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RBTC Student Revival Day 6

Bible College Student Orientation and Revival//Kenneth W. Hagin

"Many are the plans in a man's heart, but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails" (Prov. 19:21 NIV 1984). On the last day of the RBTC 2012 Student Revival, Kenneth W. Hagin began at that verse and exhorted students to follow God's plans for their lives. Even though they might not understand some steps along the way, he said, they'll be blessed richly if they'll submit their will to His.

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RBTC Student Revival Day 5

Bible College Student Orientation and Revival//Bill Ray

"You are not here by accident. You are here with a purpose and a destiny," said Bill Ray as he exhorted the RBTC students on Day 5 of the Student Revival. "The fact is," he continued, "God is raising up a divine army. God wants to reconcile the world to Himself, and you have a part to play."

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RBTC Student Revival Day 3

Bible College Student Orientation and Revival//Kenneth W. Hagin

Hundreds of Rhema Bible Training College students stood in front of the altar with their hands lifted and singing "I give myself away, so you can use me." It was their commitment—no matter the cost—to take the baton of revival to their generation.

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RBTC Student Revival Day 4

Bible College Student Orientation and Revival

//Craig Hagin

On Day 4 of the Student Revival, Craig W. Hagin told the students that "it's time to quit trying." He explained that as long as we're trying to do things our way or in our own strength, God is not able to shine through us. We need to learn to do things His way and in His strength. So often we limit God because of what we believe and the way we think. We need to get "out of our minds and into God's mind."

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RBTC Student Revival Day 2

Bible College Student Orientation and Revival//Dean Tad Gregurich

"How do you make the honor roll at Rhema Bible Training College?" Dean Tad Gregurich asked the students. "By honoring God." The dean kept up Student Revival momentum Monday morning by emphasizing the importance of giving God first place while in school.

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