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A harvest is waiting for the true revolution of occupiers to trigger the greatest movements in history in the midst of a season of shifting, shaking and sifting around the world.The potential for the greatest people’s movement which the world is yet to see lies in the four words of a revolutionary, “Occupy till I come.” Without a revolution of faith in action, Christians compose of a religion without revival. An occupier is one who acts and not professes alone. Religion, for the most part, is built like a Roman road; if it is not leading to Rome, it comes from Rome–in the tradition of Roman church. A self-organizing people’s approach is not the religious route but close enough to how its founder intended it to be–a revolution. As little as one person or beyond twelve persons can equally apply the principles in this book and prosper in this season.
The people’s movement Nehemiah and Ezra organized did not start out with the power of money or numbers. The author proves that with the amount of access to wisdom and technology there has been no better time like now to organize a revolution. The most difficult part seems to be simply to stick to the Master’s plan. The micro organization approach is built on the quality of each individual than on the strength of numbers. A “doer” of any size or kind can be part of this movement that lasts an eternity.
The recent Occupy Movement had its roots in organizing people through a democratic approach and built on numbers to make the opinions heard loud. The people’s movement of organizing is not new. It goes back further than the French Revolution. The Tower of Babel was one of the first people’s movements in history. It was well-organized, however ended up unsuccessful. Fast forwarding to the present day, the connectivity and communication in the recent decade and social media has helped people organize at an unparalleled rate. Although a solid cause is debatable, a stimulating cause is pertinent to the success of any movement among many other supporting factors. If a radical movement is built ignoring the strong personal spiritual foundation of its members, its power is abused, and people suffer instead of prospering.
bound: 204 pages
publisher: Pronoun (March 10, 2017)
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