Archive for July, 2014

I am scheduled to fly into Liberia on Friday to preach revival there for the next three weeks. I’m sure you’ve heard of the Ebola outbreak that is raging there. At this time, I am going. We are called as ministers of the Cross to go into areas of trouble, not run from it. God has delivered me from several serious dangerous situations and He is well able to keep on doing what He has always done with me in the past.

That being said, the Lord does call us to bind together with the Body of Christ in prayer – not the superficial prayers that we casually pop out from time to time, but the prayers of the serious and those desperate for an answer from God. Those are the ones that move God. And those are the ones I am asking for as I venture into a place that is desperate for revival and that now more than ever needs to see a testimony of faith and hope.

This may be the greatest opportunity we have had in a long time to show that testimony to a generation that has only seen an empty faith, a superficial message of prosperity and blessings, and a gospel that has no power, no miracles, and no substance.

This may be our greatest hour. Let us bind together for a victory that will be so great that we’ll talk about it for thousands of years.

I will write more to keep you updated as things develop.

Brother Dale

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Jeremiah had the same message for the church then as it is for today. Same religious apostasy; same message; same reaction.

We just don’t hear what we don’t want to hear.


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Faith and Fear of God go together like a pair of pants; you can’t go anywhere with just one leg. But alone, they will not bring revival. There has to be inspiration.
How do you inspire the Church? How do you create a vision in them? How did the great men of God in the Bible do it? What do we need to set us on fire to pursue that great vision of revival?

Listen to another 12 minute broadcast by Brother Dale:


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It was just a matter of days … days!  And as soon as Moses was gone for more than a week, the children of Israel found a “golden” opportunity to fashion their own religion.

Think they were dumb?  Isn’t that what we do in our grand, modern churches today?

Here’s a short message about it:       clickheretolisten1


Brother Dale


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The difference between faith and presumption is the difference of whether or not God will move for you. Faith is action; presumption is sin.

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Brother Dale,

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Desperate for Revival

Are you going to church expecting something, but nothing is happening?

Until Holy Spirit conviction begins to drive us to our knees in corporate repentance, nothing supernatural is going to happen to us.  You need to be desperate in order for revival to break out.

Listen to this broadcast delivered back in 2001 that describes our church experience today perfectly: 



Brother Dale, dale@revivalfire.org



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Here’s a broadcast that would be great for the churches out there today.

Are you trying all kinds of stuff, programs, new ideas, fun activities and whatever other stupid things that occur to you in your desperation to breathe life back into your stuffy ol’ church?  Wonder why all that stuff is not working?

Maybe you’re not broken.

A Place of Brokeness

Here’s another one:

Cain, Baalam, and Korah – the Unholy Trinity that you find in every church.  Balaam was the first prosperity preacher, Cain didn’t recognize how horrible sin was, and Korah despised dominion.

Cain, Balaam, & Korah




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