I have to tell you one more thing that happen that week. My friend, Coy, ask the old camp preacher if he would consider preaching on "repentance." The response by this preacher was,"Son, I haven't preached on repentance in years." Well, we went back to our cabin and we got down on our knees again and ask God to change this old preachers heart. The last night of the camp, Thursday night we were gathered together and when the preacher got up to preach he said that God had change his subject and he was going to preach on "repentance." He did just that and then an invitation was given. When it was given young people and sponsors flooded the front of the pavilion we were gathered. My young people didn't go down front because they had already been dealt with by the Holy Spirit. I told them to get down there and start praying for these who were making decisions. I also looked around and I ddin't see the old preacher. I then found him, behind the pulpit himself weeping heavily, and you could hear him," Jesus forgive me, forgive me." Revival had truly come that week to camp.
What we Learned on Sunday? Insights, ideas and Inspiration