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Give Him No Rest: A Call to Prayer for Revival (Hulse) Erroll Hulse Collection

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Today the church is weak and struggling. Even though she has advanced into more places and nations than ever before, she faces defeat in many ways and is often inept, divided and feeble. Nothing less than the powerful work of the Holy Spirit on a massive scale will meet the desperate spiritual poverty of our age. Only heaven-sent revival can reverse the situation and turn the tide of defeat into victory.

This book is an urgent call to prayer that God would send again in our day true revival and powerful spiritual awakening on a worldwide scale. The author shows from Scripture and from the history of the church through the ages, right up to the present day, how closely revival is linked to the prayers of God's people. He urges churches and individuals to unite together regularly and to earnestly seek God and to 'give him no rest' until he pours out his blessing on his church and makes her 'the praise of the earth', as foretold by Isaiah.


Errol Hulse (1931-2017) was born in South Africa, graduated in architecture, and later studied at London Bible College. In 1957 he co-founded The Banner of Truth with Iain H. Murray. He was the founding editor of Reformation Today and was pastor of Cuckfield Baptist Church from 1962-1984. After that, he was primarily engaged in worldwide ministry, preaching at conferences and in churches in Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa. He wrote many books, including Give Him No Rest: A Call to Prayer for Revival, Introduction to the Baptists, Testimony of Baptism, and Who Are the Puritans?


"In our day of deep moral confusion, political chaos, and significant ecclesial declension in the West, our churches' great and fundamental need is genuine revival. Only God can revive us. But we can do this one thing: cry out to him corporately and importuantely. In this regard, Erroll Hulse's study of prayer and revival is both a must read and a must guide. Highly recommended." -Michael Haykin, Chair and Professor of Church History, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

"Some people scorn revival as religious fanaticism and others think they can manufacture revival by the right techniques. But Erroll Hulse has reminded us that revival is a glorious visitation of God to His people, which no one can control but all Christians should earnestly seek in their prayers both individually and corporately. The reprinting of this important, convicting yet encouraging, easy-to-read book is needed now even more than when it was first published." -Dr. Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan and co-author of "A Radical Comprehensive Call to Holiness