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02/17/24 Gathering: Re-digging the Wells

Guest Speaker

Prophet Gordon Hofer, Healing the Heartache of the Nations Ministries

Redig the Wells of Revival


Confirming the current teachings at The Champion’s House, Prophet Gordon Hofer began exhorting the church to remain faithful to God. He said, “Faithfulness to God is powerful because when we are faithful to God the devil doesn’t know what to do with you.” Faithfulness looks like discipline and consistency, and it is through discipline and consistency that we are more than conquerors. 

Revival will come to those who have prepared – those who have re-dug their wells.

Genesis 26:15 - Now the Philistines had stopped up all the wells which his father’s servants had dug in the days of Abraham his father, and they had filled them with earth (NKJV).

We each have a personal well. It is our job to protect our well from being stopped up. Bad news, life’s circumstances, doubt, fears…all of these can stop up your wells. Also, religion, tradition, stubbornness, and anger stop the well of revival. God says to re-dig the wells.

Remember: God is faithful, and we have His faithfulness!

Numbers 21:17 - Then Israel sang this song: Spring up, O well! All of you sing to it (NKJV).

The example of a lake versus a river:

The lake is smooth and beautiful. It is scenic but rather unchanging. It is wonderful to sit by the lake and enjoy its beauty, but over time this activity would become, well...boring. Religion and tradition are like lakes. They are the enemy of revival.

Unlike the lake, the river is rushing, always moving so it changes. It is an exciting new experience every time it is visited.

Our lives and our churches should be like rivers – we should have new and exciting experiences with Jesus every day.

Remember: The Power of God helps us to stay saved!

Isaiah 12:2-3 - Surely God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid. The Lord, the Lord himself, is my strength and my defense he has become my salvation.” With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation.

The Lord is our strength and song, so with joy, we can drink from the wells of salvation. God is faithful to save! Re-dig the well – remember the faithfulness of God. Watch your well. Be watchers of the Church well. Beat off the wolves (those who seek to poison the well).

How to keep your well clean:

Do not feel sorry for your situation. Make declarations with the Word of the Lord over your situations. Do not be disheartened. God always has the last word.

For revival to come we must clean the well.  Hungry and thirsty people are coming to the house of God. A fatherless generation is ready to meet our Father in Heaven.

John 7:37 – 38 - On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.”

They will come with a yearning to be taught. Are we ready?



- Speak to the dark cloud/adversary (declare the word of God)

- Don’t wish for “the good ol’ days,” but instead expect a new glory.

- Declare “The Lord is doing a fresh and new thing.”

- Pray “Help us recognize the new way.”

- When they come, invite them into your homes.


Words to Consider:

At the beginning of the service, Gordon Hofer shared his testimony. He shared his response of disbelief to the Lord’s invitation: “God, you want me?”

How many will come with this same thought in their heart?


Be Reminded:

2/10/24 Corporate Word of the Lord: 

The LORD then gave a sobering word for every ear that hears to hear: “You need to muzzle your mouth because you will be judged for idle word.”

It was a reminder to be mindful of our words. There is a healthy fear of the LORD where we can celebrate our salvation in Jesus, but also honor and recognize His holiness.


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