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Apr 25, 2016 by Will Maule

Revival Breaks Out In West Virginia School And Surrounding Towns

Reports are flooding in of a spiritual revival in West Virginia. It began in the schools, but for the last several nights, the large sports complex known as the Field House in Williamson, West Virginia, has been packed with people of all ages crying out for God, reports CBN.

At a recent gathering, one person prayed, "That  you would enter our hearts God, and touch every family associated with my school, Lord. You're going to break the chains." Another girl prayed "This will only spread and no matter where people go, we will share it with the world, God." Hundreds of people are reportedly giving their lives to Jesus, and the majority of them are students. Pastor Mitch Bias of Church of God in Delbarton says that this is as a result of prayer and desperation.


"It's a climatic time," he said. "I think the many years of creating a spiritual vacuum inside of kids by not teaching them the true reality that there's a destiny in God -- time plus chance, plus matter has produced a vacuum on the inside," he said. He continued "I think when they hear a message of hope it really speaks to them because they're kind of hanging in a spiritual limbo. And they press into it quickly to take it 'cause they know that's the truth."

The revival meetings will continue in Mingo County next week and possibly longer if it continues to grow.



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