Another kind of religious leader must rise among us. When he comes he will stand in flat contradiction to everything our smirking, smooth civilization holds dear. He will contradict, denounce and protest in the name of God and will earn the hatred and opposition of a large segment of Christendom. Such a man is likely to be lean, rugged, blunt-spoken and a little bit angry with the world. He will love Christ and the souls of men to th3e point of willingness to die for the glory of the one and the salvation of the other. We need to have the gifts of the Spirit restored again to the church, and it is my belief that the one gift we need the most now is the gift of prophesy. A. W. Tozer