I spent the first two months of the year reading five books on the life and ministry of William Branham. I’m currently wrapping up another read on God’s Generals by Roberts Liardon, covering a dozen revivalists of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. And what I’ve read puzzles me.
Why are we in the 21st century squandering our time living less than miracle-laden lives? People like Kathryn Kuhlman, Maria Woodworth Etter, and John Dewey collectively have shown millions around the earth the reality of God’s mercy and His power to heal. But why aren’t we living disciples?