Evangelist Lindy Ann Hopley shared some common schemes of the enemy and areas of repentance that have been coming up for students during the Asbury Revival.
Lindy Ann Hopley
Lindy Ann is an evangelist and the founder of Beautiful Witness Ministries. She recently served at the altar at Asbury University praying and ministering to students.
“They’ve just opened up the door for the young people. Gen Z is filling in right now in this place and it’s ready to explode,” she said in a video uploaded on her Instagram account.
In the video, students are seen filling up the auditorium for an evening session at the Asbury Revival. Since Monday, evening services have been exclusively for students and the youth. However, afternoon services are still available for anyone who wanted to experience the revival.
The common things that students have been repenting for during the revival meetings are their addiction to pornography and their tech gadgets. There are also a lot of young people who have been struggling with their mental health. The younger generation has been opening up with their struggles and returning to Jesus. This is what a revival really is – hearts being brought back to life in Christ.
“We’ve been seeing on the altar a lot of repentance on pornography, addiction to screen time, a lot of anxiety and depression, suicidal thoughts, it’s just raw and real… Satan’s been offering what he’s been offering in this time, but everyone wants Jesus,” Lindy said.
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Lindy Ann ended her video to ask for prayer for what the Holy Spirit has been doing in hearts of the younger generation. She also asked for prayers that this revival would break out into the world.
“The day we were created we want Jesus. Bless you. Enjoy Asbury Revival. Keep praying for what’s God doing here and that He’ll extend all around the world and He’s already started.
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Reference: Instagram | lindyann_hopley
Header Image: Morgan, Fiona (Photographer). (2023). Asbury Revival [Photograph], Retrieved February 24, 2023, from: https://religionnews.com/2023/02/20/citing-disruptions-to-school-and-town-asbury-authorities-move-to-end-11-days-of-revival/