Monday, January 7, 2008

America becoming more charismatic

Chris Ortiz has added a most interesting post on his blog. We have very similar spiritual journeys, and I can say a hearty amen to his analysis:

What the Barna statistics reveal is that this (charismatic) movement is not dissipating, and what it needs most now is what we (Reformed) have to share with them. If they embrace it, as I have, we could possibly witness the greatest revival in Western civilization.

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Wm Mallory said...

Yea, I agree. He hits the nail on the head. Interesting, we were having this conversation at Saturday breakfast.

srhoyle said...

Yeah, i thought about that too. i wondered if Chris was lurking in St

Anonymous said...

Are there people spying on the Reformed I'm just guessing on the situation, because I wasn't there, but Jehovah's Witness elders do lurk on their

Wm Mallory said...

lurk - /l…úrk/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[lurk] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–verb (used without object)

1. to lie or wait in concealment, as a person in ambush; remain in or around a place secretly or furtively.

Wm Mallory said...

Wait, theres more!!!

2. to go furtively; slink; steal.
3. to exist unperceived or unsuspected.
4. Chiefly Computers. to read or observe an ongoing discussion without participating in it, as in an Internet newsgroup.
–noun Australian Informal. 5. an underhand scheme; dodge.
6. an easy, somewhat lazy or unethical way of earning a living, performing a task, etc.
7. a hideout.

This is good stuff...Ken

(I was Lurking around the dictionary tonight.)

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I looked it also...lurk. lol :P