Last week The Gateway Pundit reported that a revival had begun at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky.
The revival began on February 8th when a group of students did not skip their usual Wednesday chapel service but stayed after the service and spent time in repentance and praising God.
Now 11 days later, the chapel service is still going with no signs of slowing down.
The revival attracted thousands of people from all over the world and the auditorium where the revival services were being held was completely filled with thousands of people waiting in line for hours to attend the services.
Over 5000+ people showed up for the Asbury Revival pic.twitter.com/9bnnjl0MJp
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePress) February 18, 2023
Asbury Day 11
More than 10,000 people lined up in the auditorium, crowding the lawn outside and joining the flow venue.
Incredible view. pic.twitter.com/LgbRxvKGA0
— Jon Root (@JonnyRoot_) February 18, 2023
God’s presence has even led some people to repent on their knees and praise God as they wait in line.
#asburyrevival up to date
This was the scene yesterday. People confess and repent on their knees
As soon as I saw this clip I thought, what do I need to repent?
Be an active participant in the revival and not a casual critical observer
— DrMalachi.eth – (Dr. Run) – Marathon Daily (@malachiobrien) February 19, 2023
Fox News host Tucker Carlson was taking his crew to Wilmore, Kentucky to report on the events there, but Asbury faculty told the Fox News host that although they liked his show, they said it was best if he didn’t bring TV cameras because the revival happening was purely spiritual. And not political.
Carlson was not upset by Asbury University’s decision but said he “deeply respects” the decision.
Here is the money segment:
I got chills watching it.
Tucker Carlson: Asbury University asked us not to cover the student-led revival 🔥 pic.twitter.com/rTvLcdo1N4
— Caleb Parke (@calebparke) February 18, 2023