a new song”.

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Some wish to live within the sound of a chapel bell; I wish to run a
rescue mission within a yard of hell. — C.T. Studd

We talk of the Second Coming; half the world has never heard of
the first. — Oswald J. Smith

No one has the right to hear the gospel twice, while there remains
someone who has not heard it once. — Oswald J. Smith

Give me one hundred preachers who fear nothing but sin, and
desire nothing but God, and I care not a straw whether they be
clergymen or laymen; such alone will shake the gates of hell and
set up the kingdom of heaven on earth. — John Wesley

While women weep, as they do now, I’ll fight; while children go
hungry, as they do now I’ll fight; while men go to prison, in and out,
in and out, as they do now, I’ll fight; while there is a drunkard left,
while there is a poor lost girl upon the streets, while there remains
one dark soul without the light of God, I’ll fight – I’ll fight to the very
end!  — William Booth

Quotes from Leonard Ravenhill:

“A popular evangelist reaches your emotions. A true prophet
reaches your conscience.”

“The last words of Jesus to the church (in Revelation) were ‘Repent!’”

“I doubt that more than two percent of professing Christians in the
United States are truly born again.”

“What good does it do to speak in tongues on Sunday if you have
been using your tongue during the week to curse and gossip?”

“Why do we expect to be better treated in this world than Jesus was?”

“Today’s church wants to be raptured from responsibility.”

“My main ambition in life is to be on the Devil’s most wanted list.”

“When there’s something in the Bible that churches don’t like,
they call it ‘legalism.’”

“There’s a difference between changing your opinion, and changing
your lifestyle.”

“Our seminaries today are turning out dead men.”

“How can you pull down strongholds of Satan if you don’t even
have the strength to turn off your TV?”

“Everyone recognizes that Stephen was Spirit-filled when he was
performing wonders. Yet, he was just as Spirit-filled when he was
being stoned to death.”

“If a Christian is not having tribulation in the world, there’s
something wrong!”

“Many pastors criticize me for taking the Gospel so seriously. But
do they really think that on Judgment Day, Christ will chastise me,
saying, ‘Leonard, you took Me too seriously’?”

“If Jesus had preached the same message that ministers preach
today, He would never have been crucified.”  — Leonard Ravenhill.

“The fundamental difference between many of us and the rich
young ruler is this: He believed what Jesus said was required of
him to inherit eternal life and walked away sadly, while we don’t
believe what Jesus said was required of us to inherit life and walk
away rejoicing in our self deception.” — Brother David.

“Are you saying that there is a price to pay to follow Jesus?
I can’t just believe the right things? I have to actually do something
that may encroach upon my comfort zone?
Now I remember! I am to pick up my cross daily if I want to be His
disciple.”  — Dennis Curtis

“If you’re having trouble trying to figure out if you’re lukewarm, then
let me help you out: If you’re not on fire for God in this life, then
you’ll be on fire in hell during the next!”  — Unknown.

Jesse Morrell comments:
These are two Ravenhill quotes that I think have hit me harder then
anything else he has ever said:

“Finney never made an altar call within the first twenty eight nights
of preaching. Most of our evangelists don’t have twenty eight
sermons. Twenty eight nights in a row and he never made an altar
call. He didn’t preach the love of God. He didn’t say “you’re a
sinner, God loves you.” He said “God is angry with the wicked
every day” (Ps 7:11) which the Word of God says. He didn’t
preach grace, he preached Law. He didn’t preach love, he
preached judgment. He didn’t preach heaven, he preached hell. He
didn’t say “you’re a wonderful person” he said  “you’re a rebel”. But
he got results. 64% of D. L. Moody’s converts backslid, 72% of
the converts Finney got stood because he knew how to attack the
human will, not just the emotions.” — Leonard Ravenhill.

“I don’t believe there is a man on the whole TV that preaches
salvation. They preach forgiveness. Forgiveness is not salvation.
They point out “there’s a man in bed with some other man’s wife in
a Motel”. “Oh you know the Lord loves you just as you are.” Well
then why get changed? Commit adultery as much as you like. He
still loves you. Be a cheat, be a liar, be a thief, and be a failure.
He still loves you. But there’s a scripture. Isn’t it the Psalms 7….
where it says “God is angry with the wicked every day.” I heard
somebody quote today “God loves you but hates your sin” that’s
bunken. God hates you for committing the sin. Is God going to
take your sins and judge them at the Judgment and leave you
alone?” — Leonard Ravenhill.

-Found on the Forum at-  http://www.revivalschool.com

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The chorus of “Faithful and True” came to Joe Cuda during a time when we were worshiping Jesus as the victor. Ken Brooks added the great verses during another service and is singing lead on the verses in this podcast.

The songs, exhortations, and prophecies in this series of podcasts were birthed spontanously during worship at The Love Church between July 1990 and August 1993. The recording and mixes vary in quality, but the message of God speaking through His people and His people speaking to Him is loud and clear… “Lord, we sing to You a new song”.

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A prophetic song sung spontaneously by Debbie Cuda in 1991 at The Love Church during a Sunday Morning Worship Service. A strong word of encouragement from the heart of Father God concerning the power of Christ that is in us.

The songs, exhortations, and prophecies in this series of podcasts were birthed spontanously during worship at The Love Church between July 1990 and August 1993. The recording and mixes vary in quality, but the message of God speaking through His people and His people speaking to Him is loud and clear… “Lord, we sing to You a new song”.
Download and listen to the mp3