The pivotal point on which the spiritual power of God turns is our willingness to lie in the dust in apparent failure. Like Esther, who said, “If I perish, I perish,” we succeed with God when we commit to obey Him even if it means we die. Jesus called this “pruning” and promised we would bear fruit. Have you consciously and painfully consented to apparent failure for the sake of Jesus? Are you believing God for revival power now?