"Now to him that is of power to stablish you ... to God only wise, be glory through Jesus Christ for ever. Amen" (Romans 16:25, 27)
The man that will have God's best becomes at once the object of the personal attention of the Holy Spirit. Such a man will not be required to wait for the rest of the church to come alive. He will not be penalized for the failures of his fellow Christians, nor be asked to forgo the blessing till his sleepy brethren catch up.
God deals with the individual heart as exclusively as if only one existed.
If this should seem to be an unduly individualistic approach to revival, let it be remembered that religion is personal before it can be social.
The plain Christian of today must experience personal revival before he can hope to bring renewed spiritual life to his church.
It is a matter for the solitary heart.
It is certainly not speculative that God is able to manifest Himself most in the lives of those who passionately love Him (John 14:21). And He will do that.
~A. W. Tozer~