In our age of increasingly popular social media it’s not uncommon to come across videos in which people claim they are changing the world. I stumbled upon one such video on YouTube recently and was intrigued by the title of the film, ‘The Last Reformation’.
I have recently been reading about the 16th century Protestant Reformation that was so significant in the history of Christianity which is partly why the title of this film intrigued me. But the title of the movie is speaking of a present day Reformation, with the people behind the film arguing for a return to the kind of Christianity we see in the Book of Acts.
This film is amazing and has really rocked my world, and I’m pretty sure it will rock yours too if you give it a chance. The film demonstrates the amazing supernatural power of the name of Jesus and depicts a truly wonderful movement of God. Expect to see supernatural healing, the casting out of demons, baptisms in abundance, and the Holy Spirit moving in other miraculous ways.
I was overwhelmed by the move of God depicted in this film and it touched me, inspired me, and unsettled me. The film raised difficult questions in my mind, and caused me to question why I am not taking to the streets with the gospel and asking God to use me to bring about the deliverance of many souls. It has really focused my mind on the importance of living the gospel, and not just learning about it in an academic way (though I maintain this is important too).
After watching The Last Reformation I ordered a load of DVDs of the film, which I plan to give away. If you would like a copy, please contact me. Alternatively, I have embedded the movie below. Please leave your thoughts in the comments and if you feel challenged by the film rest assured you are not alone. Let’s talk about it. God bless.