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I’ve heard it prophesied that revival is going to begin in our youth. I went through a season a few years ago when every time I would hear this word I would weep uncontrollably, but I had no idea why. Something was stirring in my heart that my head had yet to comprehend. Then the Lord spoke to me. He said that revival is not coming from the youth; revival is coming from one big generation—old, young, and middle-aged. He gave me a mental picture of a father with two daughters. The father said to one daughter, “You’re beautiful,” and said nothing to the second. The scene changed and repeated two more times. The Lord said to me, “Omission is powerful. When you say ‘Revival is coming to the youth,’ you’re sending a message to my older and middle-aged people.” Then the Lord asked me, “What generation does your culture honor? In modern culture, people fight to be and look young.” He proceeded to ask, “What generation does my Bible honor?” He reminded me of Psalm 133, and that the anointing starts from the top of Aaron’s head and flows downhill.