INTRO: I want to end this series with one message on revival. Let me first say what I mean by revival. I am talking about revival when a person has become a Christian and over time sin has entered, sometimes knowingly and sometimes unawares. And it has drained the spiritual life of vitality. For those who may be familiar with some of the special meetings held once or twice a year where people got hyped up and a week or so later things were back to normal, that is not what I mean by revival. Revival of the spiritual life has to do with sin being exposed and dealt with by repentance and confession. What I am talking about are meetings where people meet God over hidden sins in their lives, and they repent and confess and there is sweet rejoicing. I also add this point on revival to seek to give us a hunger for revival and to see that true revival does sometimes happen. And there is a very close connection between repentance and revival. There is no revival where there is no repentance. Some of us may be in need of personal revival. Beyond all doubt, revival is needed all across the globe in Christian churches. I have suggested the possibility that this present pandemic may be God's way of seeking to get the attention of the Church of our day.