During the days of the American Revolution, Thomas Jefferson used these words to encourage a Colonial population weary of the fight against the tyranny of Great Britain: “Our cause is just.Our union is perfect. Our internal resources aregreat.” If those words could stir a war-wearynation to defeat their enemy in battle, howshould we respond to a similar challenge in the Apostolic church of the twenty-first century? I am constrained by the Holy Ghost to tell this great Ohio District that our cause is righteous! Our unity is being healed and strengthened day by day! Our eternal resources are great!
No weapon formed against you can prosper.If you are part of a rural church or part of anurban church, revival is coming. The cause of sixand a half million lost souls calls to us, and thecause of the kingdom compels us to lay aside every weight and run for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.
There is a cause!«