“The lectures of Charles Finney on Revival constitute probably the most exhaustive treatment of the subject that can be found. The lectures were the result of intense study, both of the Bible and of human need, by a man of lofty spirituality and distinguished as evangelist, pastor and theologian. “In this book an attempt has been made to gather the main points from the large amount of material available, in order to provide a handbook for those Christian workers who would learn the simple principles which govern the promise of Revival. “It is taken for granted that God’s blessing will come in His own way and in His own good time, but Finney shows that the scriptures have made it plain that blessing follows when certain conditions are fulfilled in the hearts and lives of men.” — E.E. SHELHAMER Charles Finney Charles Grandison Finney was pre-eminently the nineteenth-century apostle of Revival. It is estimated that over 250,000 souls were converted as the result of his preaching. For 40 years he was the Principal of Oberlin College.