About Reclaiming the Land
It doesn’t take the most spiritually discerning person among us to see that we stand in desperate need of revival within our land. We see churches in drastic decline which leads to moral decay and opens wide the door for the devourer to enter in and destroy our families and community.
The sole purpose of this book is to see the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ rise to its full potential and calling by seeking the face of God and seeing this land reclaimed in the name and for the glory of Jesus Christ.
In Reclaiming the Land Pastor Rusty Kuhn has clearly outlined God’s formula for revival that God has given in II Chronicles 7:14. Reclaiming the Land unfolds the biblical principles that if you plan and promote your agenda bestowing glory and honor upon yourself rather than Jesus the hand of God’s blessings will not fall.
However, as demonstrated in this book through the principles of God’s Word if we choose to pursue God’s way for His glory, His promise will be kept, “then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
Excerpts from the Introduction
For the past several years, God has given me the burden to write this study. He has given me a burden for seeing revival in our land and in our time, which is the purpose of this study. Not a week of meetings that soon is forgotten or isolated movements that soon fade, but a mighty moving of God’s powerful hand that spreads throughout the land capturing the glory of His splendor.
Through my studies, I am fully convinced that God desires to move mightily upon the land. Jesus said in Mathew 5:15, “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.” God wants His glory to be seen. So what is the problem you might ask? We are. We have become so obsessed with “us” that we have not allowed God to be seen through us. We glory in the works and wisdom of man rather than standing in awe of the greatness of God. God’s heart is that His glory is seen by the world through us. However, we must get “us” out of the way.
Volumes of books could be written about the problems our churches are facing. Even the most spiritually blind can see them. However, this is not the purpose of this study.
This study is about seeking the solution. In this study we will take a close look at II Chronicles 7:14 along with its biblical context.