There are times when something happens and I have to refer to history. Only last week, my former history teacher at school died, and something else totally unrelated happened that made me turn to that period of history away back in the 16th Century. When things were really bad in the 16th Century, Martin Luther pinned ninety five theses to a church door in Germany and the resulting debate brought forth what we call the Reformation. Martin Luther was challenging basic errors and perhaps that is something we need to do more vociferously today. We have an amazing access to the Word of God in these days, with so many translations and most of them very good, but we hear that there has been a decrease and decline in the reading of the Word of God. When the Holy Spirit touches truth, just as He did in the 16th Century, reformation and renewal and revival can explode across the world.