Challenging Christians to love and serve Christ...
Dan Revoir is a living answer to prayer. While recovering from heart surgery and a serious accident, Dan was stricken with severe pancreatitis. He was hospitalized for ten months, the first three in the Intensive Care Unit, and had major surgery three times. All hope seemed gone. He was not expected to live. But God had other plans!
His testimony will encourage your heart toward God's faithfulness. God has taught him the meaning of 2 Corinthians 2:14, "Now thanks be unto God, who always causeth us to triumph in Christ, and maketh manifest the savor of his knowledge by us in every place."
Dan's desire is to share comfort and hope with others from what he has learned through suffering and His relationship with God. In this book, he also shares a message of revival of the soul, spiritual commitment (and maybe re-commitment for those who feel as though God is removed from their suffering), and a love for the Lord Jesus Christ that the Holy Spirit can use to impart faith to others who may be struggling greatly in their love for Jesus Christ.
Dan is presently serving with the Independent Bible Missions, Comstock Park, MI as their Pastor at Large. His background as a youth pastor and senior pastor combined with the experience of suffering distinctly qualifies him for a ministry to challenge God's people.
His messages are:
Dan Revoir emphatically states he does not have the gift of healing! But he feels that he has the gift of counseling (helping people) and the gift of discernment. As he talks to people he senses depression and abuse issues; also demonic attacks, enabling him to pray with wisdom.
When praying he seeks God's will and the leading of the Holy Spirit, usually with tears! When asked how he prays, his response is 'I pray God's Word back to Him.' Examples are: Numbers 23:19 'God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent. Hath he said and shall he not do it? Or hath he spoken and shall he not make it good?'
You see God is bound to His own Word. Psalms 138:2 tells us that God magnifies His Word above all His name. His Word is the most important thing in the universe.
Before you consider contacting him you must answer these three questions.
1. Are you truly born again? Have you asked the Lord Jesus Christ into your heart and life?
2. Are you attending a Bible-believing, preaching church?
3. Have you called for the elders of your church to come and anoint you with oil and pray for you? James 5:14 ' 16
Dan's email address is: email@example.com
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