I have written this book not only for you to have a Working Knowledge Of God’s Greatest Generals, but also for you to look deeply within your own soul and your own lifestyle. Many of you are saying “all is well”—but all is not well. Some of you have opened the gates of your eyes, your ears, and your heart to other voices that have reasoned you out of your call and out of your purpose in life. Other noises have grown so loud in your life that you can no longer hear the calling voice of God to come out of lethargy and out of darkness. You’ve become drugged by the sounds of the times, so numbed that you can’t hear the voice of God calling to this generation. Do you hear what He’s saying?
Let me say again, very strongly, that our societies and our nations are crying and begging for reform. The stand that was taken by so many past generations isn’t enough for the troubles that are surfacing in our day. They’ve shown us how to live, but now they have passed the torch; we have the baton.
Roberts Liardon tells us that we must shake ourselves and stop feeding on the wrong source of spiritual nourishment, the wrong type of false hope, and the wrong pursuit of material things. The road that is great before God has the most resistance upon it. You’ll never find greatness in the things of God without a battle, you’ll never find change without confrontation, and you’ll never find a new generation unless you learn to preach it, to shout it, and to live like it’s already here.
As I write this book, there is no single nation that is leading the world in a reformation move of God. We’ve all had outpourings. We were visited by God, but no one carries a habitation from heaven.
Roberts Liardon tells us that what our nations need is reformation. This kind of reformation occurs when we each agree to live with Him here on this earth, continually paying the price to keep Him first.